Ratio analysis helps in identifying how a firm is utilizing its resources, how it is managing its cash flow and how much profit it is able to earn on the investment the firm has made and these ratios are helpful for the management to make certain decisions like whether the management should raise more capital from debt or not, how much capital structure of the firm is risky at the moment, does the firm has sufficient working capital etc. In addition to this, these ratios are used by investors, shareholders, competitors, suppliers, distributors and other stakeholders of the company in order to analyze the performance of the firm against other competing firms in the industry and they also make their decisions using these financial ratios. Ratios are used by the management of the firm to predict the future performance as well as compare the performance of the firm against their own performance and performance of other firms in the industry. In addition to this, the seminar was helpful as the concept of benchmarking was explained in an interesting way. The way management uses benchmarking techniques to analyze the performance of the firms and how benchmarking is used to set targets and goals was also explained in the seminar. Concepts as well as implications of different ratios were demonstrated in the seminar in a way that it helped in improving the knowledge and now I am able to better understand the concept and how people used it. There were different concepts and ratios explained and the use of these ratios was explained which was helpful for me in having a better idea of th
The seminars and workshops conducted throughout the semesters have been very helpful in making me aware about how firms are making use of different concepts in the real world that I have learnt throughout the semester. In addition to this, these seminars and workshops are helpful in learning from the experience of some of the top management people in different organizations as they share their own experience as well…
(Businessweek 2013) It also runs minor operations that include the management of medical centers as well as the conduct of seminars and trainings for medical practitioners. (Reuters 2013) SHL’s revenues for the fiscal year ending 30 June 2012 were generated from the following business and geographical segments: It is clear that the Company’s operations in Australia make up the bulk of its revenue sources; the same revenues mostly arise from the range of its pathology services.
This project examines critical elements and concepts in Financial Reporting and Regulation. It includes the examination of the concept of earning management, an element of creative accounting. It also examines the concept of impairment and how it relates to financial reporting. The paper is written in two parts.
This has been possible through continued exploitation of natural resources in developing countries governed by unstable governments. There is massive transfer of capital in form of debt to the emerging markets from the developed nations. The poor countries on the receiving end have poor legal systems that attract the ventures of multinational corporations, who desire the less regulated economy for quick profitability than their highly regulated home economies (Fight 2006).
This report would discuss on a particular case as to how an individual may be able to utilize a saved amount of funds after he has reached his retirement, which approach may prove to be a better approach for the individual and which stock should he select to invest depending on different factors that need to be taken into consideration.
The new perspective has a revised logic based on intangible resources, relationship as well as co creation of values. The traditional model of producer-consumer is getting replaced by a notion termed as co creation of value. Service dominant logic is the emerging concept and is also actively involved in the process of creating values.
The discussion was based on the relationship marketing strategies adopted by the company. It has been argued that traditional marketing has failed to interact properly with its customers and had put the customers as the last option which ultimately led to believe that organization tends to over promise but under deliver (Mitussis, O’Malley & Patterson, 2005).
Legal & Statutory Governances & best practices are no longer restricted to a nation but are rather spread across an entire region. For example, the Audit regulations in UK are governed by "The Account and Audit (England) Regulations, 2003 & the subsequent amendments made in 2006 & the Companies Act 2006 but the laws in these regulations reflect the European Union (EU) Company Law Directives which in turn is working towards adoption of International Standards of Auditing (ISAs) issued by IAASB throughout Europe and the UK.