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Strategy and M&A

Mergers and Acquisitions have become a popular business strategy for companies looking to expand into new markets or territories, gain a competitive edge or acquire new technologies and skill sets. But Managing deals is a lot of work. At least that’s how it used to be. At Harbins we have a dedicated team with expertise in strategic research, corporate strategy, and corporate finance that can devise, oversee and help simplify collaboration and accelerate due diligence with efficient workflows. We ensure that you can seamlessly transition through different stages of your deal. Our end goal is to maximise financial return.

The Future Of Mergers With Harbins

Mergers Acquisitions

Mergers & Acquisitions

Mergers and acquisitions can be strategic or financial but either way they can offer a solution to a business problem. On the flip side, they can be a strategic mistake. Let us evaluate and make a corporate strategy for your business.

Strategy Consulting

Strategy Consulting

Our business and corporate strategy focuses on giving your business a competitive advantage over other market participants while delivering  both on customer/client and stakeholder promises.

Harbins Works On Details

We Read The FinePrint

Whether it’s entering a merger, acquiring another business or exiting an engagement, our goal is to ensure that there are no loopholes. We negotiate for your business so that you can end up with a better deal every single time.

Support and services

M&A strategy and corporate planning isn’t a new business strategy but it has certainly evolved. Mergers and Acquisitions can be the answer to a business problem or they can be downright wrong. Our job is to devise a strategy that serves your business goals and objectives. We deal with Stability Strategy, Expansion Strategy, Retrenchment Strategy and Combination Strategy. We will analyse and devise a policy that’s right for you.

Why Are These Audits Necessary

Why Are These Audits Necessary?

Conducting proper due diligence is an important aspect of M&A deals. Performing an audit can greatly improve the standing of both the buyer and the seller. This is to ensure that the M&A strategy and its implementation are meeting the originally devised objectives and are not being affected by unanticipated external factors. Furthermore an audit enhances the value of a business because the buyer is more aware of the seller’s financial standing.

Have a look at what our clients say for us



Jonathan Green

Working with Harbins was a dream

My company was going through some financial turbulence. The balance sheets were misrepresented, and the in-house accountants were really confused about how to handle the situation. While physically our business was doing great, the profits weren’t rightly reflected on the sheets.

We were desperately looking for someone to take over and sort the problems for us. Luck was on our side when we got to discover Harbins. The people there are really talented. Plus, they are nice!



George Charles

Harbins showed me the new growth direction

My business operated under the entertainment sector, and we were soon draining out of new avenues to discover. Things were stagnating, and we’d hit the wall soon if we didn’t discover Harbins.

We opted for consultation services from Harbins and got to know of the right growth areas once they worked up their magic on our business. Not only that, we then got to know that our accounts weren’t rightly organized as well. They helped us in that domain as well.



Jack Richard

Harbins got my accounts right

Harbins got our balance sheets pretty sorted. We also got to know of a few accounting errors that we were making. Thanks to Harbins, our reports are sorted with no questionable elements in there.

We then even got to know of the room for growth for our business. Once the profits were rightly stated on our sheets, we discovered that we have more budget to invest in expansion strategies. With the right fuel to fire our growth, we almost doubled our profits last quarter.

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