Financial Advisory Services
Having a defined action plan supported by financial tools is one of the strategies that large companies are using to continue growing, this important work is carried out by a consultant or a financial department, but having a financial consultancy is also possible for the small and medium-sized company, our philosophy is to facilitate access to financial services accompanied by a professional advisor, who helps you draw up a plan to meet the objectives of your projects, without incurring higher costs that would entail omitting the implicit risks of these.
Constantly control your operation through budgets and indicators, know your cash needs in advance and periodically, obtaining the best financial structure that allows you most profitability, mitigate the risks associated with your operation, and know the impact of unforeseen events by through a financial model of your business.
Not only is the monetary control, but also the performance of the activities planned for each of the areas, another important factor is that it provides us with a guide that determines the cash needs, facilitating investment or financing activities with a view to sustained growth. Finally, it facilitates the evaluation and performance of each of the areas of the company.
A financial model provides us in general with the financial structure of a business, based on the behavior presented before against some parameters that we define, these models increase their complexity when macroeconomic assumptions such as inflation, devaluation of exchange rates, behaviors are added of the interest rate, etc. Also the assumptions at the company level such as prices, discounts, discounts, estimated collections, and those essential business factors. Given that it is based on estimates of variables that affect the business, the usual practice is to rely on different scenarios to make decisions, the usefulness of a financial model is that it presents us with agility the impact on the financial statements, capital structure, cash flow, and other general indicators, of the decisions in the assumptions, which are the input that feeds the model.