Dupont Analysis with Example

Presentation/Project/Slides Transcript Topic: Dupont Analysis Dupont analysis also Dupont model is a financial ratio based on return on equity ratio that is used to analyze a company’s ability to increase its return on equity. It breaks down the return on equity ratio to explain how companies can increase their return for investors. The Dupont analysis looks at three main components of […]

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RISK AND RETURN ANALYSIS OF BEER AND ALCOHOL INDUSTRY

Project/Slides/Presentation Transcript Subject: Financial management Topic: RISK AND RETURN ANALYSIS OF BEER AND ALCOHOL INDUSTRY Slide 1 – RISK AND RETURN ANALYSIS OF BEER AND ALCOHOL INDUSTRY   Slide 2 – OBJECTIVE & METHODOLOGY OF THE PROJECT Objective of this project is to analyze the risk and returns of our Indian beer and alcohol industry. We did our research on five major players of […]

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Bajaj Finserv Revenue segmentation, Cost analysis & Regression analysis

  Project/Slides/Presentation Transcript Topic: Bajaj Finserv Revenue segmentation, Cost analysis & Regression analysis INTRODUCTION Bajaj Finserv was formed in April 2007 as a result of its demerger from Bajaj Auto Limited to further the Group’s interests in financial services. Bajaj Finserv Limited is the holding company for the businesses dealing with financial services of the Bajaj Group. Three key financial sector […]

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Performance Budgeting – Features, Process, Advantages, Limitations

Performance Budgeting refers to a budget in terms of functions, programmes and performance units (functions, activities and projects) reflecting the revenues and expenditures of an Organization or Government.  Performance Budgeting refers to a budget in terms of functions, programmes and performance units (functions, activities and projects) reflecting the revenues and expenditures of an Organization or Government.   Features of Performance […]

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Risk – Causes, Systematic & Unsystematic Risk, Types

Risk – It refers to the degree or probability of loss in the future. Causes of Risk Wrong decision or Wrong timing Term of Investment – Long term investments are more risky than short-term investments as future is uncertain. Level of Investment – Higher the quantum of investment the higher is the risk. Nature of Industry – Risk is higher […]

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Financial Planning and Financial Planning Process

Financial Planning   Financial management helps to determine the financial requirement of the business concern and leads to financial planning.  Financing Planning plays a major role in the areas of financial management such as capitalization, financial structure, leverage and forecasting.  It includes the following important parts – (a) Estimating the amount of capital to be raised (b) Determining the form […]

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Financial Management Introduction – Part 1

Finance is the art and science of managing money. The discipline of finance is concerned with the procurement, allocation, application and disbursement of money by a business entity in order to maximize its return on invested capital. It includes financial services and financial instruments. The subject of finance is divided into two broad categories: Public Finance Private Finance While public […]

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Introduction to Financial Management – Part 2

Go to Part 1 Goals/Objectives of Financial Management – Profit Maximization [Traditional] Shareholders wealth Maximization [Modern] Profit Maximization – It is a traditional and narrow approach which aims at maximization of returns by the firm in terms of monetary resources and increasing the earning per share of the shareholders. Under such approach maximization of profit is the sole objective of […]

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Various Decisions under Financial Management

The various decisions under financial management can be categorized under the following four heads – Investment Decision Finance Decision Dividend Decision Liquidity Decision Various Decisions under Financial Management are –   (1) Investment Decision: The investment decisions are concerned with identification of investment opportunities and efficient allocation and utilization of funds to maximize a company`s profitability in the long run. […]

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Time Value of Money

Basic rule of Time value of Money  “Money received today is worth more than the same money received in the future” Time Value of Money – Shareholders of a business make sacrifices by investing funds into the business now, to reap its benefits in the future, either as dividend along the years or increase in share prices in the future. […]

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