Investment Projects
We can provide professional evaluation and selection of a particular investment project you have.

We can provide professional evaluation and selection of a particular investment project you have.

Success is determined by a number of factors. The main ones include the cost of the project, the availability of alternative investment opportunities, limited financial resources, investment risk, profit and payback period of projects.

There are several questions about the purpose and effectiveness of investments, in particular:

  • What is the goal of the project?
  • What impact will the project have on the current and future activities of the participants?
  • How will the organizational structure of the business change?
  • How quickly will the project targets be achieved?
  • Does the company have the experience to realize the opportunities created by the project?
  • What resources are needed for the success of the project?
  • What are the possible risks and opportunities to reduce them?

In addition to helping you work through each of these important questions, we can help you conduct a comprehensive assessment of the planned project and select the most appropriate alternatives.

Things we look for to help you in your investment project are advanced financial, marketing, management and other methods.

We work through with you the choice of the investment option in a sequence of the following tasks:

  1. Choosing the optimal project criteria: profit, profitability, project cost, need for borrowed funds, market share, payback period, etc.
  2. Mathematical assessment of the goals of the investment project, the chances of achieving them, risks and adverse conditions.
  3. Choosing the most appropriate method for comparing investment alternatives.
  4. Establishment of a range of optimal solutions, taking into account the initial data and the requirements of the participants.
  5. Selection of the solution recommended from the optimal range.

Small-business owners often need more than just their own money before they open the doors or choose to expand. Private investors or established financial institutions want to know why they should finance someone else's idea. A common way to present a project is through a business plan that includes an overview, a strategy for implementation and projected financial data. Net present value and the internal rate of return are two popular methods of demonstrating whether a project will be a good investment. A common but less-effective method is the profitability index.

Non-Financial Data

An explanation of what a project will entail is as important as its expected financial results. Investors want to see that a business owner has a well-thought-out plan, including contingencies. A thorough plan should include who the project will benefit, potential roadblocks and the reasons for its implementation. Some investors are primarily swayed by the project's idea and its principles. For example, some investors back projects based on their social value. An example of a project with social value would be the building of a new homeless shelter.

Net Present Value

Most investors want to know that they will get something in return. At the very least, they need to know whether an investment will make financial sense. Net present value is a calculation that shows the present-day value of a project's expected future income minus its initial cost. Future income is discounted according to an acceptable return rate. A positive net present value means that a project will make money. Higher net present values tend to be strong indicators of profitability.

A successful choice of an investment object in a rapidly changing market environment requires appropriate marketing research, the results of which should form the basis of both the development of a company's investment strategy and the choice of a specific investment instrument.

The most important criterion for choosing the optimal investment solution is the economic effect.

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