Fairness between companies /municipalities and banks…

Fairness between companies /municipalities and banks, also in the interest calculation. Regular accounts examination helps to ensure proper settlement of accounts and not pay too much in interest.

Not all settle fairly and correctly. Of course, banks are allowed to adjust the interest rates on current accounts up if it was so agreed. Of course, they have to cut back down it, even if interest rates fall. That would be fair and accurate. Are you in the position to check this?

By using a Finanzkalkulations- and Contract Management software, we started to make this complex and complicated calculation processes transparent. This know-how is also available to you.  Who will help you exercise your right to respect and to ensure fair and accurate billing. They are left in safeguarding your rights yourself because you are the one who has the bank prove false statements. Too bad.

That is why it is important to insist on fairness and correctness. We show you how to get to a correct statement of your interest, and that this is really interesting and not just “peanuts”.

Our services:

  • Analysis of the current situation, statement of risks
  • Creation of Financing Memoranda for new financing and / or debt restructuring
  • Tender services
  • Structuring or optimizing the existing financing and negotiation with banks
  • Creation of a balanced banking portfolio
  • Establishment of a collateral mirror
  • Coordination and assistance in the issuance of bonds
  • Ongoing monitoring of transactions
  • Current Report on business activities with sensitivity analyzes
  • Outsourced finance department
  • Strategic financial planning, balance sheet planning
  • Alternative forms of financing
  • Cash management, liquidity planning
  • Credit provision


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About The Author

Heinz Hofstaetter
Over 20 years of international experience in senior management positions in the areas of consulting, banking, finance, asset management, valuation and Real Assets.