Finalysis was established in 1990 at UCD’s Business Innovation Centre, Dublin by experienced bankers and accounts. The founders identified a critical gap in the financial services market for corporates, offering best-practice strategies delivering high cost savings in their banking and treasury operations.
To advise corporations on :
• Borrowings and best borrowing structures
• Currency strategies and systems
• Cash management and bank deposits
• Bank relationships and relative bank strengths
• Treasury arrangements and appropriate systems
1990 Finalysis Ireland established by Patrick Shallow
2001 Finalysis UK Ltd (Finalysisuk.co.uk) established to address UK Universities and Public Sector
2016 Finalysis and Finalysis UK Ltd have completed some 500 reports for: Irish corporates, Multinationals and Universities
The Finalysis objective is best-fit banking at lowest operating cost!
The combined skills of the team enable Finalysis to develop holistic, rather than silo-based solutions to the corporate banking requirements, straddling multi-currency borrowings, rolling natural hedging and derivatives, plus transparent treasury systems for cash management
Supporting the negotiation of new borrowings and managing the level, cost and structure of company debt.
Managing liquidity, currency and interest rate risk exposures
Managing the cost of other banking activities:
Cash Management and Treasury Systems
Trade Finance and Overdraft Operations
Finalysis proprietary banking and treasury strategies are tailor-made for clients.
Uniqueness of Services
Finalysis reviews deliver high value, €100k per €50m turnover
Benefits repeat annually and continue long after Finalysis report
Highly empowering of the financial controller with a positive impact on the Banking Relationships
Finalysis services are available either on a fixed fee or ‘agreed results’ basis and are thereby fully self-financing, without cost downside
Confidential Reviews are undertaken off-site
Recommendations are non– disruptive and easily implemented. Finalysis brings “Best Practice” to clients