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Corporate Finance

Discipline and Principle

Every decision made in a business has financial implications, whether one looks at large, publicly traded firms or small, privately run businesses the basic principles remain the same. All businesses have to invest their resources wisely and find the right kind and mix of financing to fund these investments.

The goal of financing¬† a business is to get a high return on the investment.  Every business, no matter how large and complex, is ultimately funded with a mix of borrowed money (debt) and owners funds (equity ), We engage in business financing based on these three fundamental principles that underlie corporate finance  - The investment, financing, and dividend principles.

Any discipline should have firm basic guiding principles that govern and guide everything that gets done within it.  Hence, we adopt the investment principle and advice our clients where to invest their resources. The financing principle governs the mix of funding used to fund these investments, and the dividend principle answers the question of how much earnings should be reinvested back into the business and how much will be returned to the owners of the business.

Based on these three core principles, we are aware and constantly monitoring the new pressures and evolving business environments confronting companies in many parts of the world. Therefore, we can adequately assist in addressing the spontaneous changes of business requirements and circumstances, providing the client with the necessary leverage required to build opportunities as they arise.

These are the vital areas in which we might be able to help:

  • Bridge Loans
  • Venture Funding
  • Business Sales
  • Private Placements
  • Project Funding
  • Asset Management


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Finance &

Corporate Finance

Project Finance

Private Investment