Management Consultancy & Advisory

Management Consultancy

Our Shared Services and Outsourcing Advisory team delivers services within five main areas, known as the service delivery lifecycle:

Strategy
The overall purpose of the strategy phase is to assess the service delivery model options.

Design
The design phase deals with the design of the future target operating model and the roadmap for getting there.

Implement
The implementation phase deals with the organizational transition to the new operating model.

Monitor
Monitoring deals with identifying improvement opportunities within the existing operating model, but in many cases with the aim of providing input to a redesign.

Governance
The overall aim of governance is to maximize the value and mitigate risks within the chosen operating model.

Advisory

Our value-added offerings of various Advisory services including Accounting, Financial, Transaction, Corporate Advisory, Training and Management Consulting enable our clients to run their businesses ingeniously and benefit from astute insights generated.

Accounting Advisory

  • IFRS Accounting
  • System study & design
  • Supervising the Implementation of Accounting System
  • Preparation of Accounting Manual Financial Advisory

Transaction Advisory
We help our clients to successfully complete transactions, by helping them identify right potential targets/ investors, conducting due diligence, mapping out transaction roadmap and executing M&A process. We offer financial due diligence services – both from a buy side financial and a vendor due diligence perspective – to help you realize the results you and your stakeholders desire. We do so with a forward-thinking approach to deal planning, execution and integration. The concept of our financial due diligence process is a detailed and systematic analysis of data from the target company in order to obtain an overall picture of the company in connection with the corporate deal. In particular, we put an emphasis on identification and assessment of risks and opportunities when looking at assets, liabilities, financial position and results of the target company.

There are several aspects that need to be considered before a merger or acquisition can be initiated and completed. Here are some of them :

  • Due Diligence services: This is the first and basic check that needs to be done. The financial statements of the company that is set to be merged or acquired needs to be minutely scrutinized, and this should be done for at least the previous three years. Additionally, the company’s tax position and tax liabilities, employee liabilities, asset positions, etc. all need to be investigated by an independent third party. Company Valuation in India: Another decision for the buyer or seller is to check how much the company is actually worth. While this is ultimately a negotiation matter, it is always important for both parties to enter the negotiation with a well-supported value that they would buy/sell for.
  • Transaction Advisory Services: The entire gamut of regulatory and financial checks that are needed during any M&A or transaction require support from consultants that provide transaction advisory services.
  • Business Valuation of Companies: The correct value of the company that is being merged or acquired needs to be ascertained so that the shareholders of the acquiring company do not get shortchanged with this transaction. Business valuations are required for various purposes including accounting, taxation, RBI/forex, fairness opinions, etc.
  • FEMA Valuation Serviceor RBI valuation service: The Foreign Exchange Management Act governs all transactions involving the outflow or inflow of foreign currency. If an M&A deal involves a buyer or seller outside India, as per the FEMA provisions, a valuation needs to be done by an external expert to prove that there is no underpayment or overpayment.

We brings cross-cultural and cross-sector experience in transaction advice to the task, assisting clients with the following services:

  • Lead advisory, target evaluation studies, fund raising
  • Financial model building for companies looking to raise funds
  • Financial due diligence for proposed transactions
  • Tax due diligence for proposed transactions
  • General due diligence for a proposed transaction (encompassing financial, tax, legal and key operational aspects of the business)
  • Valuation of business for transactions
  • Valuation of business for regulatory purposes, e.g. for foreign exchange inflow/outflow (FEMA requirements), for Companies Act purposes and for shareholder protection purposes
  • Valuation of business for tax purposes, e.g. capital gains tax for the seller, income from other sources for the buyer, etc.
  • Determination of transaction structure and equity stake to be allotted to buyer based on valuations
  • Tax planning for a transaction for both acquirer and target
  • Valuation of intangible assets of a business, e.g. customer relationships, brands, technology, etc.
  • Purchase price accounting for a transaction, i.e. determining the fair value of all assets and liabilities (including goodwill) of an acquired entity
  • Ongoing valuation of business and/or assets on a periodic basis for financial reporting, mark-to-market measurements and impairment analysis
  • Restructuring analysis and strategy
  • Transition planning and guidance

Corporate Advisory

  • Corporate Laws
  • Negotiable Instruments
  • Commercial Laws
  • Banking Laws Training
  • Explaining the concepts & Accounting Standards
  • Coaching in successful implementation of accounting system
  • Preparation of Training Module Management Consulting
  • Corporate Planning
  • Business Transformation
  • Competition Analysis
  • Market study
  • Feasibility study
  • Cost Op
 
     
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