All trade companies use the money as a resource, for which they have to pay. Their management should ensure that those payments are met. Trade companies that constantly make enough profit to pay the market price of their capital usually prosper. The trade companies that are unable in a considerable time period to respond to the active market prices of capital usually do not survive or at least restructure and change their owner.
The correlations in corporate finance are starting point for trade companies management. The Key Management Coefficients illustrate their aims and standards, and direct their managers toward the most productive long-term strategies and most effective short-term decisions.
NCG defines and optimizes the Key Management Coefficients for any type of trade company or business project by developing Analyses, Evaluations, Grounds and Business Plans. On the basis of that NCG also performs efficient Investors Control.