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Business Transformation

Changing the company’s strategy, culture, processes, technology, and operating model to increase efficiency, agility, and competitiveness in the market. The goal of business transformation is to create a more adaptive and resilient organization that is better positioned to respond to changing market conditions and customer needs.

Business Turnaround

Process of taking a struggling business and implementing strategies to improve its overall performance. It involves a comprehensive review of the business operations and finances, followed by developing and implementing strategies to improve the performance of the business. It often includes cost-cutting measures, strategic planning, restructuring, and other changes to help the business become profitable.

Financial Modelling

Developing Financial Forecast for 3~5 years with assumptions. Investors & management use the model to make decisions about the company's future, such as whether to pursue a particular investment opportunity or focus on organic growth. This helps improve decision-making, determine value, raise capital from potential investors, benchmark with peers, and increase visibility on financial performance

Cash Flow Planning

Process of forecasting and planning for the company's future cash flows. This involves projecting the company's expected income and expenses over a period to estimate the cash available for operations. Cashflow planning is important for any business as it helps ensure sufficient funds are available to cover operating costs, meet short-term obligations, manage liquidity, and invest in future growth opportunities.

Investment Strategies

Plans of action for businesses to achieve their financial goals. These strategies may involve investing in stocks, bonds, real estate, commodities, and other financial instruments. Businesses may also pursue strategies such as dividend stock buybacks, and other methods to increase their value and return on investment. The goal of these strategies is to maximize returns while minimizing risks.

Internal Controls

Process of assessing and implementing policies, procedures, processes, and systems to mitigate identified risks to help ensure the integrity accuracy, and effectiveness of financial information and to promote effective and efficient operations. Internal control systems are designed to safeguard assets, reduce errors, and ensure compliance with laws, regulations, and policies. 

Mergers & Acquisitions

Corporate transactions in which two companies combine their businesses to create a new, larger entity or acquire another company to increase market share, create new products, enter new markets, and increase efficiency. The transactions are complex and involve a wide range of activities, including developing a strategy tailored to your business's specific needs, researching potential targets, negotiating deal terms, due diligence of operations and financials, and valuation.

Business Integration

Typically involves connecting different applications, databases, and systems and streamlining processes. It can involve the development of new software, the integration of existing systems, or the implementation of a comprehensive business integration platform. It is done to achieve a more efficient and effective workflow and is designed to reduce costs and maximize efficiency. 

Risk Management

The process of identifying, assessing, and controlling risks arising from operational factors and making decisions that balance risk costs with mission benefits. It is an organized approach to managing the uncertainty associated with achieving an organization’s objectives. Risk management includes identifying, assessing, and prioritizing risks, implementing measures to reduce or control the likelihood or impact of those risks, and monitoring the effectiveness of those measures.

Working Capital

Involves decisions regarding the size and composition of a company's current assets and liabilities and the financing of those assets. It aims to ensure that a company can meet its short-term obligations and still have sufficient resources to invest in its long-term growth.

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