A business case is used in support of a policy or strategic choice, an investment decision or a financing process.
While market developments have led to greater risks in financing as well as triggering a restriction of financing options. This underlines the increased importance of a high quality and well planned business case that draws on the valuable experiences we have gained in the corporate and financial sector.
The support we provide in relation to business cases includes:
Carrying out market analyses to understand the developing requirements, allowing the business risk to be evaluated;
Preparing SWOT analyses in order to determine the strategic position;
Carrying out feasibility analyses at project level in order to evaluate proposed investments or part-investments, as part of a comprehensive housing program, for example;
Carrying out risk analyses, to map out the financial risks and the risks with a financial impact component;
Carrying out sensitivity analyses, allowing scenarios (such as best case and worst case scenarios) to be outlined on the basis of assumptions and starting points;
Determining the optimal financing structure, with accompanying securities structure and conditions, taking into account the outcome of previous financial risk analyses.
In addition to preparing (elements of) a business case, we can also give a second opinion about existing business cases.
Allied to our business case advisory role, we also provide advice on Financing options, Rating/Scoring and Derivatives.
Interested in Business case?
Get in touch with Hendrik Pons or Sylvia Temminck for more information about Business case.