Corporate Value Consulting
We help our clients to maximise their corporation's value in today's rapidly changing world.
Corporate Value Consulting provides advanced modelling and analytical skills to help clients with corporate and financial strategy, and with decisions involving many choices - including dealing with uncertainty.
Key services are:
- Business valuations - for transaction pricing, regulatory reporting and estate planning.
- Strategic and Financial Alternative Consulting - a company needs to understand the value in various strategic and financial alternatives before deciding on a course of action.
- Corporate Finance Consulting - consulting support for clients undertaking transactions such as understanding value, assistance in preparing assets for sale and examining shareholder value impact.
- Fairness Opinions and Independent Expert Opinions - services for boards, regulatory agencies and regulatory filings.
Examples of services rendered:
- Shareholder Value Services - develops and implements a comprehensive management framework to harness the efforts of your organisation towards value creation.
- Market assessment and feasibility study for Travelodge PNG Limited in respect of a property development; as well as a valuation of the Travelodge PNG Group, a subsidiary of South Pacific Hotels Group.
- Review of Finance Pacific Limited’s investment in Pacific Re Limited, with particular reference to capital structure.
- Valuations of several businesses in PNG, including:
- PNG’s State owned compulsory third party motor vehicle insurer in conjunction with an acquisition of that entity;
Our team in PNG includes PNG nationals as well as expatriates from all over the world, and actively draw from PwC's global specialist , resulting in the combination of local knowledge and global expertise to deliver the best possible solution, tailor-made for your specific requirements and opportunities, and the ability to execute cross-border assignments.
- All major banks in PNG, including local subsidiaries of ANZ and Westpac, and local PNG institutions, including Bank of South Pacific Limited and Credit Corporation Limited;
- The mobile telephone licence held by PNG’s State owned telecommunications company;
- A PNG Internet Service Provider and communications company, and the development of a business plan in preparation for a fund raising exercise; and
- Businesses with agricultural and mining operations.