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Financial Analysis Services

Outsourcing Financial Analysis Services to India

India is today the preferred destination for FAO (Finance and Accounts Outsourcing). The success of India's outsourcing firms has ensured that more than 80 per cent of the Fortune 500 companies are off shoring or evaluating the outsourcing of their non-strategic processes now. Read our Financial Case Study on Financial Analysis.

The country with its reputation for IT and ITeS services is a global outsourcing hub for financial services, with half of its BPO revenues coming from the BFSI sector (Banking, Financial Services and Insurance). The size of the global industry for financial services outsourcing is expected to touch $47.6 billion by 2008.Beyond the advantage of lower costs, lies India's talent pool of qualified Financial Analysts and Chartered Accountants with domain expertise in every sphere of the finance arena.

One of these areas is financial analysis - the integration and analysis of information stored in financial systems and other critical data sources across the organization make up Financial Analysis Services from AAA INFOTECH. Outsource Financial Analysis Services to AAA INFOTECH for timely, accurate and reliable results. Please contact us here to outsource your Financial Analysis Services.

Financial Analysis Services offered by AAA INFOTECH

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  • Financial Research & Analysis
  • Corporate financial statements
  • Analysis of financial statements- monthly, quarterly, and annual management reports
  • Analysis of Portfolio structures
  • Analysis of Prospectus, Offer Documents
  • Ad-hoc reports, industry reports (fact books, competitor analysis)
  • Creation and maintenance of databases and libraries
  • Financial ratio analysis, break-even analysis, NPV and IRR analysis
  • Board of Directors and audit committee presentations on financial results, EHS compliance

Benefits of outsourcing Financial Analysis Services

  • Information for action: Outsourcing financial analysis services gives management access to faster and more accurate interpretation of financial data. This enhances decision-making ability so that proactive action can be taken to improve the financial health of the organization.
  • Better technology: Access to improved technology means that data can be used on a regular basis to improve service levels in the company.
  • Business transformation: Cost savings, although substantial (30-50%) are no longer the only reason for outsourcing financial analysis, which can help a business become more competitive by providing better service and quality, continuously innovating in products and processes, thus increasing value to stakeholders.
  • Transparency and regulatory compliance: CFAs the world over are turning to financial services outsourcing to achieve improved financial reporting and regulatory compliance with laws such as the Sarbanes-Oxley Act.
  • Knowledge management: in the financial services industry contributes to the bottomline of the company.

You can bank on our reliability

Financial outsourcing services from AAA INFOTECH are used by financial institutions & banks, broking houses, investors, fund managers, and individual organizations.

We work on establishing the credit-worthiness of the borrowers who typically fit into a profile between $250,000 and $3.5 million. We do this by analyzing data in the source documents such as:

• Form 1003 - transcript of tax return or account
• Corporate financial statements
• Form 1040 - for federal taxes
• Form 413 - personal financial statement
• Form 4506T-dependent and independent verification
• Financial Statements - to assess the financial health of a company
• Business Credit report-providing a summary of key facts such as corporate registration, credit summary, credit ranking score, collections detail etc. This includes analysis using DNBi -a product of Dun & Bradstreet giving a snapshort of a company's credit

We then prepare reports in Excel Spreadsheet. The accuracy and reliability of our reports support managerial decision-making at the banks.