Corporate Finance Consultancy Services | Origin Corporate Finance

By: Origin  05/12/2011
Keywords: Corporate Finance, Exit Strategies, Finance Consultancy

Origin becomes member of Corporate Finance in Europe
October 19 , 2011

Sale of 35% stake to Investec Group
October 15 , 2010

Investment activity begins to pick up - Sunday Business Post
March 7 , 2010

Sunday Times
February 22, 2009

Sunday Business Post
February 15, 2009

"A Time to Sell,  a Time to Buy?"
December 2008

Exit Strategies
September 20, 2008


Mergers and Acquisitions

Trade Sales
We 'get inside' the business with detailed analysis and research prior to commencement of the sale process. This enables us to present key selling points, set value parameters and identify the key potential purchasers and ultimately achieve maximum value. We act in relation to either a full or partial disposal. We have also assisted on a number of inter-shareholder sales and in dispute resolution by using our valuation and arbitration experience.
We provide a pre-sale exit grooming service often well in advance of a sale/exit. We put in the necessary structures within the business to max exit value and to minimise taxation.We treat every deal with the same care and importance regardless of size.

Equity Funding Raising
Origin Corporate Finance provides an advisory service to corporates, investors and entrepreneurs for prospective fund raising for business development and we have extensive experience in negotiating and inter-facing with private equity investors, venture capitalists and financial institutions.

Re-Organisation, re-structuring and crisis management
Re-organisation is required where there is structural change required in an organisation due to expansion, or as a result of trading or financial difficulties. We work closely with the client during the process in reviewing revenue and cost structures, refinancing options, management structures and business planning.

Keywords: Corporate Finance, Exit Strategies, Finance Consultancy, Finance Consultancy Services