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BTL’s financial engineering team is made up of highly-skilled banking executives in a number of specialist fields. 

Our personal commitment, working style and skills enable us to offer unique, customized technical solutions, including :

  • Restructuring the top end of the balance sheet, restructuring financing in Tunisia,
  • Support for company development in external growth operations,
  • Transferring companies from one generation to the next under favourable conditions,
  • Takeover of a company with a minimum of equity.
Our quality of work and analysis are unmistakable:
  • Monitoring the company’s equity and financial position, including the use of liquid assets.
  • Gathering information on company financial statements and valuing securities (shares and other securities).
  • Handling relations with credit institutions, including BTL.
  • Choosing asset allocation and timing (timing of market entry and exit), in the case of companies with particular liquidity requirements.

These tasks give rise to a series of activities that the BTL financial engineer is responsible for carrying out according to his daily pipe, such as:

  • Advise clients on investment strategies;
  • Analyze and interpret financial data;
  • Study customer financial statements and their form of presentation;
  • Periodic budget planning, calculation and review;
  • Work with and evaluate the entire value chain and present financial statements.
  • Prepare and present financial and economic reports.
Our skills cover cross-disciplinary missions relating in particular to :
Diagnosis :

  • Strategic diagnosis
  • Organizational diagnosis
  • Legal and tax diagnosis
  • Financial diagnosis

Valuation :

  • Asset valuation
  • Cash-flow valuation
  • Valuation by multiples
  • Valuation by comparatives (scales)
  • Valuation by yields
Arrangement and calls for funds :

Possible fund-raising techniques :

  • Capital increase
  • New equity
  • Private equity

Possible merger, takeover or restructuring techniques :

  • Business combinations: mergers, takeovers, spin-offs
  • Company takeovers: sale of controlling interest, takeover bids, public exchange offers
  • Restructuring companies in difficulty

Leveraged buy-outs (LBOs)