An Andersch business planning assessment
- provides you with a neutral evaluation of how plausible your business planning is;
- makes apparent, to insiders and third parties alike, the sound foundations upon which your business planning is based, thus giving all parties involved peace of mind;
- creates transparency and strengthens the confidence of equity suppliers and lenders by validating your business planning;
- allows you to avail of our extensive restructuring expertise and in-depth understanding of business models and markets across a broad range of sectors;
- puts at your disposal the sophisticated technical and methodological knowledge of our employees with regard to financial planning.
Areas of application
An Andersch business planning assessment makes sense
- if your company is currently undergoing upheaval due to, for example, changes on the market, internal restructuring measures or strategy realignment;
- if your company has repeatedly failed to meet its business planning objectives;
- if your company expects declining business earnings and the management wants to document its duty of care;
- if refinancing or growth financing is planned or required;
- if, as part of preparing the annual financial statement, your company’s status as a going concern needs to be evaluated and documented.
- Sound financial expertise:
Andersch has over 20 years of experience in evaluating business planning for all types of companies, with its clients ranging from medium-sized enterprises through to major, highly complex corporations.
- A neutral perspective:
Our independent perspective on your central planning premises together with our sector expertise will significantly increase the integrity of your planning.
- Professional support:
We use flexible scenario simulations to render relevant opportunities and risks clearly visible and quantifiable, and to then help you develop solid, viable business planning based on the insights gained.