Advisory Services

The Moldovan Advisory Services practice, in cooperation with Romanian Advisory Services practice provides three types of services:

  • Transactions Services
  • Crisis Management
  • Performance Improvement

Transactions Services

Transaction Services refers to assistance with and executing all types of financial transactions, providing advice in mergers and acquisitions, privatizations, financial and operational due diligence, value advisory and business valuation including real estate and asset valuation, feasibility studies and business plans, market analysis, project finance (including Public-Private Partnership schemes), finance raising and post-deal services.

PwC provides a full range of services to guide clients through complex business transactions, and supports companies through every aspect of a transaction, from identifying the appropriate acquisition or divestiture candidates to assisting with deal structuring and capital sourcing. A wide range of privatisation services including lead advisory, target identification, company profiles, analysis of privatisation options, and transaction support are available, as well as assistance and support for companies seeking new capital, or companies involved in an acquisition, divestiture, restructuring or shareholder buyout. Services in relation to transactions, such as identification and evaluation of a transaction through due diligence, structuring services, market analysis and post-deal services are provided.

Crisis Management

Crisis Management services refer to corporate recovery and turnaround, optimised exits, insolvency/liquidation, as well as dispute analysis and investigations. PwCs was Romania's first Big Four consulting firm to develop a dedicated team of professionals specialised in business recovery and insolvency. It advises on and implements a complete range of solutions for business recovery situations, corporate bankruptcy and implementation of large-scale turnarounds for underperforming corporations. The practice has extensive experience in the management of underperforming loan portfolios, as well as in divestment of the underperforming assets of a business (optimised exits) in order to extract or preserve the optimum value for shareholders.

Dispute analysis and investigations practice involves corporate investigations, fraud risk management, background research of entities, computer forensics and cyber crime investigations, as well as investigations on insolvency and bankruptcy, together with intellectual property.

Performance Improvement

Performance Improvement department is a department within PwC that is dedicated to helping clients improve their financial and operational performance. Our Group works closely with other advisory practices in the firm to assist clients in meeting their most pressing challenges. Performance Improvement department numbers over 7,000 experts in 90 countries and over 30 people in Romania , all of them having the knowledge of the local business environment.

The assistance we provide is targeted at strengthening management control, increasing operational effectiveness and thereby increasing shareholder value. We know from experience that improving performance requires companies to focus on four distinct aspects: business model, financial drivers, management system and value creation system.

In our experience, projects are judged a success when the expected business benefits are clearly defined up front and when the project is managed to demonstrate achievement of those business benefits. By employing this principle in our methodologies, the PwC Performance Improvement team strives to provide superior value to our clients.