Value-Maximizing Medium & Long-Term Strategy

Our Value-Maximizing M&LT Strategy module is normally provided to clients in conjunction with other modules as part of an in-depth strategic review for a client, in particular: Competitive Advantage & Benchmarking Analysis, Growth Strategy & Systems, Industry & Market Studies, Corporate Structure & Equity Market Strategy and Market Signals Analysis.

Value-maximizing strategy tends to be based on asset investment and related HR strategies that focus on deploying a company’s core skills and competitive advantages in markets with significant value growth potential. This way a company can grow market share in an expanding market. AWR Lloyd helps its clients identify core skills, areas of current and latent competitive advantage – and market growth potential.

We advise on the formulation and implementation of medium and long-term corporate strategic plans designed to maximize shareholder value. If a company focuses on its core areas of competence it can divest ‘non-core’ businesses and reinvest the proceeds from divestment in expanding its core businesses.

For example: AWR Lloyd advised a Southeast Asian energy technology company over a number of years on the formulation of a global strategy to develop and commercialize its fuel cell and energy storage technologies. AWR Lloyd considered alternative applications including storage for wind and solar power, grid-based electricity trading and mobile electricity storage. We analyzed the economics of competing technologies and developed a long term business plan and strategy. We also provided a development-stage probability-based discounted cash flow and multiples based valuation of the company and its technologies as a support for raising funds and capital from government and private equity fund sources.