"The Experts that create new realities"
We are passionate about trying new approaches and blazing new trails. Corporate Finance is our business. Crossings Advisory can advise you on strategy, mergers & acquisitions, restructuring and business valuation. We’re all about helping companies find new ways to achieve their goals.
We support entrepreneurs in revamping their strategy when they are ready to embrace a new business model and travel new roads. With regard to Strategy we focus on business model innovation, business plans, scenario analysis and change management.
We leverage mergers and acquisitions as an instrument to realize strategic objectives faster. We bring people and companies together when it comes to take-overs, selling you business, selling shares or parts of companies, sale of specific assets and succession. We build bridges to facilitate participations, joint ventures, mergers and partnerships. Crossings Advisory is a member of good standing of the Dutch Corporate Finance Association (www.dcfa.nl).
When it comes to corporate restructuring or handling other special situations, such as conflicts with partners or shareholders, making the right decisions quickly is key. You want to get your company back on track and minimize disruption or damage. In circumstances like that, we will be available and, if needed, step in and take control.
Are you looking for an independent and objective business valuation? Our Register Valuators can provide objective and, if needed, anonymous valuations. During this process, we uncover a company’s foundations and examine all factors that affect its value. Crossings Advisory is a member in good standing of the Dutch Institute of Register Valuators (www.nirv.nl), the European Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts (www.eacva.com) and can, if needed, provide support when it comes to business valuation in a take-over situation, disputes about valuations, impairment tests, economic losses or during litigation.
We’d be happy to meet with you when you’re ready to explore new ways. You can find additional information on www.crossings-advisory.com.