Since its founding in 1995, V Global Holdings and its people have helped redefine the meaning of strategic management and business consulting. The firm has continually broken new ground in advising our clients on strategic transactions, pioneering the expansion of their businesses, and providing new opportunities for our clients and their employees. Victor K. Jung, Chairman, and CEO, has over 30 years of expertise in the Financial Services, Consumer Products, Food, Travel & Leisure, Media, and Real Estate Industries. V Global Holdings is a global management consulting and financial advisory company. Committed to delivering innovation, V Global Holdings collaborates with its clients to help them become high-performance businesses. With deep industry and business process expertise, broad global resources, and a proven track record, V Global Holdings can mobilize the right people, skills, and technologies to help clients improve their performance. The firm has provided advisory services to more than $2B of business transactions in primarily growth-oriented industries of Financial Services, Consumer Products, Food, Travel & Leisure, Media, and Real Estate Industries.

Strategic Management:

We help companies develop the capacity to change continually—and do so without buckling under the pressure of new ways of working or disrupting their ongoing business operations.

Today, companies face a long list of challenges. Workforce reductions. Tight budgets. Stagnant stock prices. And, of course, ever-increasing competition. However, as varied as they are, those challenges all point to one fundamental business imperative: Improve workforce productivity.

To be productive today, a workforce has to do much more than “work harder ” and increase throughput. It must rapidly introduce and ramp up new business processes and technologies; learn new skills and tasks quickly; and increase efficiency to reduce operating costs continuously. At the same time, the company must be able to manage and support that type of productivity across the enterprise. V Global Holdings understands that such productivity results from many complex, interrelated factors, ranging from technology and processes to culture, incentive, and reward systems. To drive productivity, companies must address those factors in an integrated fashion. And they must ensure that those factors come together at all three levels of the organization—the enterprise, the workforce and the individual—to create a complete productivity-enhancing environment.

Financial Management:

Finance Operations create the foundation for high-performance finance. Without an effective finance operations group, the other more advanced capabilities that all CFOs strive to obtain are difficult to achieve. Finance Operations solutions support the CFO with the planning and implementing core back-office services, helping to increase operating efficiencies, improve services, streamline processes and drive cost reductions.

V Global Holdings can assist you in improving operational efficiency and transforming the finance function into a value-added services organization, thereby enhancing decision-making and analysis that will enable the business to support growth.

Sales & Divestitures

Make the Right Exit Choices

If you’re thinking about selling your business, it’s important to make the right choices that protect the value of your investments. You might need to locate a strategic buyer, set up an Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP), pass the company to your family or management, or even go public. V Global Holdings and its Referral Network can provide you with introductions to independent boutique investment banking firms with the expertise you need to orchestrate a strategy for optimal results.

  • Have a knowledgeable, experienced industry specialist at your side to negotiate the best deal possible
  • Improve the value and marketability of your firm
  • Tap into a support network that can manage the sale process and serve as an emotional buffer between buyer and seller
  • Chose the right strategy
  • Leverage Industry Expertise

Through our Referral Network, V Global Holdings clients are referred to a third party, independent investment banking boutiques. Services of the third party investment bank are provided pursuant to a separate arrangement between you and the investment banking firm.

Mergers & Acquisitions:

The Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A) market surged in 2004, bolstered by an improving economy and significant liquidity in the debt and equity markets. Investors are aggressively pursuing good businesses and valuations are improving, making it a good time for private business owners to evaluate their strategies. For enterprise values of $5 million (minimum value), V Global Holdings provides introductions to independent boutique investment banking firms with regional and industry expertise.

  • Work with a skilled advisor to orchestrate a sale and reach interested parties.
  • Leverage an M&A specialist’s expertise to assess offers and help you choose the right sale or merger option.
  • Increase the likelihood of locating buyers, maximizing your value, and closing successful

Through our Referral Network, V Global Holdings clients are referred to a third party, independent investment banking boutiques. Services of the third party investment bank are provided pursuant to a separate arrangement between you and the investment banking firm.


Strengthen Your Business’ Financial Standing

If your business needs to raise capital to fuel growth, fund acquisitions, or achieve shareholder liquidity, consider taking advantage of V Global Holdings and its partners’ services. For enterprises with a minimum value of $5 million, V Global Holdings can provide introductions to its network of specialized, independent investment banking boutiques with specific industry and execution expertise.

  • Get help from a skilled advisor to raise capital more effectively
  • Work with a corporate finance advisor to achieve your growth or acquisition financing goals
  • Leverage return on investment/shareholder value
  • Choosing Between Debt and Equity Financing

Before you begin trying to raise funds for your business, it is important to determine whether debt or equity financing is more appropriate for your needs. V Global Holdings has access to angel investors and a network of financial institutions to fund your business.

The first step is preparing a thoughtful business plan that identifies the growth opportunities and outlines the financial costs of pursuing such opportunities. You will need to consider your company’s operating history and the degree of ownership you wish to maintain to determine what kind of capital is right for your business. You can then choose among various funding sources and decide which would be the most efficient way to capitalize your company.

Debt Financing:

If your company has a solid operating history and ample assets, you may be able to secure a bank loan. When interest rates are low, as they have been recently, this can be a cost-effective way to finance business growth. When you borrow money, your cost is known and you don’t relinquish ownership of your enterprise.

Senior debt is usually available only to companies with assets that can be pledged in case of default. Collateral might include business property, real estate or even accounts receivable. You also may use personal assets, such as a securities portfolio, to support a loan made to your company.1 Most young businesses will not qualify for senior debt.

Lenders generally require a history of cash flow generation that will be sufficient to pay the interest on the debt and eventually repay the principal.

Mezzanine Financing:

When you would prefer to finance growth with debt rather than with equity, but additional senior debt is no longer available to your company, you might consider mezzanine financing. Mezzanine financing is a form of “junior” or “subordinated” debt that fills the gap between equity issuance and senior debt loans. The appetite for mezzanine financing has risen in recent years because of a conservative senior debt market.

Mezzanine financing, which is repayable only after the senior debt has been paid, carries a higher interest rate than senior debt to compensate lenders for assuming greater risk. Those high-interest rates pose more operating risk than equity capital, which doesn’t require regular payouts. Frequently, subordinated debt is used for recapitalizations and acquisitions.

Equity Financing:

If you are leading a start-up that will not qualify for senior debt, equity capital may be the only practical way to finance growth. With equity financing, other parties purchase a stake in your business. Equity financing can come from non-professional investors, such as friends, family or industry colleagues, or from professional venture capitalists.

Other reasons might lead you to favor equity capital over debt. Even when interest rates are low, taking on debt increases operating risk because interest must be paid, in bad and good times alike. In addition, you might be reluctant to become over-leveraged by taking on large amounts of debt.

Many lenders have become less eager to finance business growth in the current economic climate. You might find that you cannot borrow more than three times your company’s cash flow, versus the loans of up to four times cash flow that were available in the 1990s. Raising equity capital may become necessary if you reach a ceiling on borrowing.

Keep in mind that debt and equity capital can work together. Raising sufficient equity capital may strengthen your company’s balance sheet and allow access to senior debt. On the other hand, once you have reached certain levels of debt, you may find that raising equity capital is the only feasible way to finance additional growth.

Selecting the optimal mix of funding sources can be difficult. V Global Holdings can help develop an integrated plan, based upon your unique circumstances, to most efficiently raise the capital you need to support a growing business.


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