Financial analysis of the company


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  • Analysis on financial statement analysis
  • Profitability Ratio
  • Long-Term Solvency Ratio

Financial analysis of the company

Evaluate the performance of a company through a critical analysis of its published financial statements over the two latest years, as follows:

  •  Locate, extract and analyse data from the published financial statements1 to provide a comprehensive analysis of a company’s operations and performance
  • Structure an argument about performance based on the analysis of five aspects of performance evaluation:



c.Short-term solvency

d.Long term solvency

e.Market-based ratios

  • Present a clear, well-structured report using appropriate style and language.


You are a managerial accountant who has been asked to analyse the latest Annual Report and Financial Statements (it must contain two years information) of a publicly listed company that is listed on the Australian Stock Exchange ( You must choose the publicly listed company and produce a comprehensive report for distribution to the company’s management to comply with all the requirements listed below.

Note that the calculation of ratios does not earn many marks. While they are expected to be accurate, most marks will be earned by demonstrating your understanding of ratio analysis and its uses. This will be apparent to the reader from your analysis of the implications of the

ratios you present and your ability to provide some explanation through the recognition of the interaction between ratios. You are also expected to make some recommendations to management based on your analysis.



Prepare a word-processed report containing the following:

 1.An analysis of the information contained in the latest Annual Report and Financial Statements of the company, commenting on the strengths and weaknesses of the company over two years by applying ratio analysis in the categories listed above;


2.Suggestions or recommendations for improving the business, based on the analysis;


3.Full referencing of your sources of information, which may include any external sources such as the financial press, commentators and the internet that you may have used to strengthen your analysis.




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