Corporate advisory revolves around advising an organisation (such as a corporation, government or other
institution) on Various sorts of transactions are possible and include mergers, acquisitions, defences,
disposals, demergers, spin-offs, privatisations, joint ventures and leveraged buyouts, among others.
- Accounting Advisory Services
- Development Sector Advisory
- Governance Risk and Compliance
- Company Registration-MSME, LLP, Private Company, Public Financial Institutions, Joint Venture, OPC etc
- DIN Process
- Customer Growth
- Data and Insight
- Efficiency and Cost Management
- Operational Strategy
- Shared Services and Outsourcing
- Supply Chain Optimization
- Central Excise
- Service Tax
- Labour –Registration, ESI, PF etc
1) Management consulting
Here we help businesses to improve their performance and by solving problems and finding new and better ways of doing things. It’s not just in the private sector either – many firms work with public sector organisations to help develop their services and, where necessary, reduce costs and make savings. We offer services across all areas of business – from Finance, Risk Management, HR and Marketing, Recruiting, Resume Service, Training, to Market Research. We also provide organizational change management assistance, development of coaching skills, process analysis, technology implementation, strategy development, or operational improvement services. We bring our own proprietary methodologies and frameworks to guide the identification of problems and to serve as the basis for recommendations for more effective or efficient ways of performing work tasks.
|When we engage with clients, we address various weaknesses in process, systems, workflows, compliance etc and suggest various suggest strategies across all range of issues, which includes
Factoring is a financial transaction in which a business sells its accounts receivable (i.e., invoices) to a third party (called a factor) at a discount.
In “advance” factoring, the business owner sells his receivables in the form of invoice to the factor, who makes an advance of 70-85% of the purchase price of the receivable amount. The factor collects the full amount from the customer in due course and pays the balance amount due to the business owner after deducting his commission and other charges.