Wondering what exactly goes into an investment bank business plan? These types of business plans are typically major business plans that are for multi-national corporations or multi-million dollar businesses. The typical entrepreneur on the other hand most likely will need a business plan for an angel investor, or even more commonly for a standard business lender. However, if you are crafting a business plan for an investment banker, you will need specific elements that typically your investor/lender will ask for. While these will vary from investor to investor and bank to bank, the following sections are often requested in investment bank business plan:
• Profit and loss statements
• Balance sheets
• Cash flow analysis
• Revenue forecasts
While all these are financial metrics—and you will likely be asked to include additional information about your concept, your market, and your competitors—the numbers are the most important thing for investment bankers. That is because they expect a substantial return on their investment and want to see numbers demonstrating that you can accomplish this. Need help putting together figures that can accomplish this in your investment bank business plan? Contact MasterPlans, the business plan writing professionals at 877-453-2011. We have written thousands of business plans for entrepreneurs just like you, and are eager to discuss what we offer. The consultation is free, so why wait?
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