Financial Planning and Analysis (FP&A)
Financial planning, budgets and forecast are done at the start of a period and includes ‘what-if’ scenarios and ratio analysis, and helps the business in setting targets, and highlights the steps needed. Subsequently, a detailed analysis of performance is done for internal, as well as external reporting purposes, and includes MIS Dashboards for senior management to monitor Key Performance Indicators (KPI). FP&A components include Business Planning and Financial Projections, and the Analysis of Performance using various financial reports such as Variance Analysis, Ratios and Trend Analysis.
Cash Flow & Working Capital Projections
Short term Liquidity is the lifeline of any business, which is why effective management of cash is of immense importance for the management. The key components are Cashflow Reports, Working Capital Analysis, Receivables Management and Inventory Management.
Financial Health Review
- Capital structure, namely the debt-equity mix and source of capital
- Capital budgeting to ensure optimal use of funds and allocation
- SWOT (Strength, Weakness, Opportunities, Threats) Analysis
- Statutory Compliance review
- Financial Report review
The assigned finance and accounting expert from MYiCFO that includes CPA/ CA /MBA, can undertake a thorough review of financial and operational parameters to provide detailed planning and analysis using ratios, trends, comparatives, industry benchmarking, scenarios, and other techniques.