Corporate Financial Strategy and Access of Capital
Corporate Financial Strategy is a set of monetary decisions focused on sustainability, growth and increasing shareholder value. A company’s financial strategy guides all financial decisions and is necessary for start-ups and well-established businesses. Having a Corporate Financial Strategy involves identifying what projects are worthy of funding, and knowing where and how to source and allocate funds for targeted projects. When developing a Corporate Financial Strategy, GEC addresses capital structure, capital investment/budget strategy, financial planning, project and finance strategy, shareholder analysis and value-based management (including real-option valuation strategy).