Factors such as product mix and balance, sales trends, consumer spending habits and seasonality can each have some degree of impact on the value of an inventory. Additionally, rising fuel, utility, and shipping expenses or supplier prices can affect cost structure dramatically; if the margin dollars generated by a company do not increase proportionate to cost increases, the inventory's net liquidation value may decline significantly.
By identifying these crucial factors, Strategy One provides lenders with the leading indicators necessary to identify potential problems before they become too severe and seriously erode the collateral's value. This invaluable insight can be a key in managing companies that are healthy, as well as those already in trouble, or headed in that direction.
Strategy One also provides a customized plan for maximizing asset recovery in liquidation, turnaround or downsizing situations. Based upon the asset type, market conditions, competitive environment, cash reserves and other factors, Strategy One models alternative "what if?" disposition strategies and presents a lucid comparison of projected recovery through going-out-of-business sales, auctions, or other liquidation scenarios.
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