Business expansion through growth capital funds

Case Study3rd May 2022

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Our Client

Successful UK based owner-managed aquaculture business which has experienced significant growth and expansion of its fleet of vessels, geographical reach and service offering.


Our Approach

  • Arranged discussions with our client to identify their key objectives together with the quantum and timing of the proposed funding requirement
  • Prepared integrated financial projection models with sufficient detail and supporting assumptions to satisfy the funding providers
  • Advised the client in relation to the fundraising process
  • Assisted in on-going annual forecasting process including population of accounting system with financial projections model

The Outcome

  • Our client obtained growth capital funds to facilitate the purchase of additional vessels to the fleet to enable future expansion
  • We assisted to refinance existing debt into a single monthly repayment to ease working capital burden, in turn reducing interest and debt payments
  • AAB provided the client with the ability to actively monitor monthly performance and cashflows against budget
  • Our team provide continued support following transaction including populating their existing accounting system with the financial projections mode

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