The aim of the investment projects is to draw up a business plan that includes the analysis of technical and economic feasibility for a new entrepreneurship or the development of an existing one.
Some of the reasons in order to draw up an investment project includes:
Analyzing if a certain idea is feasible from the economic point of view
Analyzing how much profitable the entrepreneurship is
Develop financing strategies for an entrepreneurship aligned to the repay capacity.
Presenting the entrepreneurship to a possible investor in order to obtain financing
When facing various possible investments, invest in the most profitable option
Business valuation consists of estimating the economic value of a company. There are multiple reasons why to determine the value of a company:
Purchase-sale transactions, where the valuation is a reference value for the purchaser and the seller. From the point of view of the buyer, it can be thought as the maximum price to pay, while from the seller’s point of view, it will be the minimum price to accept.
Heritages and wills, in order to compare the value of the actions with other assets.
Strategic decisions for the business, such as how to continue with a business, sell, merge, buy other businesses, growth, etc.
Financing, for example through private investors in exchange for participation on the business.
Our focus is to determine the value through the deduction method of flow of funds, which considers the capacity of the company to generate funds for its owners.
Our services aims to perform a complete diagnosis of the economic and financial situation of the company, by using the information that is already drawn up: the financial statements. We count with tools and our own methodology that allows us to perform a detailed analysis of the situation of the company and answer many of the concerns for which businesses frequently cannot find the answer:
Is the economic and financial situation of the company healthy?
Is the level of debt excessive? In which things were the funds invested?
The structure for financing the business, is it the adequate?
Which is the operative break-even point?
Which are the most important clients of the company? Which clients have increased their volume of business and which have reduced it?
Internal control systems evaluation
By definition, the internal control is understood as the process that executes the administration with the aim of evaluating specific operations with reasonable assurance in three main areas: effectivity, operational efficiency, reliability of the financial information and compliance with policies, laws and rules.
In order to achieve this, it is necessary to evaluate and implement the control environment, perform the control, information and communication activities and the monitoring activities.
Information Technology Consulting
Which would be the consequences if key information was to be lost from your business? How would the organization be affected if non-authorized third parties had access to confidential information of your business? Have you estimated the cost for your business if there is a failure in the information systems for a period of time? Would you be able to continue with your operations?
We could provide the following services:
IT risk administration
Business continuity plans
Security information plan
External system audit
Internal audit is a control made by management which has the aim of measuring and evaluating the efficiency of business controls. It is designed to provide reasonable assurance over the objectives of the organization. In the last few years, the aim of the internal audit has considerably changed going from being a traditional audit orientated to the protection of business assets to an audit more orientated on risk control, focusing on increasing the value of the organization for the shareholders.
Money Laundering Prevention
Money laundering tries to hide and disguise the nature, origin, location, property or control of money and/or goods which were illegally obtained. It tries to introduce in the economy, assets of illicit origin, but turning them into seemingly legal, which allows criminal organizations to hide the illegal origin of its product without endangering the source. Businesses should try to avoid being used as a tool for money laundering.
Regulations state that the entities bound to inform the UIF are those who perform these activities:
Loans and pawns
Trade and antiques
Trade of jewelry, precious stones and metals, coins, works of art, postage stamps.
Construction and Real Estate
Sale and purchase of vehicles, vessels and aircrafts