VALUATION is used in investment analysis to determine whether or not it is worthwhile to invest in purchasing a company, in mergers, in new product implementations, in investments in production lines, in the exchange of equipment or in the replacement of production line machines. It enables strategic and operational decision making and the planning and control process used in implementing competitive strategies.
NEST has expertise in VALUATION applied in managing business portfolios, in analyzing mergers and acquisitions to determine fair value for the offeror and a reasonable amount to decide whether to accept the proposed value, and in general management as a framework for managing value in companies.
It serves as a tool in the strategic and operational decision making, as well as in the planning and control process, serving as a benchmark for strategy implementation.
It is used in capital allocation decisions and in encouraging the search for investments with returns above the company's cost of capital.
Improve communications, whether to align the company's strategy and goals, from top management to the lowest levels of the organization, and to increase transparency and communications with stakeholders.
After a preliminary analysis of the undertaking, NEST develops projects to obtain funds from leaseback transactions, investment banks and pension funds, equity interests, and funding transactions with domestic and foreign groups. NEST will provide all the legal support for the hiring of capital contributions , in addition to legal advice for adjusting bank and tax accounts and debts.
The financial consolidation of short-term debts in a term adequate for investment maturation and amortization, a process known as funding, can adjust your company's accounts. These transactions usually take place when non-financial companies negotiate with the capital markets to raise the long-term funds they need for the financial consolidation of the investment, through the placement of direct long-term debt and/or ownership rights
NEST - Negócios Estratégicos will prospect investors for leaseback transactions for your company. Law No. 6099/74, with the wording of Law No. 7132 of 10.26.83, defines leasing, in article 1, as a legal transaction conducted between a legal entity, as lessor, and an individual or legal entity, as lessee, for the purpose of leasing the property acquired by the lessor according to the lessee's specifications for its own use.
BNDES - THE BRAZILIAN DEVELOPMENT BANK
Requests for funding from BNDES begin with a Prior Consultation during which the company's basic characteristics are specified, as necessary for the analysis of the transaction's classification under the Operating Policies.
After such consultation, it is necessary to submit the undertaking's business plan. NEST has extensive experience in preparing projects and business plans. These projects must include information such as:
1. Objectives, Goals, and Rationale.
2. Specification of Sources and Uses of Funds.
3. The project's effects on production capacity.
4. Markets and collateral, in addition to the other information deemed necessary by the financial institution or company.
5. Information for risk classification and Consolidated Financial Statements, corporate and shareholding structure, among others.
6. All services and projects necessary and required by the financial and funding institutions for investment project analysis and approval.
OVERVIEW OF THE MAIN PRODUCTS OF BNDES
FINANCIAL COSTS THAT ARE USED IN THE BNDES TANSACTIONS
NATIONALIZATION AND ACCREDITATION FOR THE FINAME PROGRAM
On the occasion of machines accreditation election, equipment, components and systems, or when express request of BNDES for a product already accredited, the manufacturer must submit standard spreadsheet calculate the nationalization index, in value and weight, as instructed willing by Circular # 16/2013-BNDES, of 05.08.2013.
The index is calculated by the ratio between the value of imported materials, including raw material to the sale value of the product and the weight of imported components and the dry weight of the complete equipment. Accreditation shall only be admitted when the minimum local content is 60%.