Financial Management

Having strong financial management capability can facilitate quality decision making that supports your growth strategy. By developing financial resilience, and optimising allocation and deployment of internal resources, you can potentially improve your company’s profitability and sustainability in the long run.

Supportable Activities

A financial management project may encompass one or more of the following areas:

  • Developing a robust financial framework and a set of key indicators to manage and optimise the deployment of financial resources
  • Reviewing and establishing policies such as internal controls to strengthen corporate governance and promote stakeholder accountability
  • Reviewing and establishing a sound risk management framework for strategic growth
  • Formulating a corporate financial strategy and model to support accelerated growth (e.g. Mergers & Acquisitions)

Non-supportable Activities

The following activities/cost items are not supportable under the CDG as they are considered to be operational in nature and not exclusive or essential to capability development projects:

  • Regulatory compliance costs (e.g. preparing consolidated financial statements, accounting / tax filing services)
  • Drafting of legal documentation for M&A deals (e.g. Sales & Purchase Agreements (SPA), Shareholders’ Agreement, etc)
  • Stand-alone business valuations, investor relations projects, and post-deal purchase price allocations (PPA)

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