Supported by highly qualified experts, ‘The Office’ offers a wide range of financial advisory services that covers the basic needs of most companies operating in different fields
1- Study proposals of external finance offered by financial institutions in order to help deciding the most appropriate structure that can help in generating higher returns & revenues, as well as protecting the company's assets.
2- Assess existing banks facilities and credit lines, in term of adequacy and sufficiency to cater for present & future business needs.
3- Review banks' statement of accounts to ensure that bank charges applied are within the approved pricing rates, to avoid exaggerated funding costs.
1- Analyze company's profitability, and assets management efficiency (Accounts receivable, inventory, accounts payable) and identify areas for improvement.
2- Analyze company's working capital, liquidity position and capital structure.
3- Prepare and produce periodic reports illustrating major financial ratios and explain their indication and impact.
4- Prepare and produce periodic sensitive financial reports, which include principals' accounts, and explain any variation / elevating risk factors.
5- Evaluate the company's financial performance and provide useful recommendations for enhancing weak financial ratios or indicators.
6- Provide guidance toward balancing the company's capital structure by fixing a ceiling for external finance and maintaining an appropriate leverage ratio.
7- Analyze and assess financial factors in feasibility study of a specific investment in order to identify business risks.
1- Prepare actual cash flow statements.
2- Determine the company's ability to pay back its debts on due dates.
3- Calculate the firm's debt capacity.
4- Help taking decision for keeping, or changing, or shifting the current funding plan and/or sales policy for the coming period in order to avoid any shortage/deficit in company's cash flow. Hence, improving the company's liquidity position.
5- Prepare forecasted cash flow statements.
6- Determine the financing required for the company's future growth.
7- Determine the upper & lower financing needs within specific period of time.
8- Recognize periods of cash surplus to allow best usage of cash.
9- Set up suitable amortization schedule for new loans.
10- Help in developing an appropriate funding plan for the operating obligations and investment projects.
1- Provide technical support and consultation regarding issues related to letters of credit and guarantees.
2- Provide opinion on 'Factoring' proposals.
3- Provide training courses to enhance technical knowledge of concerned personnel responsible for handling trade finance instruments such as commercial letters of credit, Bank guarantees and standby letters of credit.
1- Making comprehensive studies in order to recommend the necessary insurance coverage required for providing full protection to the company's assets and for securing its operations.
2- Reviewing existing insurance policies in order to provide a detailed report highlighting week points and unfavorable conditions. This is in addition to a complete set of recommendations for the required amendments that enhance the level of protection.
3- Following-up pending claims directly with the insurers, in such a way that accelerates the compensation procedures and speeds-up the due payment.
4- Studying reasons for rejected claims and establishing direct negotiations with insurers to enforce the conditions of the relative policy favorably based on solid technical justifications.
5- Acting as broker on behalf of the client, scanning the market, and obtaining best conditions at most reasonable and economic prices.