### Caselet on analysing the implications to a firm

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Task Name: Phase 2 Individual Project Deliverable Length: 4 slides each with 300 words of speaker notes Details:

Your meeting is with Toto Matsui, the head of treasury, to discuss the international impact to the firm's capital structure.

He wants you to analyze the implications to the firm's capital structure if the company took on debt denominated in some currency other than U.S. dollars. In particular, he wants you to develop a PowerPoint presentation of 4-6 slides that covers the following:

What risks will the company incur if it increases its long-term debt from \$100 million to \$150 million by taking on 40 million eurosin debt based on current exchange rates of 0.80 euros to \$1? (The euro debt will pay a 7% coupon.) How would change in exchange rates between the euro and U.S. dollar impact the firm's capital structure and interest payments on the euros?

Develop a chart that demonstrates how exchange rates will impact the capital structure of the firm and interest payments on the euro-denominated debt, and explain the chart in the slides that follow.

Mr. Matsui tells you to assume the company's equity will remain at \$150 million and will not change when the euro debt is issued.

Use Microsoft Excel to graph the capital structure of the firm in U.S. dollars based on changes in exchange rates.

Use 2 scenarios: U.S. dollar appreciation against the euro and U.S. dollar depreciation against the euro. For capital structure, graph to total capital structure, debt, and equity.

This assignment in finance is related to the Capital Structure. The treasury of company wants to raise the capital structure of the company by borrowing debt. The impact of this decision upon international range must be shown. The implications of this decision such as the risks involved, the impact of forex upon the company's capital structure, the interest upon the debt and impact on equity are all discussed in a power point presentation and the computations and graphs are made in MS Excel.

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