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Cooperation rules

  • Medium or long-term character of investment. A long-term value growth of the companies Swisspol Capital invests in remains its primary goal. The sides implement the established business plan; a preferred period of the completion of outlined plans is 3-5 years. Due to the character of investment, most frequently in the form of share capital, in case of deterioration in the company's financial standing, there is no risk of demanding by the fund the return of invested resources in contrary to e.g. bank loans . The transferred financial means do not have a character of profiteering capital.
  • Acquiring a partner for the undertaking. Upon starting a cooperation with Swisspol Capital PLC, the entrepreneur gains a business partner whose major objective is a construction of an effective company capable of generating long-term profits resulting in a long-term increase in the market value of the enterprise.
  • Verification of the established plan. The preparation of the investment memorandum as well as defining the level of necessary investor capital along with main objectives on which the capital is supposed to be spent, causes that both the Board of Directors and present owners look at their business with criticism and observe limitations and barriers inhibiting the company's development.
  • Absence of financial encumbrance. The employed capital is most often of share character, which in fact means that it requires neither current fees as opposed to bank loans nor high financial securities. At the initial stage of investment, the financial investor gives up profit dividends counting on a higher return-on-investment from the company's value growth.
  • Approval of high investment risk. In contrary to traditional financial institutions such as banks, the financial investor is able to accept a much higher risk charging the investment project. In many cases the entrepreneur will receive financial support even though in the earlier assessment of a bank he did not possess sufficient credit appraisal. The investor is prepared to take such a risk; he profits from his financial participation in the project.
  • Improvement of the organizational culture of the company. The financial investor through his active participation in the work of the Board is a source of accustoming the corporate order in the company. He contributes to the development of the company through the implementation of a transparent organizational system and the creation of effective decision-making processes.
  • Improvement of the competitiveness of the company. The growth of competitiveness is connected with the multifaceted approach of the financial investor towards the company's business. The investor often extorts market research which enables a more accurate recognition of customer expectations, and therefore has the influence on the quality and the assortment of offered services or goods. Under the supervision of financial investor companies often prepare variant plans for the realization of a given strategy, which gives the possibility of fast adjustment to a given market situation. The increase in the attractiveness of the company is as an employer is of great significance as a company with a financial investor's participation is perceived as a workplace offering many opportunities for advancement, and thus becomes a focus of attention of best specialists in a given sector. Recruiting top-notch managers undoubtedly manifests itself in the improvement of the company's competitiveness.