Knowledge and Skill are critical to our success – and yours

We work in close cooperation with our clients to build up a strong relationship and create long-lasting value.
The approach of the H Advice Network is based on shared expertise and on strategic partnerships with leading firms and multidisciplinary service companies. This unique synergy allows our experts to guarantee total reliability in resolving any issue faced by our clients.

The Advisory Business Unit of our network deals with:

Corporate Finance: this division of H Advice is entirely dedicated to financial advisory activity. Our Corporate Finance team assists clients with the following services:

  • Mergers & acquisitions: our multidisciplinary team offer complete assistance to senior management and shareholders at every stage of the deal (mergers, disposals or acquisitions). 
  •  Business recovery services: A tough economic climate, rapid market changes, new competitors, disruptive technologies, strategic errors – any or all of these can plunge a company into serious financial distress, threaten corporate survival if not addressed speedily and competently. Whether they occur in isolation or together, these issues can typically trigger a host of negative outcomes (underperformance, declining earnings, liquidity, cash-flow problems, etc.). Companies often exhibit symptoms of distress well before a crisis erupts. In many cases, a downward spiral can be halted and reversed. Early detection and swift decisive action are the key to restoring performance and value. High-quality, professional advice is, thus, essential.
  • Strategic deal services: our experienced team provides assistance with key managerial decisions by understanding each business dynamic and supporting the creation of an operational strategy aimed at enhancing the company’s positioning. 
  • Project finance & public private partnership (PPP): assistance in raising and obtaining funding for major projects.

Financial due diligence

All business involved in an acquisition, as either buyers or vendors, must ensure the accuracy of all available financial information. This not only by avoiding the overpayment on the buyers’ side, or, the underpayment on the vendors’, but also to ensure that governance and risk management objectives are met.

From the buyer’s perspective, the quality of information received can determine the ultimate success or failure of a potential acquisition. Our potential buyers are provided with independent assessment which give certainty about the business and the nature of its cash flow. Financial due diligence helps to identify and focus attention on factors that will be critical to future business success.