Based upon the financial benchmark we have developed based upon the information provided from the management, owners, and advisors. We will start mapping out potential credit providers, including services such as factoring. We will do so by comparing the provider’s requirements and how the company aligned with those requirements and what resources the company has to fulfill eventually missing company traits. At his point, we will know how and how much credit that is and can be available for the company and which investments that has to be done in the company to increase credit lines.
We will utilize the same benchmark and the same information and see what kind and which type of public finance available for the company. Public finance ranges from tax credits via direct cash injection and all the way to industrial and academic capital. There are strict requirements concerning public finance, but they can and will enable your company’s competitiveness and needs to be a practical part of any financial strategy. But here we will know what or which investment the company must do to comply with those requirements.
Private capital is another source of financing. The term private can be misleading because it includes institutional investments and has many different forms from direct investments, bonds, junk bonds, derivatives, syndications and so forth. We will use the information provides for us and compare it with the different sorts of private funding thereby providing the company with an investment roadmap to utilize the different types of private funding.
Now we can develop a financing strategy aligned with the company’s goals and ambitions. Meaning the right investments can be done to realize the maximum output of funding at any time. Hence keeping the necessary capital available for the company’s desired growth and investments on the way.