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Corporate Finance

Corporate Finance

It’s all about the Benjamins – and how you manage them

Money makes the world go round, they say, so it’s no surprise that for our clients doing business internationally, financial issues are a top priority concern. International businesses can be structured for maximum financial and tax benefit (with the correct international tax planning) – or, done incorrectly, can become a huge drain on overall corporate profitability.

Even if you started your business for pure passion, to fulfill an unmet social need or pursue a lifelong dream, business, at its core, is about money. Making money makes it possible to stay in business and make more money. Not making money makes everything a lot more challenging.

Your business’s finances can be structured to make sure there’s money for you to take home or reinvest

The good news is that your business’s finances can be structured to make making money easier – and make sure there’s more for you to take home or reinvest. Plan and structure appropriately and maximize your tax benefit. Do it wrong and your poor financial planning can become a drain on the entire enterprise.

CS&P works with clients to develop solid, smart financial strategies that take advantage of international regulations and offshore jurisdictions to position the business for success. Given the diverse experience and skill sets of the CS&P team, we are able to touch a wide array of functional areas in the corporate structure, thus delivering the utmost benefit across the organization.

CS&P’s corporate finance practice evaluates and rethinks your company’s financial strategies to ensure you are maximizing not only profit but also working capital as well as your flexibility to make rapid investment decisions when opportunity knocks. We make sure your money is working as hard as possible for you – after all, you worked hard for it.

A wealth of strategic corporate financial services

Our corporate finance services include:

• Asset protection

• Offshore banking and financial structures

• IPOs and stock exchange listings

• M&A and rights surrenders (cessions)

• Investment/financial appraisals and commercial due diligence or

• Company reorganizations, turnarounds, restructuring, Chapter 11

• Evaluation and reports on company financial health

• Industrial expansion evaluation – financial feasibility

• Executive recruitment of financial management candidates

• Exit strategies, buy-outs, buy-ins, spin-offs, MBOs, MBIs and LBOs

So if there’s something specific you want to know about, please don’t hesitate to ask. Money talks, and we’re conversant in its many languages.

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