The Capital Structure is an often neglected aspect of businesses planning and analysis. Frequently, entrepreneurs and financiers too eager to start their projects ignore or downplay the role the Structure of Control plays on the success of their ventures.
In a successful venture, three aspects have to be aligned. First, the firm has to be guided by a correct forecast of the market demands. Second, it has to adequately combine the factors of production necessary to bring forth the wanted product. Third, it has to be financed and led by a Capital Structure suited to its needs.
This alignment takes place in an ever-changing world that demands constant reevaluation of forecasts and recombination of the factors of production. It is not a one shot solution determined at the beginning of the entrepreneurial project that leads a venture through a static path; it is an endless process of readjustment of plans in a dynamic setting. That said, if the Capital Structure is not aligned with the market demands and with the factors of production, this continuous rearrangement will be made harder and the survival of a firm will be in jeopardy.
HAIC understands this, and makes the Capital Structure a crucial aspect of its inquiries, studies and actions.