Corporate Finance Analyst
Construction dynamic DCF models (unlevered free cash flow) for projects above USD$1M. Typical project size is around USD$3M-USD$10M
Metrics used to determine investment profitability include: NPV, IRR, MIRR, Profitability Index, payback period, EBITDA, ROIC, EVA.
Scenario analysis and real option analysis to determine project uncertainties how such investments affect the company’s finance mix.
Conduct extensive due diligence for all the projects being analyzed, which operate in most of the company areas.
Construction of the company’s MD&A (Management Discussion and analysis), where emphasis is placed on accounting based and returned based analysis from the company’s topline (both retail and real estate segment) for distribution to C-level executives as well as VPs.
Bottom-line analysis for companies using specific company metrics
Construction of end year financial adjustments to comply with IFRS requirements
Construction of business case for business diversification.
Involved in the formulation state with special involvement in the analysis and strategy formulation stage.
Construction of a dynamic DCF model driven by working capital drivers as well as management case for the holding company (balance sheet, income statement, cash flow).
Dynamic model presenting different management scenarios based on capital budgeting analysis.
Extensive sensitivity analysis of main company drivers to determine potential risk and potential opportunities
Conduct analysis of annual company’s CAPEX budget and rank projects based on risk-reward and cash flow requirements while maintaining sound leverage policy.
Part of the team leading the change in the company accounting principle towards IFRS (International Financial Regulatory Standard).