Companies are increasingly realising the benefits of outsourcing certain functions. In moving areas such as book-keeping, payroll, and other administrative tasks under external management, businesses are saving time and money that can be put to better use elsewhere in their organisation.
The same applies to the outsourcing of financial activities that – though critical to your business – are equally cost and resource demanding . External financial management can help in a number of ways, from project business planning to over-arching administrative financial support, even including venture capitalism.
Through outsourcing certain of your financial functions, you can continue to
innovate, manage, and grow your company
, secure in the knowledge and partnership of
Falinwa’s financial expertise
What your FTF Offers:
Developing Business Plans
Business plans are created and realised quickly and efficiently through Falinwa’s financial and local expertise
Falinwa provides both financial and local expertise, ensuring business plans are designed through a dedicated partner, considering areas such as:
- Risk and cost of the project
- Allocation of resources
- Development strategy
- Integration into parent company (where applicable)
The goal of the business plan is to better define your project in line with your company’s specific requirements, provide financial feasibility, and deliver a solid legal framework.
This enables you to move forwards with realistic and financially beneficial business investments.
Note: In Hong Kong, a business plan is also required to obtain an "investment" visa.
Falinwa removes administrative procedures th at are slowing down your organisation's momentum
Whatever your situation, Falinwa can support in removing both expected and unforeseen barriers, allowing your company to continue to thrive.
Venture Capital Partnerships
Falinwa invites you to integrate your capital in exchange for financial contribution expertise and initial investment
Based on your company’s specific partnership requirements, Falinwa proposes development arrangements based on the following principles:
Technical and company-specific knowledge alongside an initial share contribution.
Financial expertise, detailed field knowledge, alongside an initial share contribution
The acquisition in the company depends on the share of investment in time and money into the project. This is considered on a case-by-case basis.
Note: If a project requires a substantial initial investment, Falinwa may seek multiple partners.