Advisory and consulting

We leverage our knowledge and skills to provide to you the following services:

Corporate Financial Reporting

Corporate financial reporting is the process of generating financial reports for an entity. These financial reports are income statement, balance sheet, cash flow statement and other specific reports based on the type and needs of an entity.

We can design the financial reports and implement a system of financial reporting to reflect frequency and business needs of your business.

Cash flow management

Cash flow management is the process of tracking cash inflows and outflows. This helps you predict how much money will be available or be in shortage to your business in the future i.e. its financial liquidity position. Cash flow management is keeping track of this flow and analysing any changes to the predicted results.

Cash flow management is an essential tool of controlling your business making sure the business has enough funds to pay its loan commitments, employees, suppliers, its shareholders for the dividends, as well as making new investments.

Feasibility studies

A feasibility study is an assessment of a proposed plan or method. Feasibility studies can be used in many ways, but their primary focus is on proposed business ventures. A feasibility study contains a detailed analysis of what’s needed to complete a proposed venture including income, expenses, capital, and other investments, as well as the sources of financing and capital. The detailed analysis will also provide to you the ‘break-even point’ of the venture.

Having vast business experience, we can provide feasibility studies which can assist owners and management to make informed decisions for a project.

Budgeting and forecasting

Budgeting is the process of calculating the expected revenue or expenditure which a business wants to achieve for a future period, whereas financial forecasting estimates the revenue or expenditure which could be achieved in a future period. The difference between a budget and a forecast is that a budget sets out the plan for the business goals, whereas a forecast states its actual expectations for results, usually in a much more summarised format.

We can create the budget or forecast for your business which can help your business look into the future, as well as using these insights as a tool for controlling your business.