Supplier health check


Planned increase in the purchase volume with a major supplier

Our team advised a  German family-owned  automotive Group in connection with a Supplier Health Check  analysis. 

Our client intended to intensify the cooperation with a  current major supplier but was  uncertain  about the financial prospects  of the  supplier. 

Further details

500 Mio. €
Business volume
0 Weeks
Project duration

Solution & result


We were provided with detailed annual and quarterly reports and bank reporting documents from the supplier.

We focused our analyses on the net financial position, the liquidity forecasts, the underlying profitability and the structure of the shareholders.


We presented our findings and conclusions in a short and focused report and discussed the results with the client in different update meetings. In addition, we summarised the results in the board update format of the client.

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