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project of cash management in minda corporation as part of summer training during pgdm
project of cash management in minda corporation as part of summer training during pgdm

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Published by: kritii on Aug 07, 2010
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Table of contents
Topic1.Objective behind the project2.About the organization3.Financial statements and cash flow analysis-
Relationship b/w financial statements
4.Cash flow management-
Cash cycle
Importance of cash management for business
Cash conversion period
Credit policy
5.Cash budget-
Inflow and outflow of cash
Projecting operating expenses
Projecting cost of goods sold
Projecting major purchases
Projecting for debt payments
Putting the projections together 
Cash-flow surpluses and shortages
6.Cash flow statement-
The Importance of Cash Management
Cash vs. Cash Flow
Components of cash flow7.
Funding a Business-
Sources of finance
Funding Options
Types of analysis
Financial Ratios
8.Financial analysis
Goals and drawbacks
The interpretation of company accounts
9.Performance analysis of the company-
Framework for linking financial business objectives
Liquidity ratios
Profitability analysis ratios
Activity analysis ratios
Capital structure analysis ratios
Capital market analysis ratios
10.Working capital-
 Nature and Importance of working capital
Working capital cycle
The Management of Working Capital
Approaches to Working Capital Management
Working Capital Analysis
Factors influencing working capital
Consequences of under and over assessment of working capital
Financing Working Capital
How is working capital reflected in balance sheet
Working capital ratios
Why hold Inventory
The cost of Inventory
Opposing Views of Inventory
Why We Want to Hold Inventories?
Why We Do Not Want to Hold Inventories?
Independent Demand and Dependent Demand Inventory Systems
Inventory Costs
Behavior of EOQ Systems Successful inventory management
12.Basic financial tools and terms
Identify ways a financial statement impacts my company.
Demonstrate how different financial instruments impact financial statements.
Identify the characteristics of the statement of cash flows.
List ways a company's financial statements can impact the value of its stock.
Calculate a company’s profitability ratios.
Calculate a company's liquidity ratios.
Ways to manage the finances to achieve the strategic goals of the institution
To increase profitability
To reach self-sufficiency/breakeven point.
To increase efficiency especially reducing the cost per client
Find the optimum level of each different operational expense including the cost of funds.
To manage the costs of human resources as part of overall human resourcemanagement.
How to manage liquidity—i.e., how to keep solvent at the same time as disbursing themaximum number of loans, setting a target level of liquidity.
What is the best financing structure, i.e., how much debt including from commercialsources and how much capital do you need?
What should the asset structure be?
How to manage the fixed assets, i.e., the depreciation policy, how to finance them, arethey insured, are they safe?
How to undertake trend analysis and to compare actual performance against planned performance3

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