Corporate Finance

Corporate Reporting – Question & Answers

What do you mean by Corporate Reporting? Corporate reporting in the Indian context refers to the process of disclosing financial and non-financial information about a company’s performance and activities to its stakeholders. This reporting is essential for maintaining transparency, accountability, and building trust among investors, regulatory bodies, employees, customers, and the general public. Corporate reporting …

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Corporate value addition and Economic Value Addition

“Corporate value addition” and “Economic Value Added (EVA)” are concepts that focus on measuring the value created by a company’s operations and financial decisions. Let us delve into each of these concepts: Corporate Value Addition: Corporate value addition refers to the enhancement of a company’s overall value through various strategies, actions, and decisions. It encompasses …

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MBA Case Study Question & Answer

Develop a Public Relations campaign for IRDA to help create awareness about the Life Insurance sector and to educate policyholders about their rights. Title: Empowering Lives: The IRDA Life Insurance Awareness Campaign Objective: The primary objective of this Public Relations campaign is to generate awareness about the Life Insurance sector and educate policyholders about their …

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CU 2021 Solved paper| BBA Hons| Financial Management Solved question paper of Calcutta University

1. (a) Z Ltd. takes a loan of Rs. 3,00,000 from a financial institution at 8% p.a. The loan is to be repaid in five equal annual instalments. Calculate the amount of each instalment. To calculate the amount of each instalment for a loan of Rs. 3,00,000 at 8% per annum, to be repaid in …

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Corporate Finance question and answers

SOLUTION: The calculations are done in excel where NPV is calculated using time value of money and IRR value is found which is closest to NPV =0 2. Calculate the Cash Cycle using the following information. (Assume 360 days in a year).Opening BalancesRaw Material 4,00,000WIP 80,000Finished Goods 6,00,000Debtors 2,50,000Creditors 5,60,000Closing BalancesRaw Material 5,00,000WIP 70,000Finished Goods …

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CASH FLOW STATEMENT

MBA & BBA Study Material Reference : ICAI Books Cash Flow Statement Solved Sums and complete books available in the below mentioned link from ICAI https://resource.cdn.icai.org/66496bos53751-cp4-u2.pdf

CASH CONVERSION CYCLE- NMIMS ASSIGNMENT

Q2. What is a Cash Cycle? Explain. Calculate using the following information. (Assume 360 days in a year).     (10 Marks) Opening Balances   Raw Material 1,00,000 WIP 45,000 Finishes Goods 1,35,000 Debtors 6,00,000 Creditors 8,60,000     Closing Balances   Raw Material 2,00,000 WIP 65,000 Finishes Goods 1,25,000 Debtors 5,45,000 Creditors 9,75,000     Costs …

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