MERGER & ACQUISITION:
Package to conduct merger & acquisition (M&A) deals. Such package starts with due diligence and valuation for the firm to be acquired, conduct negotiations about the deal terms, procure financing at best terms and ultimately close the deal.
Our approach for Business Valuation comprises of four key components; Business Strategy Analysis, Accounting Analysis, Financial Analyses, and Prospective Analysis. Business strategy analysis and accounting analysis provide a basis to the other analyses. Various valuation approaches are employed which include discounted cash flow models and accounting-based valuation models. We implement our approach in light of The International Valuation Standards “IVSs”, and other valuation standards such as USPAP
Our distinctive approach includes project risk into the analysis by examining the required rate of return for such project and compares such rate with the estimated internal rate of return to determine the feasibility of the project. Such approach takes the opportunity cost concept into consideration.
We engineer solutions to assist financial decision-making of our clients. We design, develop, and implement innovative financial instruments and processes and formulate innovative solutions to financial decision-making problems.
is the process by which a company’s existence is brought to an end. We are very well capable of conducting the liquidation process, which involves collecting and realizing the company’s assets (turning them into cash), discharging the company’s liabilities, and distributing any funds left over among the stakeholders in accordance with the company’s constitution.
We conduct due diligence as a safety net to shareholders’ value. That is, by conducting due diligence, we can affirm that the M&A deal will create value to the acquirer. To make such affirmation, we take into consideration four actions in our due diligence process: (1) confirming the strategy and the transaction’s corresponding fit, (2) verifying that operations and assets are as represented, (3) determining whether the business plan has feasibility, and (4) evaluating opportunities to improve the strategy’s execution. Thorough due diligence involves far more than analyzing financial statements.