So that developments that threaten the company are identified as early as possible, prompt and informative internal reporting is required. The basis of this is a functioning controlling system that maps the business processes.
As indicators of early quantitative identification of impending corporate crises, in particular statements of profit and loss, of assets and liabilities and of liquidity based on historical and planning data are suitable. Therefore PKF’s corporate finance experts concentrate on coordinating integral and flexible corporate planning with the other company sub-plans. Hence there is an opportunity to map major developments via appropriate financial key figures and to make the complexity of entrepreneurial action clearer.
One effective method of deriving viable decisions at the shareholder side and the provider of outside capital side is by means of sensitivity analyses and scenario planning, with which future success factors and payment flows are simulated.