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This book is conducted to meet the purpose of studying the possibility of establishing a private university from global context.In order to make sure that a private university can survive and produce the desired outcomes, feasibility study must be conducted as it is a way to analyze data,information, situation, objectives and calculate system performance.This study focuses on three main considerations - marketing research, financial analysis and operational analysis. A research was conducted with well-designed survey questionnaire,as research tool with 132 respondents as sampling population, focused on their personal judgments in respect of higher education from Global context. All data from questionnaires have been analyzed by SPSS. Another main consideration is the financial analysis by the calculation of a university system performance, according to Churchman''s formula; the system performance was efficient, which would help in decision making to invest or establish a private university.This book emphasized the world wide situation of private higher education, role of private higher education and accreditation process in USA, Europe, Asia as well as Bangladesh.
A substantial and influential literature demonstrates conflicting evidence that director remuneration is either positively or negatively correlated with corporate performance. In some instances, studies suggested to have no link between director remuneration and corporate performance. Research interest in this topic has been further fuelled with the collapse of many multinational banks during the recent global financial crisis. In this research, a re-examination of the link between director remuneration and firm performance in the big four Australian banks is being conducted. We used both financial data and non-financial data. Financial data is retrieved from databases such as Aspect Fin Analysis and banks’ annual report and non-financial data retrieved from various newspaper and other available publications. Overall this we found there is no relationship between director remuneration and firm performance in the big four banks for the period pre, during or post Global Financial Crisis. These findings also hold true with a lag and lead years and goes on to suggest that the relationship between the director remuneration and performance dosen't forge a link in the long term as well.
This book deals with the overall concept of Mutual Funds which is a very popular investment avenue. It is based on my study which deals with the performance analysis of few selected equity diversified mutual funds in context with the global financial crisis of the year 2008. The effect of this crisis on return generated by mutual funds(performance)has been analysed through Correlation, ANOVA, t-test coefficient of variation, Sharpe Ratio, Alpha, Beta, R Square and similar statistical tools and tests. An in depth analysis of the of Mutual Funds types and the role of Mutual Funds in the financial market is also discussed in details here along with an overview of the Indian Financial Markets.Thus the reader would be able to get an exhaustive understanding of the performance of Mutual Funds during the global meltdown and in the so called recovery phase that is before and after the year 2008. This book addresses all these issues in Mutual Funds in a concise and precise manner so that the readers and research scholars can find all the relevant information in one place. It will help all the stakeholders of the mutual fund industry in India to make better informed decisions.
This study examined the impact of corporate governance on the performance of non financial firms in Nigeria stock Exchange. This was with a view to determining the relationship between the corporate governance variables and firm performance. Data on Corporate governance variables and firm performance were collected and analysis using panel data analysis to determine the influence of corporate governance on the performance of firms in Nigeria Stock Exchange worst affected by the last financial crisis. And particularly it highlighted the contrasting behavior of non-financial firms of Nigerian Stock Exchange with or without a Cronyman.
This book is dedicated to measuring and managing performance of one of the most promising sector of the economy – the telecommunications sector. Hyper competition, almost unlimited possibilities of development, rapid growth and permanent requirements for new investments, have made decision- making in telecommunications especially dependent on the quality financial information. From this starting point we have presented possibilities of the analytical tools used in the financial analysis for evaluation and performances’ projecting that is of particular relevance to existing and potential investors. On this ground we have considered key determinates and presented a list of the relevant indicators that could be used as early warning signals for the risk assessment of short and long term financial risks. This book is dedicated primarily to the managers and investors. At the same time, it may be valuable for regulators in the telecommunications sector, as well as for the economic policy creators, especially in countries where the privatization process has not been completed jet.
Since last two decades or so, the global business world had been redesigned by the forces of globalization, privatization, liberalization and technical development. Companies have adopted competitive pressures by way of mergers, acquisitions and demergers. Under different dynamic situation profitable growth of business can be achieved successfully if as a strategic tool merger is adopted. M&A provides opportunities for companies to increase wealth of shareholders. The book has been divided in six chapters. The First section deals with the concept and introduction of M&A, the second chapter is exclusively devoted to conceptual framework of M&A, the third chapter tells all about review of literature based on study conducted in India and abroad in different countries. The fourth chapter portrays about research methodology, financial and statistical techniques for data analysis. The fifth covers analysis of selected mergers of 56 different companies including HUL, TATA coffee Ltd., Zenith Computers, DLF Ltd., Finolex Cables Ltd. The sixth and last chapter is interestingly deals findings & most important aspect and also highlighting the effect of merger on financial performance.
Many industrial and emerging markets around the world have witnessed an intense and accelerated process of the consolidation of banks with a view to achieving effective and efficient operations consistent with the best practices of financial services. In Nigeria, the motive of the consolidation exercise was to tackle the crises that engulfed the banks, some of which include mismanagement, fraud, insolvency and under-capitalization. However, the implication of consolidation activity on the financial performance of banks has been one of the defining issues in the consolidation literature that needs to be investigated. This book empirically examines the impact of consolidation on the financial performance of the listed banks in Nigeria. Statistical techniques of data analysis such as bi-variate regression analysis; t-test; the Wilcox-on signed ranked test and descriptive statistics were used. The results show that there is a huge surge in capital availability for banks in Nigeria as a result of consolidation. However, the large amounts of assets placed at the disposal of the management for the operations of the banks in the post consolidation period have not been used efficiently.
Better analysis for more accurate international financial valuation International Financial Statement Analysis provides the most up-to-date detail for the successful assessment of company performance and financial position regardless of country of origin. The seasoned experts at the CFA Institute offer readers a rich, clear reference, covering all aspects from financial reporting mechanics and standards to understanding income and balance sheets. Comprehensive guidance toward effective analysis techniques helps readers make real-world use of the knowledge presented, with this new third edition containing the most current standards and methods for the post-crisis world. Coverage includes the complete statement analysis process, plus information on income tax accounting, employee compensation, and the impact of foreign exchange rates on the statements of multinational corporations. Financial statement analysis gives investment professionals important insights into the true financial condition of a company. With it, realistic valuations can be made for investment, lending, or merger and acquisition purposes. The process is becoming increasingly complex, but this book helps readers deal with the practical challenges that arise at the international level. Understand the accounting mechanics behind financial reporting Discover the differences between statements from around the world Learn how each financial statement element affects securities valuation Master analysis for clues into operations and risk characteristics Amid an uncertain global economic climate, in today's volatile international markets, the ability to effectively evaluate financial statements is a critical skill. Standards and conditions are continuously evolving, and investment professionals need a strong, up-to-date resource for the latest rules and best practices. International Financial Statement Analysis provides this and more, with clarity and expert advice.
This well organized research project under the title of performance of agricultural cooperatives and their implication on members’ satisfaction was examined the basic managerial, financial, marketing and social roles or functions of agricultural cooperatives. To come up with the insights (results, conclusion and recommendations) the research has used both qualitative and quantitative data from primary and secondary sources with appropriate analytical tools for each cooperative performance indicators such as document analysis for managerial performance, ratio analysis for financial performance, marketing margin and variance analysis for marketing performance and econometric analysis for social performances. Moreover, the secondary data were supported by first hand investigated, analyzed and tested data (descriptive and econometric models). Therefore, I strongly recommend that all academicians and practitioners in business field in general and cooperatives field in particular to purchase this convenient hand book from the highly regarded academic publisher LAP.