Corporate Finance

Debt Equity Finance

Whether you are starting a new business or have an established business, an infusion of funds is always welcome. But what type of financing is best for your business? There are so many factors to consider--from the stage of your business, to how much it'll cost getting the money--that just choosing a path to follow can be overwhelming.

Deciding between equity financing and taking on a loan for your business is a challenge for all business owners when they need capital to expand a business.

To help you get your head around the different ways you can finance the growth of your business, we provide funding advisory services for range of requirements; starting from assessment of client requirements, preparation of project reports / financial statements till finalization of funding and disbursement. We have liaison with various banks, financial institutions and other funding agencies and have expertise in the procedures adopted by them for the funding process.

Merger and Acquisitions

A wave of mergers and acquisitions is taking over the entire world. Companies have always used this strategy to grow and consolidate, and to eliminate competitors. Moreover, one of the main arguments for carrying out these deals has been that they create synergies. M&A comes in all shapes and sizes, and investors need to consider the complex issues involved in M&A.

Our Firm has the expertise in Mergers & Acquisitions to manage the entire process, including working with legal representation or an in-house team. We can help you address every part of your merger or acquisition, from the intricacies of financial structures to management integration.

Mergers & Acquisitions Services includes:

  • Representing Buyers or Sellers
  • Negotiations, Structuring, Pricing
  • Fairness Opinions
  • Evaluating and proposing financial and strategic alternatives

Financial Restructuring

Most businesses go through a phase of financial restructuring at some point, though not necessarily to address shortfalls. In some cases, the process of restructuring takes place as a means of allocating resources for a new marketing campaign or the launch of a new product line. When this happens, the restructure is often viewed as a sign that the company is financially stable and has set goals for future growth and expansion.

A company may also need to restructure its finances if it merges with or acquires another company. When two firms merge, their debt and equity are also combined, and the resulting corporation may have a very different debt-to-equity ratio than either of the original companies. An acquisition may even be used as a form of financial restructuring, as a company with a low debt-to-equity ratio may target a business with a high ratio as a means of better balancing its finances.

Our services in this field include:

  • Developing a restructuring plan based on a detailed assessment of operational, legal and financial aspects.
  • Facilitation of negotiation with lenders, creditors.
  • Monitoring the implementation of the plan.