Our independence is important to us.
Saga Nagoya Securities corporate services are not owned by a lender. We do not engage in the practice of accepting reciprocal work from lenders that would more than likely cease if we did not funnel business to them.
Whilst many lenders or brokers endeavor to promote a single product – either because they are targeted as such or because of an absence of alternatives – Saga Nagoya Securities is totally independent and impartial. This simply means that we will recommend the financial product that is best suited to our client’s interest.
We listen to your needs
It has been our experience that a significant number among those purporting to specialize in financing business tend to spend most of their time talking rather than listening. This is because, most of the time, they only have one solution to offer.
Saga Nagoya Securities approaches every conversation about business funding with our mouths shut and our ears open. Frankly, until such time as we’ve understood your business’ circumstances and requirements, there is little chance that we’ll be able to recommend a solution that best accommodates you.
Needless to say, once we’ve listened, we will undoubtedly ask questions. Those questions are probing by design and are intended to gain a deep and intimate comprehension of your business and how it operates. Then, and only then, can we begin to look at various permutations for financing.
Each and every business is different. Some prioritize the minimization of interest whilst others wish to minimize payments. Some need to leverage tax positions or avail themselves of various commercial circumstances. In order to make an informed decision, each business needs to have choices.
Saga Nagoya Securities role is to present you with the broadest possible selection of options and then allowing you the time to decide. We remain on hand to answer queries and discuss the pros and cons (if any) of each potential solution.
Saga Nagoya Securities professional business advisers realize that what appears to be the cheapest headline interest rate may not necessarily be the most cost-effective for your business. A prime example of this is when the lender offering the cheapest rate also happens to levy the largest charge for asset valuations, audits or tie-ins.
It goes without saying that we’ll guide you through the potential impact all the various options might have on your business and we’ll be happy to leverage our extensive case history to illustrate how companies in a similar situation have fared using the facilities we put in place.
Regardless of how successful and profitable your business is, there comes a time when external expertise is needed to help drive expansion forward. Perhaps the addition of another business stream or the acquisition of additional plant and machinery or, indeed, another company finds you at a loss as to the most expedient route to take.
Our process starts with consultation at senior management level, security leadership and other stakeholders with the aim of understanding the issues of your brand, your culture, goals and associated objectives and the setting of expectations for the assessment.
This process centers on the methodical gathering of information which identifies and prioritizes assets, threats, vulnerabilities, losses, critical financial data and the protection afforded by existing measures.
Based on this information, the Saga Nagoya Securities professionals examine potential security gaps and propose carefully-thought-out strategies to mitigate risks and safeguard critical business functions and human assets.
Saga Nagoya Securities professionals present these strategies in a detailed report and an executive summary. In addition, the risk relationships between assets, threats, loss probabilities, and vulnerabilities are identified and quantified.
Saga Nagoya Securities provides feedback and conducts follow-up consultations with a view to offering any fine-tuning required or dealing with any new issues.