Realization of value creation (or avoidance of value destruction) is directly related to the quality of your business strategy. Sometimes companies are faced with a necessary or desired strategic change. This change can deeply affect the existing business and financing model. Examples include the relocation or consolidation of production sites, entry into an unknown foreign market, desire to roll out an aggressive growth scenario or to insource, outsource or even divest certain activities.
The cases in which we are mostly involved are:
- Fundability of strategy;
- Buy and build scenarios;
- Strategic restructuring;
- Value optimization.
While the most frequently asked questions to us are:
- How much and which means of funding are at my disposal to implement the strategy?
- What are the pros and cons and conditions to the various forms of financing?
- What can I do to reduce the funding need?
- What are the advantages and disadvantages of a large acquisition versus stringing beads (= series of small acquisitions)?
- Which opportunities exist to conduct (an) acquisition (s)?
- Which steps should I take when investigating acquisition opportunities?
- Which activities create and destroy value?
- Which measures can I take to create value?
- What are the consequences of a possible strategic restructuring?
- Which preparations should I take?
We assist entrepreneurs, management teams, shareholders and supervisory board members in asking the right questions, prioritizing choices with an eye for both the potential for value growth and the associated risks. Through scenario planning the most optimal - from an operational and financial perspective - alternative for you is mapped. This scenario may serve as a basis for attracting additional necessary funding.