Newpoint helps stakeholders make informed credit and investment decisions through undertaking risk reviews utilising strategic due diligence, industry experience and our networks across Asia-Pacific.
We use in-house developed financial models and tools to assist stakeholders with:
- Financial due diligence investigations on the financial and non-financial viability of a borrower, loan or a builder to facilitate decision making. For example, analysing the financial position of a contract builder prior to awarding a substantial contract or a major tenant before formalising lease arrangements
- Mergers and acquisitions of property related assets or a portfolio of loans. This includes the sale or acquisition of distressed loan portfolios
- Pre-sales and pre-leasing risk reviews when analysing a credit or investment decision, to sensitise and identify the underlying risk of settlement and the financial ability of a tenant to meet contractual obligations
- Risk reviews of individual loans or assets, or to provide comfort on reporting accuracy and status of an entire portfolio. We can also assist with sensitivity and scenario analysis, and strategic options. This includes analysis of the underlying security and borrower and assessing the ability to repay.
Newpoint Advisory is a provider for the NSW Government’s Financial Assessment Services Scheme.
Debenture Issuer had raised $50m for commercial property finance across a range of classes and locations in Australia ranging from $1m-$5m. Concerned about recoverability of loans so we undertook an analysis of the loan portfolio and identified workout strategies for each loan.
Project South West
Lender considering funding a project in South West Sydney and requested a review of the builder’s financial position. We undertook a review of the financial accounts of the builder and prepared a report outlining our findings.
Project North West
Review of 60 pre-sales completed for a Major Trading Bank considering funding a project in North West Sydney. We undertook a review and prepared a report which noted significant deficiencies in the pre-sales contracts.
Project Sydney NSW
Local Council was funding a significant accommodation and conference centre in Sydney and requested a review of the subcontractor’s financial position and structure.