We assist organisations to deliver rapid, substantial and
sustainable improvements in performance. This occurs
through both our Resultant®, Transaction Services and Investment Divisions.
Our Resultant Division takes a pragmatic “at the coal
face” approach to performance improvement, working as
business coaches across the organisation. Our teams apply
practical frameworks and toolkits based on experience of “what
really works in the field”. Our work spans strategy,
procurement, revenues, debottlenecking, costs, maintenance,
safety, environment, and organisational culture, training
and 'wiring'. Our Resultant teams live and work at your sites
to enable a true partnership approach to foster and develop
with your management team.
TRANSACTION SERVICES DIVISION
Our Transaction Services Division brings a practical approach to commercial due diligence that also includes an explicit focus on identifying the full value that may exist in an investment opportunity ( value that management and potentially other investors may have not seen).
Traditional due diligence processes (focusing on risk mitigation and the validation of existing management plans) are ill-equipped to give a potential acquirer confidence around the existence or achievability of “up-side”. To be effective, this traditional approach needs to be supplemented by additional commercial and operational insights and execution skills. The solution lies in focusing on adding real value, by bringing a broader set of skills to the transaction.
More on commercial Due Diligence.
Our Investment Division looks for the situations where we
can significantly improve the performance of an organisation
through both financial and operational assistance. We often
provide proactive support in the form of either temporary
managers or business coaches. We look for the following characteristics
in potential investment partnerships:
* Opportunities for operational and strategic improvement
* Desire for a partnership which harnesses our joint strengths
* Transactions typically exceeding $10 million. Given our
network there is no maximum transaction value
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