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WORK PROCESS

COSTUMIZE YOUR NEEDS

WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF FINANCIAL PLANNING?

At Cahero Capital, we work with multiple industries internationally, among which the following stand out: government, security, oil and gas, energy, health care, real estate development, mining, transportation, finance, construction, telecommunications, distribution, technology, manufacturing, agriculture, cattle raising, food and beverage, textile and apparel, staffing, professional services, cosmetics, recycling, space, and the metaverse.


To offer you a value proposal, we implement a work process that focuses on administrative, legal, and accounting research (due diligence), with which we can get to know your company's performance and structure in depth.


Derived from the conclusions of the due diligence, a financial planning process will be carried out, which is structured in six steps: The performance of the current economic situation; establishing short, medium, and long-term financial goals. Creating alternative action scenarios; evaluating alternatives; implementing a financial action plan; re-evaluating and reviewing the financial plan over time.


The financial services to be implemented in the action plan are described within the financial planning process. At Cahero Capital, we work with the following:

 

  • Corporate Finance: project finance, equity financing, merger and acquisition, strategic alliances, joint venture, capital markets, and MIGA.

  • Structured Debt: restructuring, acquisition financing, leveraged buyout, management buyout, management commitment, financial structure, syndicated loans, trade finance, and export credit agency.

  • Capital Investments: fixed interest rate, cash equivalents, cash investment, growth investment, property investment, and investor equity.

  • Working Capital: factoring, asset-based lending, supply chain financing, and floor plan financing.

  • Equipment financing: capital leasing, operating leasing, lease purchase agreement, and commercial furniture. Insurance: cargo transportation, general liability, workers' compensation, commercial auto, property, casualty, and equipment breakdown.

The cost of implementing our work process consists of the advance payment of a retainer, with which we guarantee the seriousness of our clients and will serve to cover the following expenses:

 

  • Due Diligence Management

  • Financial Planning Structuring

  • Implementation of Financial Services


The cost of our retainer for the implementation of our work model is USD$100,000.00 (one hundred thousand US dollars 00/100), which must be paid in full upon signing the work agreement.


Once the work agreement is signed, a confidentiality agreement (NCNDA) will be signed, to begin with the exchange of information.
Upon completion of the work outlined in our work model, the client will obtain a financial planning structure.

Benefits of working with a professional financial planner.


A professional financial planner can help with many aspects of financial planning. A financial planner can help articulate chosen financial goals and help develop a plan that meets expectations and defines how goals should be met.


Financial planners are also knowledgeable about many different types of investments and can make recommendations for managing a portfolio. A financial planner can even provide in-depth research on different financial markets and make suggestions for investing in a variety of ways.

Six-step financial planning process.


A financial plan is designed to thoroughly detail a company's financial goals that can potentially help eliminate financial stress and anxiety. These plans should assess where a company is in terms of money and where it will be in the future.

OUR PROCESS

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STEP 1

Due Dilligence

Due diligence is an investigation, audit, or review performed to confirm facts or details of your business. In the financial world, due diligence requires an examination of financial records before entering into a proposed transaction with another party.

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STEP 2

Establish short, medium and long term financial goals:

Financial goals help guide a finan- cial plan and should be clearly stated at the beginning of the financial planning process. These goals may be different for each company, such as paying off debts, building an emergency fund, generating a savings fund, etc. When setting financial goals, it is important to set realistic expecta- tions based on current income, assets, liabilities and overall ability to meet the goals within a specific time period.

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STEP 3

Create alternative action scenarios:

Good decision making requires having an alternative course of action that companies can turn to when a main course of action does not work as expect- ed. A primary course of action generally includes continuing on the same course, changing the current situation, expanding the current situation, or taking a new course of action. It is important to consider all alternative strategies to determine which is the best alternative.

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STEP 4

Evaluating Alternatives:

The next step in the financial planning process involves evaluating possible courses of action. When evaluating courses of action, it is important to consider the compa- ny's life situation, values, and current economic conditions. Individuals should also be aware of the advantages and disadvantages of their decisions.

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STEP 5

Implement a financial action plan:

Once financial goals have been specified and alterna- tive courses of action have been created and evaluated, it is time to develop an action plan. A financial action plan involves finding ways to achieve financial goals. The goals should be listed in order of importance and, once the highest priority goal has been completed, begin working toward the next goal on the list.

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STEP 6

Re-evaluate and review the financial plan over time:

Financial planning does not end when the financial plan is created. It requires regular evaluation to ensure that a company is on the right track toward achieving its goals. A financial plan may need to be reviewed periodically as situa- tions arise, such as a change in revenues or the loss of certain assets or investments. It is not always clear what changes should be made when evaluating a financial plan. Fortunately, a financial plan- ner can provide guidance.

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