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Interim Financial Management

By Charles Deutchman

Sometimes the bench isn’t deep enough.  Sometimes owners lose confidence in their upper management, and other times they simply need help in strengthening their team so they can achieve their goals.  Sometimes that means bringing in a smart, reliable “pinch hitter” who can objectively determine the company’s needs and suggest the most efficient way to shore-up or augment the situation.  Every business is made up of many different players who have a wide variety of styles and personalities.  A good interim manager must be able to assess the corporate climate and make the kind of decisions that are good for the team as a whole.

Our team of financial consultants is ready and able to provide such financial services to your enterprise.  These services include, but are not limited to, the following areas of expertise:

          Executive Management:

  • Financial statement preparation and analysis
  • Cash forecasting
  • Budgeting implementation, oversight, and management
  • Treasury/Cash management
  • Developing key business performance indicators (KPIs)
  • C-Suite advisor

          Emerging Company Oversight:

  • Business plan development
  • Capitalization strategies
  • Evaluating business opportunities
  • General business advising

          Turn-Around and Rehabilitation of Business:

  • Evaluate capital and funding options
  • Expense reduction plans
  • Risk management assistance
  • Analysis of markets and competitors
  • Vendor management
  • Headcount evaluation

          Mergers & Acquisition/Strategic Transactions:

  • Strategic planning
  • Due diligence preparation and supervision
  • Sourcing equity funding
  • Sourcing debt financing