Financial and Commercial Management

Effective Financial and Commercial Skills

 Maximise your profits by reducing costs and risks and develop your commercial relationships.  

Benefits of Financial and Commercial Management

 The key aim of any business owner or employee is to improve the profitability of the organisation, this means not just focusing on the figures. Successful Financial and Commercial Management involves recognition of not just the price and product but also strategic analysis, risk, delivery, strong client and supplier relationships and getting the right people on board for delivering the goods.
Llawnroc Group's Financial and Commercial Management service covers every aspect of this multi disciplined role. It provides best practice techniques and skills to allow you to understand how to choose and win new business, the subtleties of each contract, build lasting relationships, manage and mitigate risk and ultimately contribute positively to the bottom line each time.
Some of the key benefits of our approach are:

  • INCREASE your confidence when faced with financial or commercial decision making.
  • ENABLE you to gain competitive advantage by developing mutually profitable relationships.
  • EMPOWER you and your employees to make financial or commercial decisions
  • ADVANCE your strategic and commercial analysis skills to make profitable decisions.

Other services that may compliment Financial and Commercial


Business Management Solutions


Are you thinking of setting up a new company or a small business looking to develop a new business offering and not sure how to go about turning your concept into reality?

Then our Complete Business Management Solutions will assist with advice, structure and the full understanding required to support you on this journey.


Risk Management

 There are many different elements of risk to consider in a business, all of which have the potential to have a negative effect/ impact unless they are considered fully and where possible designed out.
It is important that every business should have a formal risk management plan, key tasks required to achieve this are:

  • Developing a risk management plan/strategy
  • Developing risk registers
  • Scheme Of Delegated Authority (SODA) Commercial Risk Management
  • Development of policies and procedures
  • Health and Safety compliance
  • HR compliance


Supply Chain Management


Every business will at some point in time have a need to use a supply chain whether that be for services or materials. This can bring risk or upside to your business.

Supply Chain Management can optimise both speed and efficiency. Clients and customers value a fast service however, maximising efficiency does not necessarily mean your costs should sky rocket.