A) COMPANY FORMATION
In the eyes of the law, a corporation has many of the same rights and responsibilities as a person.
It can buy, sell and own property; enter into leases and contracts; and bring lawsuits.
It pays taxes, it can be prosecuted and punished (often with fines) if it violates the law.
The chief advantages are it can exist indefinitely, beyond the lifetime of the member or founder, and that it offers its owners the protection of limited personal liability.
B) BUSINESS RESTRUCTURING
When a company is having trouble making payments on its debt, it will consolidate and adjust the terms of the debt in form of DEBT RESTRUCTURING.
After a debt restructuring, debt payment is more manageable for the company and the likelihood of payment to bondholders increases.
A company restructures its operations or structure by cutting costs, such as Payroll, or reducing its size through the sale of assets.
This is often seen as necessary when the current situation at a company is one that may lead to its collapse. We help our client to restructure their Businesses.
C) CORPORATE FINANCE
We have a remarkable track record of successfully arranged low cost funds viz. term loans, working capital loans and business loans from financial institutions, banks and venture capitalists.
This is one of our businesses and we help and advice our clients to get the desired finance at low rates from the banks, financial institutions and private lenders.
Through our network banks, investors, advisors and brokers, there are a number of Corporate Finance areas we can assist businesses with.
D) BUSINESS VALUATION
The process of determining the economic value of business or company.
Business Valuation can be used to determine the fair value of a business for a variety of reasons, including sale value, establishing partner ownership and divorce proceedings. Often times, owners will turn to professional business valuators for an objective estimate of the business value.
The field of business valuation encompasses a wide array of fields and methods.
The tools and methods can vary between valuators, businesses and industries. Common approaches to business valuation include review of financial statements, discounting cash flow models, and similar company comparisons.
E) COMPANY LIQUIDATION
When a business or firm is terminated or bankrupt, its assets are sold and the proceeds pay to creditors, any leftovers are distributed to shareholders.
Creditors liquidate assets to try and get as much of the money owed to them as possible. They have first priority to whatever is sold off. After creditors are paid, the shareholders get whatever is left with preferred shareholders having preference over common shareholders.
F) FEASIBILITY STUDY
A feasibility study main goal is to assess the economic viability of the proposed business. The feasibility study needs to answer the question: “Does the idea make economic sense?” The study provides a thorough analysis of the business opportunity, including a look at all the possible roadblocks that may stand in the way of the cooperative’s success. The outcome of the feasibility study will indicate whether or not to proceed with the proposed venture. If the results of the feasibility study are positive, then the cooperative can proceed to develop a Business Plan.
G) TRADE MARK REGISTRATION
A patent gives you the right to stop others from copying, manufacturing, selling, and importing your invention without your permission. We provide guidance and professional advice for safeguarding the trademark of our clients and acquainting them with their rights, privileges and obligations emerging out from the ownership of the trademark.We offer services that vary from the registering of an invention for obtaining the patent to the enforcement of your patent against the world of infringers.
H) ESTATE MANAGEMENTWe are into buying and selling of Properties across the nation