cashflow projection

Cashflow projection from AAB secures funding to grow care home

cashflow projection

Case Study23rd Nov 2021

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Our Client 

A local business had a requirement to obtain additional funding to develop a new care home. Their Finance Manager did not have sufficient time to work on a cashflow projection model which could be used to present to the bank.  

Our Approach 

  • Discussed with management to understand their exact requirements 
  • Utilised a practical approach which allowed management to focus on the day to day operational matters 
  • Developed a robust cashflow projection model to be presented to the bank and used by the business going forward 

The Outcome 

  • The client now has a cash flow model that links to their management accounting model so this can be used in the business going forwards 
  • Key assumptions were built into the model and clearly explained 
  • Our client had support from us when meeting with potential funders 
  • Using our knowledge of the lending market, we negotiated the best terms for our client with regards to interest cost and arrangement fees, as well as the overall lending package 
  • Our team of tax specialists worked with management of our client as well as the quantity surveyor to fully understand the build progress and exact terms 
  • A capital allowances claim was finalised and submitted which resulted in a substantial tax saving in the current year as well as a refund of tax paid in prior years 
  • We continually assist with monthly management accounting and VAT advice which allows the in-house accounting team to focus on their other tasks 

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