Corporate Finance arranges the sale of companies in open sales processes or closed negotiations. We advise on buying companies or investments in major shareholdings in companies and also advise on the buying and selling of operating assets and other financial instruments, such as debt instruments and derivatives.
Corporate Finance advises on mergers and acquisitions, frequently managing such processes from beginning to end. This includes analyzing value-adding components, advising on methodology, managing negotiations and completing deals. We arrange takeover bids for shares in listed companies, the redemption and delisting of listed shares and assist with leveraged buyouts.
We manage the Bank’s investment portfolio which involves participating in clients’ investments and underwriting.
We perform valuations of companies and business units in connection with various Corporate Finance projects. We also prepare valuations of other financial instruments, such as debt instruments and derivatives.
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We advise on the financial restructuring of companies and on optimal capital structure.
We advise companies on how to maximize their operating performance. Poor financial performance can lead to weak cash flow and limited profits.
We advise management on how to increase working capital and how to structure new balance sheets and income statements.
We can also advise management on how to improve their financial structure, planning, and fund and debt management.
Corporate Advisory can advise on the Central Bank of Iceland’s three different investment options for investors who wish to bring foreign currency to Iceland. The advantages and disadvantages of each investment option are examined and evaluated and once the investor decides to invest, they are helped through the entire process.
The capital is used for investments in the Icelandic economy or in real estate. The investment is accredited as a new investment which means that it can be sold and the money transferred abroad, so it is therefore not subject to the current capital controls.
The total amount exchanged when the bond is bought passes through a Central Bank auction and therefore a better price is obtained for all the currency.
The investment program gives a better exchange rate on half of the amount invested in; the other half gets the general exchange rate of the Central Bank of Iceland.