Getting down to business: Acumum Advisory ready to help
Acumum Advisory is looking forward to getting down to business at AFSIC – Investing in Africa. And to helping businesses succeed as we move from global uncertainty to exciting opportunity.
As much of the world edges back towards more normal rhythms of life and work, global businesses are rightly moving their attention from short-term fixes to long-term challenges and opportunities.
For some, it will prove a daunting shift.
The need for precise focus on essential innovation, performance and delivery has never been more important. Success or otherwise may well depend both on what you know and who you know to help you do it.
The need to find a trusted, expert advisory and support partner to help unlock business potential has never more essential.
Acumum Advisory, which is attending AFSIC – Investing in Africa between 11-12 October 2021, fully understands this. Director and managing partner Geraldine Noel has dedicated much of an award-winning career building a proven track record to underline it.
‘Even in the best of times, we know that business is never straight forward, never a certainty,’ she verifies. ‘Company owners, partners and managers must keep attention firmly on achieving strategic goals, and less time concerned about structural, functional and admin matters. Especially when there are companies like Acumum specialising in doing these latter things on their behalf.
‘Our message is clear: you get down to business – we take care of the detail.’
Geraldine, who is a qualified barrister and member of the International Bar Association, cites corporate and tax structuring as an example.
‘Establishing firm legal and financial foundations is an essential factor in business success,’ she expands, ‘requiring specialist knowledge and expertise to achieve. With presence and experience in Malta, Ireland and the UK, Acumum can advise on, set-up and administer corporate structures best suited to individual business needs and optimised taxation arrangements for company or ownership profile.’
The forthcoming AFSIC event, which takes place in London, is seen as an ideal opportunity for Acumum to engage with and discuss requirements with present and future clients. And especially interesting given global trends are those operating in the energy and telecom sectors.
‘There’s an amazing level of innovation taking place,’ confirms Geraldine, ‘driven by exploding consumer demand, technological advances and new business paradigms. As we emerge from global uncertainty, these are certainly going to be such exciting times.
Acumum is helping push the boundaries, advising and supporting companies both new to the market and well-established players. Its specialist intellectual property services can make a critical difference, as an example, helping advise on and create the deserved protections demanded by far-reaching, fast-moving, blurred-border environments.
‘Intellectual property sits alongside and compliments Acumum’s portfolio of other services,’ Geraldine concludes, ‘including commercial advice, licensing, immigration, wealth and estate planning. For any business requiring advisory and support, it’s a comprehensive package.’
Geraldine would be pleased to discuss her views and thoughts further, or any of the services offered by Acumum, whether at the forthcoming AFSIC event in London or on any other suitable occasion. Call +356 2778 1700, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the company’s website at www.acumum.com.