Banks are still reluctant to lend, so you will have to fall back on the company’s own resources more. Are you making the best possible use of those resources? Is your current financing structure one that is best suited to your business? Are you operating in an industry with high demands on working capital? Are you still able to meet your obligations to the bank?
Cash management is the optimum use of liquid resources in a company, such as debtors, creditors and stock. A good financing structure provides details of cash flows and long and short-term finance requirements. That begins with well-documented, preferably weekly, cash flow forecasts. The financing structure is based on a model of, for instance, planned investments and disposals.
We analyse your cash management and financing structure with a view to creating more financial scope for the business, allowing you to spend your valuable time on the business itself so your company is soon back on top form.
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