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Develop attractive investment proposals

Financially and strategically attractive investment proposals developed by providing indicative valuation metrics including DCF, NPV, IRR, EVM & Stacked Incline valuation methodologies

Ideally, investment proposals are comprehensive documents which are prepared to attract prospective investors to support the organisation in its search for capital, or to progress pre-existing arrangements such as a Letter of Intent (LOI) or Heads of Agreement (HOA) to a formal Joint Venture (JV) agreement.

A well thought out investment proposal can provide the organisation seeking to raise funds with the opportunity to be able to better align the objectives of all capital stakeholders with the objectives of the organisation.

In its most basic form, an investment proposal will answer the following questions:

  • Who are you? What does your organisation represent?
  • What is your business concept? What are you going to sell?
  • How are you going to deliver your concept?
  • What is your implementation plan?
  • What are the financial and profitability projections?
  • How much money do you need? How will the money be utilised?

An investment proposal should recognise and consider the current and projected market conditions and make a range of assessments regarding these conditions and the expected impacts of the corresponding challenges and opportunities they present for the organisation.
More info, Adapting to the changing business environment.

Competitive Advantage
An investment proposal should highlight your organisational strengths, and how you believe these will assist your organisation in achieving success and realising its corporate objectives.
More info, Creating value through competitive advantage.

 How can Activated Logic help?

Activated Logic is uniquely positioned in being able to assist your organisation in preparing an investment proposal which addresses not only your organisations investment requirements, but also incorporates core strategy elements to prepare a proposal in the organisations best interests and finally communicates the required message effectively. 

Activated Logic’s approach of combining the Business Optimisation & Synchronisation System and the Impress & Progress Index, with the investment function of the Sequential Investment Assessment Matrix has proven to be very successful.

Activated Logic’s integrated approach to developing investment proposals has been widely recognised as both a comprehensive and effective approach to preparing investment proposals.

Valuation methodologies
Investors often seek to establish what the potential or anticipated returns of an investment are likely to be, and although organisations need to be careful with regards to what expectations they may create (and the potential legal implications) with investors, outlining a company’s prospects objectively remains a powerful tool.
Activated Logic frequently prepares independent valuation statements based on traditional valuation metrics including financial modelling and sensitivity analysis based on discounted cash flows (DCF’s), to determine the net present value (NPV) of a project and the corresponding internal rate of return (IRR).  Alternative valuation metrics based on adapted enterprise value multiples are also used depending on the purpose of the valuation and the accompanying proposal.

Activated Logic has pioneered the use of the Stacked Incline valuation methodology in many significant recent corporate transactions in Australia, with the key benefits including the weighting adjustment for key value drivers such as controlling interest premiums and scarce resource determination.

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