An independent business review is an objective, professional review designed to establish the current and future financial viability of a business for the benefit of banks and other lenders and other investors.
A review may take place if a funder is concerned that their investment might be at risk or if the business is seeking additional funding. Although it is carried out for the benefit of the investor, it is the business that will pay the costs involved.
A typical independent business review might examine factors including:
- current trading position
- assets and liabilities
- profit and cash flow projections
- tax position
- working capital requirements
- business and financial strategies
- financial systems and controls
- future prospects and sustainability.
Moore Thompson can provide expert independent business reviews to identify areas where action needs to be taken to strengthen the business for the longer term and enable lenders to make informed decision.
For more information on Moore Thompson Chartered Accountants in Spalding, Wisbech, Market Deeping, Cambridgeshire and Lincolnshire, please contact us.