The world of business relies upon financing to keep
operating, and more importantly, create profits. Methods
of financing are numerous, and often complex, but
almost every business needs it to survive. Whether
the finance is in the form of a loan, overdraft or
simply preferential credit terms, serious considerations
need to be made to keep this manageable, and to ensure
that the finance chosen suits the business and resolves
the initial need for such finance.
The majority of businesses require finance to ease
cash flow, which is a serious consideration for the
majority of the companies.
Cash flow causes many businesses to fail, than any
other reason and balancing the inflow and outflow
of funds is an art that many need to master to stay
in business. The firm has the knowledge and resources
to advise you and your business on the most appropriate
method of finance for you.
Why choose Smith Hannah?
We provide a comprehensive range of corporate finance
services to privately owned businesses. We take a
quality-driven, proactive and personal approach to
advising on transactions. We share your excitement
and commitment to the development of your business
model and in particular the ability to drive value
for the shareholders and broader stakeholders in the
Our team can help boost your businesses's appeal
to potential investors , maximise funding options.
We will assist you to ensure that your proposal is
credible and well conceived at every stage.
What Smith Hannah offers?
We offer a comprehensive range of services . What
makes us different is the personalised and innovative
approach and the personnel involved in their delivery.
Our specialist service disciplines include:
Mergers & acquisitions
Developing an acquisition strategy
Identifying suitable targets
Assessment of targets and pricing
Funding and capital raising
Negotiating with the vendor
Implementation of post-acquisition plan
Management Buy-Outs/Ins & Business Start
Assessing the viability of the proposition
Valuation of the business to be acquired
Preparing a business plan
Structuring the business
Negotiations with vendors and financial backers
Project management of the transaction throughout