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Economic Sectors

Automotive Industry

The automotive industry has recovered surprisingly well since the economic crisis of 2009. It remains one of the world’s leading industries, with positive ripple effects for other industries as well. The market in the Asia-Pacific region is booming, and demand for high-end cars remains strong. Yet traffic gridlock in metropolitan areas, the high cost of fuel, demand for environmentally friendly technologies, and the younger generation’s changing attitude to car buying and mobility are forcing a new way of thinking – a major challenge for makers and their suppliers, both domestic and international.

We’ll be happy to help you face these chal­len­ges. We can pro­vide you with tran­s­pa­rent, mea­ning­ful figu­res for your com­pany, to help you per­form well with both your inve­s­tors and your busi­ness part­ners. For sus­tainable growth, we can deve­lop custo­mi­zed tax solu­ti­ons with you, help set up sound finan­cing struc­tu­res, and pro­vide assi­s­tance for cor­po­rate acqui­si­ti­ons and divest­ments.

We also imp­le­ment and opti­mize cor­po­rate pro­ces­ses and struc­tu­res to help cut costs and opti­mize wor­king capi­tal, giving you the fle­xi­bi­lity you need to remain com­pe­ti­tive. In cri­sis situa­ti­ons, we can help you deve­lop via­ble restruc­tu­ring con­cepts, and assist you in nego­tia­ti­ons with cre­di­tors, all the way to the point of tem­pora­rily assu­ming res­pon­si­bi­lity for ope­ra­ti­ons.

And we’re a strong team inter­na­tio­nally as well, thanks to our relia­ble Nexia net­work.

Our ser­vices at a glance

  • Audi­ting and audit-rela­ted ser­vices
  • Natio­nal and inter­na­tio­nal mana­ge­ment stra­te­gies
  • Advi­sing on tran­sac­ti­ons, rai­sing capi­tal
  • Pre­pa­ring and nego­tia­ting finan­cing con­cepts
  • Orga­niza­tion deve­lop­ment
  • Pro­cess opti­miza­tion all along the sup­ply chain
  • Wor­king capi­tal mana­ge­ment
  • Opti­mi­zing mana­ge­ment con­trol
  • Emp­loyee pos­tings
  • Tem­porary assump­tion of res­pon­si­bi­lity for ope­ra­ti­ons

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