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text 2018-04-11 07:04
CFO Email List | CFO Mailing List | CFO Email Database | Chief Financial Officer Email List | Datacaptive

Chief Financial Officers are the vital officials in an organization.A Chief Financial Officer manages the finances of a company by tracking cash flow, analyzing deficiencies, and taking decisive actions, and marketers, by directly approaching them, can bring in revenue and develop high value business relationships.Chief Financial Officer’s role has evolved to include not only financial business analysis and risk mitigation but also key decision making and aiding other C- level executives

 

DataCaptive’s CFO Mailing lists are an up to date repository of Chief Financial Officers that save your organization valuable time and money by connecting salespersons to top rung financial decision makers. Prospecting involves conducting extensive research on buyer persona to identify potential customers and with DataCaptive’s accurate mailing lists of CFOs, your organization can rest assured that the prospects identified are capable of taking business decisions and generating revenue.

 

Getting access to accurate Chief Financial Officer Email lists is the first and most crucial step in the process. However, this task is easier said than done, as these contact details seem to be either exclusive or incorrect. DataCaptive’s Chief Financial Officer Contact list has contacts that are carefully screened after being collected from various sources and have gone through various cleansing, integration, and validation processes. Your organization’s sales teams can now focus on closing high value deals instead of following up on inaccurate and obsolete contacts.

 

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Source: www.datacaptive.com/c-level-executives-list/cfo-email-and-mailing-list
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text 2018-03-20 12:44
Chief Financial Officers Email lists | CFO Mailing Database | CFO B2B Email Lists | Datacaptive

The Chief Financial Officer or CFO, monitors, analyses, mitigates and manages the financial risks that companies face. At Lake B2B we believe that marketers with products and services that would benefit CFOs in carrying out their role more effectively should connect with them directly

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text 2017-10-02 22:52
Money-saving tips that will stop you from overspending

 

You just withdrew money at an ATM, went for a walk around the neighbourhood and, by the time you got home, your wallet’s cleaned out. Then your phone pings with a message from the bank reminding you of another totally unplanned, random purchase. And before you’ve reached the end of your pay cycle, you’re broke and wondering how you got there. Sound familiar? Well, then it’s time for a reality check. Start with accepting that most things you buy are completely unnecessary. Open any closet in your home, and staring at you is most likely a whole mess of things you haven’t used, looked at or even thought about in months. Once you recognize there’s a problem, you can get down to fixing it.

 

Spell it out

 

“Women tend to be impulsive buyers. So what you should do is note down your expenditure. Before buying anything, ask yourself if you really need it and whether you have space to keep it,” says Shikha Bhatnagar, executive vice-president, Bajaj Capital. With debit and credit cards and e-wallets, it has now become easier to spend. A study conducted by Dun & Bradstreet, a business services company, found that people spend 12-18 per cent more when they use plastic money instead of cash. Chartered accountant Dhananjay Paranjpe agrees. “Credit cards create liabilities. They commit your future income for what you buy today. Always ask yourself whether what you’re buying will be an asset or just an expense.” What you also need to do is identify areas you are splurging on—whether it’s dining, shopping, or even cabs.

 

Manage your mood

 

Psychotherapist Dr. Radhika Bapat believes splurging is a coping mechanism. “The occasional impulse buy is normal by itself. But chronic overspending might be an emotional tool. People come to depend on shopping to be happy, to fill those empty spaces, and to run away from themselves.” According to Dr. Lorrin Koran, professor at Stanford University School of Medicine, “People who overspend may also be suffering from other psychological issues. These include mood swings, anxiety and other impulse control problems or addictions.” Dr. Sonal Sheth, psychotherapist and counsellor at Bhatia Hospital, Mumbai, explains how this manifests. “Moods and money habits are related. When people are depressed, they spend money in order to feel in control. It reduces their sense of gloom,” she says. Shopping is also popular among those with low self-esteem. “Objects give people a sense of security,” says Dr. Vasant Mundra, consultant psychiatrist at Mumbai’s Hinduja Hospital. “From childhood, it has been ingrained in us that rewards are a token of love, so we identify objects with emotions. Rewarding oneself is a way of handling insecurity,” she adds. If you are a compulsive spender and think you might be depressed, make an appointment to see a mental health therapist. Find ways to get that ‘high’ that doesn’t involve spending money. You could call friends over for dinner or spend time with family. On your list of priorities, upgrade experiences and people and downgrade material possessions.

 

Think

 

Long-term “Plan in such a way that the moment your salary is credited, a part of it goes into your savings. Only when you instill savings discipline can you cut down on unnecessary spending,” says Surya Bhatia of Asset Managers. He, however, warns that the belt shouldn’t be tightened overnight. “Target 30 per cent savings initially. This can go up to 40 per cent depending on your expenses,” he says. Once you get into the habit, cutting down on spending will be as easy as shopping once was.

Source: devinconsultants.jigsy.com/entries/financial-consultant/money-saving-tips-that-will-stop-you-from-overspending
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text 2017-07-31 08:05
IBS Consultants Corporate Legal Start ups – Structuring

 

Introduction

 

The Start up ecosystem in India has seen tremendous growth since 2010. With over 3000 start ups and 800 more every year, India is the 4th largest country after US and China. This reflects the growing entrepreneurial spirit and risk taking disposition emerging in the country, with most of the founders profiling in the average age group of 32 yrs of age. This is further encouraged by the new Start up policy that has been initiated by our Honourable Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi.

 

While the entrepreneurs/founders have ideas that can be potential game changers, they need to be guided on the policies, procedures, regulations, taxation and other directives that can complement their vision. A start up thus has to deal with a number of issues to grow into a successful organization. In this article, we will look into one of the initial aspects that contribute significantly to the success of the Start up that is “Structuring”.

 

Structuring a Start up

 

Structuring in effect means designing/organising the Start up primarily from the point of view of:

 

  • Choice of legal entity

 

  • Choice of Jurisdiction

 

Choice of Legal Entity

 

Most of the founders/entrepreneurs come from technical backgrounds and need to be guided on the appropriate legal entity and various formalities as it gives the basic identity to the Start up and ensures it does not get into any future legal hurdles.

 

The Start up can choose from any of the entities below:

 

  1. Proprietorship: This works when the idea is new and you want to test at the proof of concept (POC) stage without inviting any investor and to avoid cumbersome legal compliances and expenses.

 

  1. Partnership: This applies when you have two/more partners involved with an idea. For instance when 2 or more enthusiastic IITians come together with an idea and want to do POC of the same. This form again involves bare minimum legal compliances & expenses.

 

Both of the above involve a personal liability in case of any losses/failures associated with the start up

 

  1. Limited Liability Partnership (LLP): This is a very popular entity at the POC stage where the promoters can restrict their personal liability with few legal compliances.

 

  1. Company – Private Limited Company/Public Company: This is suitable for a more matured start up where the idea has been externally validated and is thereby moving on to the next level of growth. At this stage, an investor is typically sought for venture financing options.

 

Choice of Jurisdiction

 

A Start up can opt for inward structuring, whereby the promoter establishes the entity and does business within India. This option is best suited for local business, income & expenses. However, if your idea has a global appeal and has expenses to be payable outside India, then it may make sense to go for an outward structure, i.e. setting up the entity outside India.

 

Further if you are establishing a parent entity within the country or outside, you need to consider various implications. A Start up has to take into account the appropriate jurisdiction of the holding company as it needs to look into tax implications, adequate protection for its intellectual property, venture financing requirements, future potential of business to go global in which case the holding company may have to be shifted to an offshore location in future, and more. The decision has to be analysed from a long term perspective and accordingly structured at the initial stages. The Start up could also opt for an outward structure and choose a location/country with the preferred advantages. Singapore, for instance, has a number of government schemes and grants in various sectors and has also consistently topped the world rankings in ease of business.

 

In effect, structuring the right kind of Start up helps to mitigate future risks and avoid any complications that may arise while the Start up is nearing maturity.

 

In the forthcoming issues, we will cover other aspects affecting Start ups in detail.

 

This article is authored by A. Loganathan, representing India Business Solutions (IBS) which is a boutique advisory firm helping a lot of Start ups in India and Singapore in fulfilling their aspirations.  Loganathan is heading the Singapore operations of IBS and can be reached on loganathan.a@consultibs.sg. Website: www.consultibs.sg

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