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The rationale behind this study is to explore performance of Citibank, N.A. Bangladesh which is reflected on its financial statements and to provide some comments to improve its banking business. This study is carried out by observing several financial ratios, analyzing trends of various elements of Citibank’s past four years performance results. I have used correlation and regression tools by applying SPSS software package to determine the degree of relationship between variables with their significance. A hypothesis is formulated to test whether there is a positive correlation among the financial performance measured by return on assets & interest income, and the independent variables. Financial performance analysis is the most imperative section which covers the focal findings of the study. Financial highlights, common size financial statements, key financial ratios, regression and trend analysis tools are applied to assess the financial performance of the bank. Formulated hypothesis is tested in the last part of this section using correlation matrix. Final section shows SWOT analysis of the selected bank suggests some areas of perfection and draws a conclusion.
Indian pharmaceutical industry has played a key role in promoting and sustaining development in the vital field of medicines. The goal of financial performance analysis is to determine the efficiency and performance of firm’s management, as reflected in the financial reports. The analyst attempts to measure the firm’s liquidity, profitability, and other indicators that the business is conducted in a rational and normal way? ensuring enough returns to the shareholders to maintain at least its market value. In this context an attempt has been made an analysis of financial performance of pharmaceutical companies to understand how management of finance plays a crucial role in the growth. The study has been undertaken for the period of twelve years from 1997-98 to 2008-09. In order to analyze financial performance, various accounting ratios and statistical techniques have been used. In this context an attempt has been made an analysis of financial performance of pharmaceutical companies to understand how management of finance plays a crucial role in the growth. The book is a modified version of research project report financially supported by UGC, India.
The Research revolves around the Indian Financial and Banking Industry with key focus and reference of one of the leading private sector Bank in India i.e. HDFC Bank Ltd. From shareholders and stakeholders perspective, there are several aspects which are needed to be kept in mind while making any business decisions. It highlights around the key promoting factors which serves as a measuring tools of performance and performance indicators.
The insurance scenario in general and the life insurance in particular has undergone a massive change after liberalization with the entry of private sector insurers. Naturally, an interest has been created to know how the insurers are faring in the post-liberalized environment, particularly the erst-while monopoly public sector company. The study focuses on the financial performance analysis of the insurers in India. The analysis is based on (i) financial parameters under the CARAMELS framework, and(ii) Data Envelopment Analysis (two input-two output model)followed by Spearman's rank correlation and t-Test.The results of the analyses show that the sole public sector behemoth,namely LIC, outperformed all the private insurers. The correlation study between the ranks obtained from the two analyses points to a significantly high level of relationship. A trend analysis is also made on important revenue and cost variables of public and private insurers. Application of mean difference test on those variables points to a significant difference between the two sectors. We hope that the book will be immensely useful to policy makers, insurers,regulators, researchers, and students.
The research has discussed about financial performance of HSBC and has analyzed the financial performance of the major competitors in a comparable format. For ease of understanding the study has been segmented into six chapters, each of which are assigned in a sequential order to reveal into main findings. The first part of the study discussed its origin, objective, scopes, methodologies followed and limitations. The second part of the study depicted information regarding organizational overview of HSBC, which has covered the historical background, introduction of group, products, organizational structure and different activities of HSBC in Bangladesh. The third part shows the financial analysis of HSBC and the fourth chapter focuses on competitor analysis. Then fifth chapter comes up with findings of the analysis while sixth chapter focuses on recommendations and conclusions. The competitors analyzed in this report along with HSBC are Standard Chartered Bank, Citi NA, Prime Bank, BRAC Bank, Dhaka Bank and Bank Asia. Financial analysis in the third and fourth chapter has been done with some key statistics. Figures are shown in a compatible form and summarized in appendices.
This research study is on financial performance analysis of general insurance companies in India in the post-reform period (2000-2008). All the eight chapters of the study have been designed in a coherent manner. Chapter 1 introduces the study including the research methodology adopted. Chapter 2 discusses review of various books, articles, research works etc; and identifies the research gap. Chapter 3 discusses the development of the general insurance business in the pre-nationalization era and also in the post- nationalization period. Chapter 4 discusses the reforms initiated and the regulatory measures adopted. Chapter 5 analyses the financial performance of the public sector companies during the period before and after the entry of the private players. Chapter 6 analyses the financial performance of the private sector companies. Chapter 7 undertakes a detailed comparative study of the financial performance between the public and the private players; and attempts to trace the relative strong and weak points of both the sectors. Chapter 8 narrates the findings of the study, and the researchers’ suggestions on the basis of the findings of the study.
The main objective of the study is to identify what is the current performance of Ambo Farmers Cooperative union in financial management. Because financial analysis is one of the major types of analyses commonly used to assess activity feasibility. It is used both as a tool during activity development and as a test of a completed activity design. It is to determine the adequacy of the funds to be provided for financing all activity resources; to ascertain whether monetary benefits to be derived from the activity are larger or smaller than the activity's costs; to judge whether results would be produced at the lowest practical cost. Financial ratios used with its standard to determine whether the union`s financial performance was within a given range of standard or not.
This Project book is the original work of the author that was prepared by referring different relevant documents to provide the conceptual and theoretical foundations of financial management theory. It was prepared for the purpose of earning the MBA degree. It discusses the concept of financial performance analysis in case commercial banking sector. In order to achieve the research objectives the study employed financial ratio analysis of Ethiopian Commercial banks during 2008-2012. The background area, methodology, discussion, conclusions and recommendations were stipulated inside the paper. The findings was arrived at by employing T-test hypothesis to check the difference between operational efficiency, liquidity management, assets management, profitability position among selected Commercial banks in Ethiopia.
Financial Management is that managerial activity which is concerned with the planning and controlling of the firm’s financial resources. The subject of financial management is of immense interest to both academicians and practicing managers. It is of great interest to academicians because the subject is still developing. The objective of the study is to obtain true insight into the Financial Performance and Analysis of the NTPC (RSTPS). To study the performance of NTPC in the Stock market, viz., comparison with the Private Sector Power Company. The Findings from the study on “Financial Performance Analysis of NTPC Ltd.” From the Balance Sheet Trend Analysis, it is clear that there is an improvement in the financial performance of NTPC as the Total has increased from 100 to 164.76. Conspicuous among the items which have shown a greater increase are: Reserves & Surplus, loan funds, capital work-in-progress, investments and loans & advances. 1. From Trend Analysis and Ratio Analysis, it is found that the present Financial Performance of NTPC is satisfactory.
The field of financial management requires from financial executive to measure the performance by using best tools. The effectiveness of ratio analysis cannot be neglected because of its wide contributions in measuring financial performance. The aim of this research study is to analyze the effectiveness of ratio analysis, as important tool for measuring the performance of organization by applying the ratio analysis on commercial banks of Pakistan. The general tools of ratio analysis attempts to measure the financial performance in terms of profitability, solvency, asset management (efficiency), debt management, shareholders and market.
The analysis of financial statement is a process of evaluating the relationship between component parts of financial statements to obtain a better understanding of the position and performance of a firm. The first task of the financial analyst is to select the relevant information from the total information contained in the financial statements. Financial statements are the instruments watch out the performance of a business enterprise. They highlight a managerial performance attesting managerial success or failure and the flashing signals of impending difficulties. Ratio analysis is technique of analyzing the financial information contained in the balance sheet and Profit & loss account for more meaningful understanding of the financial position and performance of firm.The field of financial management requires from financial executive to measure the performance by using best tools. The effectiveness of ratio analysis cannot be neglected because of its wide contributions in measuring financial performance. The aim of this research study is to analyze the effectiveness of ratio analysis, as important tool for measuring the performance of organization by applying the ratio analysis
Financial institutions have key roles in providing financial service to their existing and potential customers. Generally speaking as a financial institution, banks have typical roles for the growth of an economy of a country now a day’s many sources reveal the huge contribution of banks by emphasizing their intermediary worldwide service in Ethiopia; new private owned banks emerged now they are in a position to exert their full efforts in order to maintain good performance. This book, therefore, demonstrates the technique to evaluate the financial performance bank inking industry. The author used case study research design to acquire pertinent and appropriate answers for the research questions
Traditional performance measures Return on Assets, Return On Capital Employed, Return on Net Worth, Earnings Per Share, etc., have been used as the most important measure of shareholder value creation. But in the recent years, value added measures Economic Value Added (EVA) and Market Value Added (MVA), which measure performance in terms of change in value have received a lot of attention. The reason behind this is that the financial performance of a business organization is measured from the shareholders’ value point of view. Value added represents the wealth created by an enterprise during a specified period. No companies can survive and grow, if it fails to generate value to its shareholders. In this study an attempt is made to examine the financial performance of traditional measures and modern measures. According to our study, it is revealed that Economic Value Added (EVA) is having more explanatory power in driving shareholder value and it is the most significant variable for explaining Stock Market Return.
Ratio Analysis measures operational efficiency as well as the financial position of the company. Ratio analysis is widely used for performance analysis. Ratios are systematically used to interpret the Financial Statements, strengths and weakness of a firm as well as its historical performance and current financial condition. It helps in studying the inventory control and the ability of organization to meet up its liabilities. Analysis also helps in understanding the profit earning capability against the sales figure.
Indian is a reputed name in the world of Information Technology. Over the last few years Indian IT Sector is gaining the pace and attract all the IT majors from all around the world. It is one of the fastest growing IT market in Asia-Pacific region. Indian IT Sector facilitates Indian economy to grow further and gradually becomes one of the major contributors to Indian GDP. But China, Russia, Taiwan and Vietnam are also upcoming IT superpowers and can able to give a cut-throat competition to Indian IT industry. Hence, the present study is conducted to examine the actual financial scenario of this industry and to check whether it will continue its growing phase or able to hold the leadership position to next decade. To facilitate the financial analysis of the industry ratio analysis along with the statistical method regression analysis are used in the present study. Ratio analysis is used to compare past and present performance whereas regression analysis is adopted to quantify the linear relationship between liquidity and profitability. These analyzes help to understand the performance of Indian IT Sector.