Our blog on the latest corporate finance issues.
Five top tips for managing cash flow in your business
January 10, 2019
There is so much focus on revenue in the startup world that sometimes we neglect the numbers that really matter. And it’s cash that matters much more than revenue and profit – it’s the lifeblood of any business.
Brexit, what Brexit?
November 22, 2018
Whilst our media is obsessed with Brexit, and the city nervous about the economy, we in UHY Corporate Finance are seeing high levels of deal flow.
EIS and SEIS – what you need to know
October 22, 2018
HMRC have recently updated their guidance on EIS and SEIS and whilst this is very useful in terms of setting the scene, it is vitally important that professional advice is taken throughout a funding round so that you safely navigate what it is something of a minefield.
Case study – Restarting a sale process
October 10, 2018
Almost a year later, they now needed to recommence the sale process and sought outside advice. They wished to ensure that if the process recommenced it would complete this time.
UHY supports Prem Biomass with investment opportunity
September 25, 2018
With three years of hard work laying the foundations, and with strategic partners now in place, the founders of Prem Biomass are energised and ready to launch.
The importance of high-quality buyer lists
September 25, 2018
As Oscar Wilde once wrote, to lose one potential buyer may be regarded as a misfortune, to lose two looks like carelessness.
Financial models – an essential business tool?
July 3, 2018
Financial modelling is the building of a mathematical model intended to represent the financial outcome resulting from a particular set of assumptions and decisions.
Catching the ‘growth wave’ on a sea of credit
May 1, 2018
Corporate Finance Director Rob Starr discusses issues raised in at our recent Directors’ Forum event on the theme of Financing Growth.
Is venture capital simply a game of roulette?
March 15, 2018
Investing in any new-fangled technology can conjure up an image of a roulette table and the croupier calling “place your bets”, before spinning the wheel and releasing the ball that will either land and bring you riches or leave you soul searching for what could have been, if only the stars had been aligned.
Farewell to Entrepreneurs’ Relief and hello to EOTs?
March 9, 2018
Owners of SME trading companies that I talk to about future exit plans usually assume that when it’s time to sell up – then Entrepreneurs' Relief will be available and a 10% Capital Gains Tax (“CGT”) rate will be applied to their gain on disposal.