Financial analysis and interpretation , Financial Management

You have been to carry out the following work:

To provide a financial analysis and interpretation of one London stock Exchange registered company.

The senior

Partner has identified a team of financial analysts to carry out this work and the details of the assignment and what will be required from the team of analysts are presented in the memo attached.

You will need to download the accounts and other relevant information on the agreed company. When you have gathered the information on your company you will carry out an analysis using the information provided for your company accounts. You must provide any source material you use as appendices to your main report. You may think that it is necessary to calculate others ratios to support your work but you must again refer to accounts or information sources for your work. You should ensure that you analyse and interpret the accounts over a two years trading period. You should also state whether or not you feel it will be necessary to carry out any further analysis for either of the organisation in questions.

I would like you to present the financial analysis on the company in the form of a formal report consisting of a maxim of 2,500 words excluding graphs, charts and appendices.

The formal report will contain information (as a minimum) information under the following headings:

Introduction;

Profitability;

Efficiency;

Working capital (including the operation cycle)

Gearing

Investment

Cash flow statement

Limitation of ratio analysis;

Conclusions;

Recommendation

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