Managerial or Corporate Finance is the task of providing the funds for a corporations activities and finding the balance between risk and profitability – all this whilst trying to maximize wealth.
Myriad Trading Pty Ltd is a strong ally of the finance department of any company as our solutions support and provide options to problems with direct links to important issues such as Capital, Risk and Inventory Management.
Some key areas covered by Corporate Finance include,
- Investment (Current and Future funds management)
- Cash Flow
- Inventory Management
- Risk Management
- Dividend Decisions
Depending on the task offered, Myriad can provide options or alternatives to some of these important areas.
Is the money that gives the business the power to purchase or develop goods or facilities that will be used in the production of other goods or offerings that can be marketed by the business to generate income and profit.
Broadly speaking capital is resourced from either debt or equity. Myriad’s approach to business is to analyse how our clients are operating in key areas, and to define how we may be able to improve on this. Once again our approach can be most effective in supporting the raising of capital for current or future investment.
Basically a company or corporation whose income exceeds expenditures can invest the excess income. On the other hand a company whose expenditures exceed it’s income, will need to borrow capital to finance the shortfall. In the long term a more effective method is to either reduce costs or/and increase income.
Myriad’s C Suite is designed to produce results equivalent to reducing your cash payables and restoring lost value to underperforming areas or departments.
When you consider that Inventory Management concerns the fine lines between replenishment lead time, carrying costs of inventory, asset management, inventory forecasting, inventory valuation, inventory visibility, future inventory price forecasting, physical inventory, available physical space for inventory, quality management, replenishment, returns and defective goods and of course demand forecasting, it is easy to understand how and why excess inventory and overproduction is a normal by-product of business.
Unfortunately future market conditions and the prediction of the environment with respect to your products can be difficult (sometimes impossible) to read. Nonetheless corporations are compelled to hold stock for a number of important reasons,
- Time lags from supplier to user
- Uncertainties in demand
- Economies of scale – more cost effective to produce or purchase larger volumes than smaller runs or single units.
- Appreciation of value – some products may appreciate in value over time
Inventory, which is also referred to as “goods for sale” is usually divided into
- Raw Materials
- Work in Process (WIP)
- Finished Goods
- Goods for Resale – Returns that are saleable
Whilst Myriad cannot predict future trends or market conditions with any greater accuracy than our clients, we can assist you with excess (goods for sale) inventory. Our process can has proven to be effective in clearing the stock quickly, within your remarketing restrictions, at a return that is greater than alternative methods.
Plant & Equipment
In finance terms, generally referred to as fixed assets or as “non current assets” can include property, plant and equipment (PP&E).
Fixed assets are commonly regarded as assets, which can be readily converted to cash. They are also assets that are usually not sold to the consumer or customer.
Myriad approach to inventory is broad in that we can apply our solution to second hand machinery, just as readily as we can to new FMCG oversupplies.
Our objective is to restore lost value to problem areas and simultaneously improve the efficiencies in other areas such as supply chain and marketing.
Budgets are organizational plans stated in monetary terms; a forecast of revenues and expenditures; a model of how a business might perform financially if certain strategies, events and plans are carried out.
Financial tools enable the actual financial operation of the business to be measured against the forecast and may establish cost constraints for projects, programs, or operations.
Myriad Trading’s business model recognizes budget constraints and looks to underperforming assets, underutilized capacity and fungible expense efficiencies to collateralize funding options.
*Myriad provides general advice. We use specialist, best of class, finance, tax, structuring, marketing and supply chain third party professionals who provide advice specific to individual projects.