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Offshore Investment Banking
Mergers & Acquisitions
Capital Formation

WSO-new-type-logo2Offshore Investment Banking • Mergers & Acquisition
Capital Formation • Financial Advertising

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WSO Process Checklist

The Wall Street Organization, Inc.®employs a proven process in financial consulting and capital formation for companies. This Process is composed of these key components.

  • Engagement Letter with The Wall Street Organization, Inc.® Our engagement commences with a ground-up early stage analysis of your overall business operations.
     
  • Comprehensive Analysis (Due Diligence) The WSO client will be required to supply financial statements, information on their company, management team, company structure, legal matters and other pertinent data including financial projections and revenue models. This overall analysis determines the most appropriate finance and marketing courses of action for their company.Rearranging and tidying up corporate affairs including corporate structure and governance, management and image issues.
     
  • Corporate Clean-up and Strategic Planning Rearranging and tidying up corporate affairs including corporate structure and governance, management and image issues.
     
  • Terms of the Offering We develop along with our independent professional consultants, Terms of the Offering, how much of the client’s company should be sold to raise the required amount of capital and the proposed price per share. Document Preparation Co-ordinate with our professional independent consultants, the preparation of a concise Executive Summary, Offering Memorandum (includes Business Plan), Subscription Agreement, Offering literature, marketing materials and related documents.
     
  • Custom Website Construction and maintenance of the WSO client’s customized state-of-the-art website and search engine optimization.

 


Traditionally, founders of growth companies provide for their early stage business capitalization of $50,000 to $250,000 from savings, friends and family or by maxing out credit cards. Government and bank loans require onerous personal guarantees and the pledge of assets. Venture capital and investment banking firms generally service less than 5% of their potential deal flow, and when they do invest, entrepreneurs lose large equity positions and frequently corporate control.

The Small Business Administration believes there is a $60 billion capital raising gap from $250 thousand to $5 million. WSO services this funding gap. Our clients find a broad international audience for their offerings.

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