Financial Modeling & Structuring

Our finance team in perpetual divide this service into different main sections which are used as decision-making tools by interpreting numbers of features of a company’s operations to estimate the costs and forecast the profits of a proposed new project as it shows below:







  1. Financial Model and Return

    In this section we forecast a company’s financial performance to support the management in the decision-making as well as to assist our clients to determine the capital and structure of the project which helps in capital allocation, budgeting and forecasting of the expected rate of return.

  2. Profitability Analysis

    Our financial analyst forecast future earnings and performance of the company; the method performed to build a profitable financial representation of a company will help you keep a track of your business’ performance. It allows companies to maximise their profit by focusing on the most sensitive factor that contributes to increasing the profitability. Thus, resulting in maximising the opportunities that business can take advantage of, to continue growing in an extremely dynamic, competitive, and vibrant market. It also helps businesses identify growth opportunities, fast/slow-moving stock items, market trends, etc, ultimately helping decision-makers see a more concrete picture of the company.

  3. Risk Analysis

    Process of identifying and assessing factors that could negatively affect the success of a business or project to come up with strategies specialized for each project, industry and economic situation that helps examine, manage and limit potential uncertainty that could undermine key business initiatives or projects.

    Our finance team depends on detailed information such as project plans, financial data, security protocols, marketing forecasts, and other relevant information to start identifying the possible threats that may face client’s business and then estimate the scenarios that these threats will materialize and their consequences in order to determine the most efficient management procedures.

  4. Pricing Models

    We built this section of the financial model for the idea of establishing the price that can or should be charged for a product or service provided by our clients to maximize their profit using different methods personalized for each client by which is the most suitable for a certain industry. There are three general pricing approaches that we use in our analysis taking into consideration the different aspects of the business, its industry and the economic situation over 5 years:

    • Cost-based pricing.
    • Market value pricing.
    • Competition-based pricing.