Who We Are
Who We Are
Why employ Banking Experts to review my Banking and Treasury?
After payroll, Finance costs are typically the largest overhead
Interest rate costs and currency costs are not transparent, obstructing efficient management
Currency exposures are High, Volatile, costly and can frequently endanger even Loan Covenants.
Inappropriate banking arrangements can seriously restrict Business Operations and Expansion
What areas does the Finalysis review cover?
The Bank account and Borrowing Structures, including working capital
Bank Deposits and Related investments
Corporate Risk Policy, across all areas (Borrowings, Liquidity and Currency)
Existing Cash Management arrangements and Treasury System in use
Other Areas as requested
How is it possible to Measure the Benefits of a Finalysis Review?
By comparing the new net costs projected under the recommended arrangements against
Will this review disturb our banking relationship?
Recommendations are not aggressive and the client is free to decline any recommendations considered sensitive. Best practice reinforces!
What benefits should I expect from this review …and do they repeat annually?
Over many years and across many client types, review benefits average some €100k per each €50m of turnover, repeating annually. Best practice is identified and introduced.
“Is this another time consuming audit?”
No. The initial 40 minute meeting identifies the scale of available value, so no risk arises of unproductive research or time- wasting reviews
“Is it safe that Finalysis can access Company data”?
The service is completely confidential as it has been over 26 years
“Do we need to change our existing bank relationships”?
Recommendations are non-aggressive and implementation is entirely at the client’s discretion. It is rare to change the banking relationship.
“Is the review overkill? we have no borrowings and only one or two bank accounts”?
Independently of the client’s banking profile and even in the absence of borrowings, reviews provide cost and income transparency, with strategic alternatives