Review Procedure

Once the scope of the assignment or the matter(s) has (have) been clearly established and G-Corporate Advisory engaged, G-Corporate Advisory will commence its work. G-Corporate Advisory will need access to your organisation’s documents, speak to staff and external Parties such as Accountants, Lawyers and other Consultant and Parties in order to perform its work. 

There will be instances where G-Corporate Advisory will engage external Parties in relation to the assignment or to your matter(s) to obtain independent or expert advice or the gathering of data. The gathering of data may involve quantitative and qualitative methods depending on the assignment or the matter(s). The external Party(ies) engaged by G-Corporate Advisory will be responsible for the information and recommendation(s) provided to you via G-Corporate Advisory. Prior to engaging any other Party(ies) for your assignment or matter(s), G-Corporate Advisory will seek your approval as to the suitability of the Parties. Any initial communication with external Parties will involve written correspondence.

Generally, it is difficult to ascertain the length of the assignment or the matter(s) because of possible multifactorial variables of the assignment or the matter(s). G-Corporate Advisory may not be in a position to provide a written periodic progress of the assignment or matter(s) because of the access to suitable information; but is open to discussing the progress (if appropriate) with the organisation or their delegated representatives.


First Consultation

At the first consultation, G-Corporate Advisory will begin by clearly understanding your organisation’s matter. You will need to have some relevant documents relating to the matter(s) and/or concerning your organisation.

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Final Consultation

The final consultation commends reports/findings to your organisation. In this stage, G-Corporate Advisory will personally present a summary of the assignment and take further questions from your organisation, if necessary.

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