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Savings Institution Lines
World Report
SAVINGS INSTITUTION LINES WORLD REPORT
The Savings institutions Lines Report has the following
information. The base report has 59 chapters, plus the Excel
spreadsheets & Access databases specified.
This research provides World Data on Savings institutions Product Lines. The report is available in
several Editions and Parts and the contents and cost of each part is shown below. The Client can
choose the Edition required; and subsequently any Parts that are required from the After-Sales
Service.

Contents
Description ....................................................................................................................................... 5
REPORT EDITIONS........................................................................................................................... 6
World Report ....................................................................................................................................... 6
Regional Report ................................................................................................................................... 6
Country Report .................................................................................................................................... 6
Town & Country Report ....................................................................................................................... 6
Markets & Products.......................................................................................................................... 7
Products & Markets covered: ........................................................................................................... 8
Geographic Coverage ....................................................................................................................... 12
Financial data .................................................................................................................................... 13
Balance Sheet Data ....................................................................................................................... 13
Financial Margins & Ratios Data ................................................................................................... 13
General Contents .............................................................................................................................. 14
Market Research Contents ................................................................................................................ 15
Databases & Structures ................................................................................................................. 15

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NAICS / SIC coded reports and databases ................................................................................... 17
Spreadsheets ................................................................................................................................. 18
Chapters ........................................................................................................................................ 18
Countries ........................................................................................................................................ 21
Methodology ...................................................................................................................................... 24
Deliverables ....................................................................................................................................... 24
Toolkits ........................................................................................................................................... 25
Proprietary Software package compatibility................................................................................... 27
Resource Web ............................................................................................................................... 27
Data Product levels ........................................................................................................................ 28
Real Time Support ......................................................................................................................... 28
Research & Survey Methodology Analysis .................................................................................... 29
Costs.................................................................................................................................................. 30
Delivery .............................................................................................................................................. 30
Payment............................................................................................................................................. 30
Appendix 1 : Regional Report country coverage .............................................................................. 31
Appendix 2 : About the After-Sales Service ...................................................................................... 32
Database specificity ....................................................................................................................... 32
Costs .............................................................................................................................................. 32
Delivery .......................................................................................................................................... 32
Telephone Support ........................................................................................................................ 32
Online Support ............................................................................................................................... 32
Quotations ...................................................................................................................................... 32
How to order After-Sales Services ................................................................................................. 33
Modular research ........................................................................................................................... 33
1. Market Research ........................................................................................................................... 34
Markets & Products........................................................................................................................ 34
Part 1.1 .......................................................................................................................................... 34
Part 1.2 .......................................................................................................................................... 34
Part 1.3 .......................................................................................................................................... 34
Part 1.4 .......................................................................................................................................... 34
2. Distribution Channels & End Users Data ..................................................................................... 35
Distribution Channels & End Users ............................................................................................... 35
Distribution Channels ..................................................................................................................... 35
End Users ...................................................................................................................................... 35
3. Survey Data ................................................................................................................................... 36
Supplementary Survey Data for the selected Products & Markets ............................................... 36
Products ......................................................................................................................................... 36

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Operations ..................................................................................................................................... 36
Buyer & Decision Maker Profiles ................................................................................................... 36
Trading Area .................................................................................................................................. 36
Competitors .................................................................................................................................... 36
Industry & Supplier Performance ................................................................................................... 37
Distribution Channels ..................................................................................................................... 37
Decision Makers ............................................................................................................................ 37
End Users ...................................................................................................................................... 37
4. Corporate Data .............................................................................................................................. 38
Data Objectives for each Target Company ................................................................................... 38
List of Target Companies ............................................................................................................... 39
Base data objectives for the Target Company .............................................................................. 40
Specific Additional corporate data required on Target Companies ............................................... 41
Financial Data for the Target Company ......................................................................................... 42
Management Accounts .................................................................................................................. 42
Specific Additional Financial data required on Target Companies ................................................ 42
Balance Sheet and Management Ratios ....................................................................................... 43
5. Additional Data .............................................................................................................................. 45
Database Products supported by the After-Sales Service ................................................................ 46
Database Compatibility .................................................................................................................. 46
Database Flowchart + Configuration ............................................................................................. 46
About DataGroup ............................................................................................................................... 47
DataGroup Clients ............................................................................................................................. 47

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Ukraine. Thailand. Markets. Croatia. Angola. Marketing Costs. Malawi. Tunisia. Zambia. Turkey. 12 month After-Sales Service. Belgium. Azerbaijan. Product Launch. Laos. Finland. Malta. Nicaragua. Russia. United States. Romania. Forecast Financial Data. National Data. Namibia. 9727 database tables. Paraguay.in US$ by Country by Product/Service by Year. Belize. Chile. Israel. Switzerland. it is also delivered as an online download. Oman. Decision Makers. Poland. Hungary. United Arab Emirates. Kazakhstan. Macedonia. spreadsheet calculations & modelling. Vietnam. Data includes Market Consumption by individual Product / Service. Marketing Costs & Margins. Pakistan. Peru. South Korea. Armenia. Brazil. Market. Austria. Jordan. Bosnia and Herzegovina. 9916 spreadsheets. Indonesia. Bulgaria. Critical Parameters. United Kingdom. Dominica. Consumer Demographics. Norway. Suriname. Kyrgyzstan. Competitive. Iran. Historic Balance Sheets. 5 . Mozambique. Spain. Libya. Netherlands. Venezuela. Kuwait. Algeria. Eire. French Guiana. Syria. Gabon. China. Guinea. Bangladesh. Ethiopia. Buyers. Morocco. Product Launch Data. Guinea-Bissau. Moldova. Performance. Puerto Rico. Gambia. Netherlands Antilles. Cambodia. This database covers NAICS/SIC code: 5221201_L. Trinidad and Tobago. Japan. Honduras. South Africa. Luxembourg.Savings Institution Lines World Report Description Savings Institution Lines SAVINGS INSTITUTION LINES WORLD REPORT The Savings Institution Lines World Report gives Market Consumption / Products / Services for over 200 countries by 6 to 10-Digit NAICS Product Codes by 3 Time series: From 2007. FINANCIAL SPREADSHEETS & DATABASES. Egypt. Tajikistan. Canada. Germany. Singapore. Slovakia. Iceland. Guatemala. Madagascar. WORLD & NATIONAL REPORT MARKET DATABASE & SPREADSHEETS. Lesotho. Cuba. Uruguay. Ecuador. Bolivia. Philippines. Industry. Financial. Merge text. Countries covered include: Albania. Georgia. Latvia. Panama. Lebanon. Dominican Republic. Australia. 540 illustrations. Liberia. Kenya. 151 Products/Markets covered. Eritrea. Costa Rica. Sudan. 59 MARKET RESEARCH CHAPTERS. France. Greece. Denmark. Uzbekistan. Belarus. Saudi Arabia. Per-Capita Consumption. Colombia. Zimbabwe. Cote d'Ivoire. Cameroon. Mexico. Nigeria. Sweden. Martinique. Market Segmentation. Italy. Turkmenistan. Estonia. Guadeloupe. Iraq. 2079 pages. INDUSTRY SPREADSHEETS & DATABASES. Industry Profile. Sierra Leone. Haiti. Reunion. Cyprus. New Zealand. Bahamas. Uganda. Sri Lanka. Forecast to 2028. Senegal. Guyana. End Users & Customer Profile. Updated monthly. Slovenia. Argentina. Bahrain. Malaysia. Papua New Guinea. tables & databases for your own reports. El Salvador. Tanzania. Taiwan. Lithuania. Swaziland. Aruba. The report is on a DVD containing the entire web and databases. Barbados. Montenegro. Ghana. Botswana. Qatar. SPREADSHEET CHAPTERS: Market Consumption . Czech Republic. India. Portugal. Jamaica.

Cost: £ 1950 6 . For the larger countries. 8. and also there are various additional elements available from the After-Sales Service. Brazil. 7. Cost: £ 1950 Regional Report There are 9 Regional reports available which give market data for Savings Institution Lines on each of the Product and Market Sectors for countries in a particular Region. 9. 5. Cost: £ 950 Town & Country Report The Savings Institution Lines Town + Country Reports provides users with commercial intelligence on markets and industry in a particular country. 1. There are data caveats for some country data because in certain countries the data may not be available. like China. 3. et al. 6. 2. 4. financial and industry data on each of the significant Cities and Towns in the country. the USA. World Report The World Report gives market data for Savings Institution Lines on each of the Product and Market Sectors for about 200 countries. India. Country Reports provide detailed information on the target country. the data is generally limited to the top 500 Cities and Towns within the country. Canada & USA Central America (31 Countries) South America (13 Countries) Europe (44 Countries) Eurasia (4 Countries) Middle East (19 Countries) Africa (54 Countries) Asia (24 Countries) Oceania (17 Countries) See the countries in each Regional Report Appendix 1 Cost: £ 1250 Country Report There are Savings Institution Lines Country Reports available for most countries. There are data caveats on country data because in certain countries the data may not be available. plus market.Savings Institution Lines World Report REPORT EDITIONS Savings Institution Lines The report on Savings Institution Lines is available is several editions.

xls http://www.xls (US$. by year Historic: from 2007. and a Forecast by year to 2028. Yen & Yuan) In addition aggregate Market data is given as: World / Global Totals (in US$.xls Year / Country Totals (2007 to 2028). Oceania) Totals (in US$.xls http://www. NAICS / SIC Product definition: 5221201_L : Savings institutions Product Lines 7 . Updated monthly.org/XLS_File_Samples/Germany_Market_Values.datagroup.datagroup. 540 illustrations.datagroup.datagroup. Data will be given for about 200 countries.org/XLS_File_Samples/Germany_Market. Europe. 9727 database tables.xls http://www.datagroup.org/XLS_File_Samples/Year_2010_Country_Values_Dollars. Euros. 151 Products/Markets are covered. 12 month After-Sales Service. Yen and Yuan) http://www. http://www.xls The Savings Institution Lines World Report provides data on the net market for the Products and Services covered in each of 205 countries.org/XLS_File_Samples/Europe_Market_Values_Dollar_Euro. Africa.datagroup. Eurasia. The Products and Services covered (Savings institutions Lines) are classified by the 5-Digit United States Commerce Department Major Product Codes and each Product and Services is then further defined and analysed by each 6 to 10-Digit United States Commerce Department Product Codes. Middle East. South America.org/M0M. 2079 pages.datagroup. Yen and Yuan): http://www. To see what such Country spreadsheets looks like see: http://www.org/XLS_File_Samples/Europe_Market_Values_Yen_Yuan.datagroup. 9916 spreadsheets.xls http://www.org/XLS_File_Samples/WORLD_Market_Values_Yen_Yuan. Euros. Central America.xls 9 Regional (Canada & USA. Asia.Savings Institution Lines World Report SAVINGS INSTITUTION LINES Markets & Products The report will give market data for each of the below Savings Institution Lines Product and Market Sectors.org/XLS_File_Samples/WORLD_Market_Values_Dollar_Euro. Euros.

credit financing products. Interest income from loans to nonfinancial businesses .origination fees from consumer loans . Origination fees from loans to nonfinancial businesses . Merchant fees . Other fees from loans to financial businesses 6.credit financing products. Residential mortgage loans .unsecured 31.unsecured 34. Installment credit products . Credit card association products .interest income from consumer loans .credit financing products. Fees from installment credit financing products. except loans 48.interest income from consumer loans . Residential mortgage loans . except loans 45.interest income from consumer loans . Other fees from loans to nonfinancial businesses . Loan income from consumers . Other loans to consumers .other fees from consumer loans . Personal lines of credit .interest income . Loan income from governments 15.unsecured 32. Loan income from nonfinancial businesses .secured 28.secured 9.unsecured 13. Home equity loans . Fees from motor vehicle leases .secured 23. Other fees from loans to nonfinancial businesses .unsecured 37. Other fees from loans to governments 17. Personal lines of credit .interest income .secured 18. Loan income from financial businesses 3. except loans 53.Savings Institution Lines World Report Products & Markets covered: SAVINGS INSTITUTION LINES 1. Loan income from consumers .unsecured 11. Home equity loans .other fees .secured 26. Interest income from installment credit financing products. Loan income from nonfinancial businesses . Interest income from other leases .secured 19.secured 21. Other loans to consumers . All other credit financing products.secured 30.unsecured 33. Other loans to consumers . except loans 41. Interest income from credit card cardholder and merchant fees .credit financing products.credit financing products.credit financing products. Savings institutions Product Lines 2. Other loans to consumers . except loans 43.origination fees from consumer loans . except loans 49.secured 27. except loans 50. Interest income from loans to nonfinancial businesses . Interest income from loans to financial businesses 4. Fees from other leases. Fees from other credit financing products.unsecured 35. except loans 47. Vehicle loans .unsecured 14.credit financing products. except loans 52. Interest income from loans to governments 16.secured 20. except loans 51.origination fees . Interest income from other credit financing products. Personal lines of credit .secured 10.secured 24. except loans 44.other fees from consumer loans . except real estate rents . Other loans to consumers .credit financing products. except loans 39.fees . Interest income from motor vehicle leases . Residential mortgage loans .unsecured 36.secured 7. Factoring-fees .secured 25. except loans 46.origination fees . Origination fees from loans to nonfinancial businesses .credit financing products. Vehicle loans .credit financing products.unsecured 12. Other loans to consumers . Leasing products .interest income from consumer loans . except loans 40. Origination fees from loans to financial businesses 5.origination fees from consumer loans .other fees . except loans 38. except loans 8 .other fees from consumer loans . Credit card cardholder and merchant fees .secured 29.secured 22. Home equity loans .origination fees from consumer loans .credit financing products.secured 8.credit financing products.other fees from consumer loans . Cardholder fees . Vehicle loans . except loans 42.

Interest income from trading accounts from other money market instruments .equity securities origination 57.brokering and dealing debt instrument products 73. Negotiable certificates of deposit . Public offering products . Interest income from trading accounts from commercial paper issued by financial institutions .brokering and dealing debt instrument products 72. Interest income from trading accounts from treasury bills . Treasury bills .debt securities origination 58.brokering and dealing debt instrument products 64. Private placement .brokering and dealing debt instrument products 61. excluding interest income . Net gains (losses) in trading accounts from commercial paper issued by nonfinancial institutions. Margin interest from negotiable certificates of deposit . Fees and commissions from corporate and trust notes and bonds .brokering and dealing debt instrument products 70. Other money market instruments . excluding interest income .brokering and dealing debt instrument products 78.brokering and dealing debt instrument products 83. Interest income from trading accounts from negotiable certificates of deposit .brokering and dealing debt instrument products 88.brokering and dealing debt instrument products 80. excluding interest income . Margin interest from corporate and trust notes and bonds . Interest income from trading accounts from corporate and trust notes and bonds .brokering and dealing debt instrument products 63. Bankers acceptance .brokering and dealing debt instrument products 62. excluding interest income brokering and dealing debt instrument products 77.debt securities origination 56. Net gains (losses) in trading accounts from other money market instruments. Fees and commissions from bankers acceptance . Margin interest from other money market instruments .brokering and dealing debt instrument products 68.brokering and dealing debt instrument products 87. Fees and commissions from commercial paper issued by financial institutions . Net gains (losses) in trading accounts from negotiable certificates of deposit. Public offering products .brokering and dealing debt instrument products 85.brokering and dealing debt instrument products 82. Net gains (losses) in trading accounts from commercial paper issued by financial institutions. excluding interest income brokering and dealing debt instrument products 74.brokering and dealing debt instrument products 59. Interest income from trading accounts from commercial paper issued by nonfinancial institutions .brokering and dealing debt instrument products 81.brokering and dealing debt instrument products 9 .brokering and dealing debt instrument products 60. National government notes and bonds .brokering and dealing debt instrument products 86. Fees and commissions from other money market instruments .brokering and dealing debt instrument products 75. Net gains (losses) in trading accounts from bankers acceptance. Corporate and trust notes and bonds .Savings Institution Lines World Report 54.brokering and dealing debt instrument products 67.brokering and dealing debt instrument products 76. Commercial paper issued by financial institutions . excluding interest income .brokering and dealing debt instrument products 65. Private placement .brokering and dealing debt instrument products 79.brokering and dealing debt instrument products 66. Interest income from trading accounts from bankers acceptance . Commercial paper issued by nonfinancial institutions . Net gains (losses) in trading accounts from corporate and trust notes and bonds. excluding interest income .brokering and dealing debt instrument products 84. Net gains (losses) in trading accounts from treasury bills.brokering and dealing debt instrument products 71.equity securities origination 55. Margin interest from commercial paper issued by financial institutions .brokering and dealing debt instrument products 69. Fees and commissions from negotiable certificates of deposit .

traded over-the-counter brokering and dealing derivative contract products 110.brokering and dealing derivative contract products 117. excluding interest income . equities 100. equities 102. Fees and commissions from national government notes and bonds . exchange-traded .wholesale 118. Interest income from trading accounts from other derivative contracts.brokering and dealing debt instrument products 97. including commodity pools and faceamount certificates 120. traded over-thecounter. Interest income from trading accounts from forward contracts. Interest income from trading accounts from brokering and dealing products. Interest income from trading accounts from national government notes and bonds brokering and dealing debt instrument products 92.Savings Institution Lines World Report 89. including securities borrowed from a broker's inventory and margin accounts 122. Net gains (losses) in trading accounts from other derivative contracts. close-end funds. Net gains (losses) in trading accounts from state provincial and local governments notes and bonds. Interest income from trading accounts from futures contracts. Other derivative contracts. Securities lending fees.brokering and dealing derivative contract products 111. Margin interest from national government notes and bonds . equities 99. Brokering and dealing foreign currency fees . Brokering and dealing investment company securities.brokering and dealing derivative contract products 116.brokering and dealing debt instrument products 91. State provincial and local governments notes and bonds . equities. Repurchase agreements . Futures contracts. Swaps.brokering and dealing derivative contract products 114. Margin interest from state provincial and local governments notes and bonds . Fees and commissions from brokering and dealing products. Fees and commissions from swaps. Fees and commissions from state provincial and local governments notes and bonds brokering and dealing debt instrument products 95. Brokerage correspondent products .brokering and dealing derivative contract products 112. excluding interest income 101. traded over-thecounter . Margin interest from brokering and dealing products.brokering and dealing derivative contract products 105. excluding interest income . traded over-the-counter. traded over-the-counter . traded over-the-counter. excluding interest income . traded over-the-counter . Net gains (losses) in trading accounts from national government notes and bonds. Interest income from trading accounts from state provincial and local governments notes and bonds . Fees and commissions from forward contracts.brokering and dealing derivative contract products 106.brokering and dealing debt instrument products 94. Net gains (losses) in trading accounts from brokering and dealing products. Financing related to securities.brokering and dealing debt instrument products 93. Net gains (losses) in trading accounts from forward contracts.fees 121. excluding interest income .brokering and dealing debt instrument products 90. excluding interest income . traded over-the-counter . traded over-the-counter .brokering and dealing derivative contract products 104. Brokering and dealing other financial instruments. excluding interest income . Net gains (losses) in trading accounts from swaps. traded over-the-counter .brokering and dealing derivative contract products 107. and unit investment trusts 119. exchange-traded . excluding securities lending and repurchase agreements - 10 .brokering and dealing derivative contract products 113. including mutual funds.brokering and dealing debt instrument products 96. equities 103.brokering and dealing derivative contract products 115.net gains (losses) 123.brokering and dealing derivative contract products 108.brokering and dealing derivative contract products 109. Forward contracts. Fees and commissions from other derivative contracts. traded over-the-counter . exchange-traded.brokering and dealing debt instrument products 98. Brokering and dealing products. Net gains (losses) in trading accounts from futures contracts.

Travelers' check fees from document payment products 140. Cashier's and certified check fees from document payment products 138. Fees for bundled services from deposit account related products 129. Money order fees from document payment products 139.retail 142. Trust products for business and governments . Trading other securities and commodity contracts on own account . Foreign currency exchange fees from document payment products . Trading derivatives contracts on own account . Security and commodity contract exchange and clearinghouse listing fees from management of financial market and clearing products 145. Other products supporting financial services . Payment clearing and settlement fees from management of financial market and clearing products 144. Fees for individual services from deposit account related products 130. Business account service fees from cash handling and management products 133.fiduciary fees from document payment products 143. ATM charges and other electronic transaction fees for individual services from deposit account related products 131.fees 11 .net gain (losses) 126.net gain (losses) 127. Financial planning and investment management services for businesses and government 149. Other Automated clearinghouse (ACH) fees 148. Fees for bundled services from business accounts from cash handling and management products 134. Correspondent account products service fees from cash handling and management products 136.net gains (losses) 125. Fees for individual services from business accounts from cash handling and management products 135. Automated clearinghouse (ACH) bill and utility payment fees 147. Other cash handling and management product fees 137. Other deposit account service fees for individual services from deposit account related products 132. Other fees from document payment products 141. Trading debt instruments on own account .Savings Institution Lines World Report net 124.net gain (losses) 128. Automated clearinghouse (ACH) payroll deposit fees 146. Financial planning and investment management services for individuals 150. Trading equities on own account .

12 Nicaragua Nigeria Norway Oman Pakistan Panama Papua Paraguay Peru Philippines Poland Portugal Puerto Rico Qatar Reunion Romania Russia Saudi Arabia Senegal Serbia + Montenegro Sierra Leone Singapore Slovakia Slovenia South Africa Spain Sri Lanka Sudan Suriname Swaziland Sweden Switzerland Syria Taiwan Tajikistan Tanzania Thailand Trinidad Tunisia Turkey Turkmenistan Uganda Ukraine United Arab Emirates United Kingdom United States Uruguay Uzbekistan Venezuela Vietnam Zambia Zimbabwe .Zaire Costa Rica Cote d'Ivoire Croatia Cuba Cyprus Czech Republic Denmark Dominica Dominican Republic Ecuador Egypt El Salvador Estonia Ethiopia Finland France French Guiana Gabon Gambia Georgia Germany Ghana Greece Guadeloupe Guatemala Guinea Guinea-Bissau Guyana Haiti Honduras Hong Kong Hungary Iceland India Indonesia Iran Iraq Ireland Israel Italy Jamaica Japan Jordan Kazakhstan Kenya Korea South Kuwait Kyrgyzstan Laos Latvia Lebanon Lesotho Liberia Libya Lithuania Luxembourg Macedonia Madagascar Malawi Malaysia Martinique Mauritius Micronesia Mexico Moldova Mongolia Morocco Mozambique Namibia Netherlands Netherlands Antilles New Zealand See Data Caveat below.Savings Institution Lines World Report Geographic Coverage Albania Algeria Angola Argentina Armenia Aruba Australia Austria Azerbaijan Bahamas Bahrain Bangladesh Barbados Belarus Belgium Belize Bhutan Bolivia Bosnia + Herzegovina Botswana Brazil Brunei Bulgaria Burma Cambodia Cameroon Canada Chile China Colombia Republic of Congo D R Congo .

Depreciation: Structures. Creditors. Pre-tax Profit Margins. Total Depreciation. $ Hourly Pay Rate. Total Capital Expenditure. Hours Worked. Retirements: Structures. Value Added per Employee. Materials Costs as a % of Sales. Total Rental & Leasing Costs. Value of Average Investment per Employee. Debt Gearing Ratio (Long Term Loans as a ratio of Net Worth). Total Advertising Costs. Total Stocks / Inventory. Directors' Remunerations. Net Assets / Capital Employed. Return on Investment. Fixed as a Ratio of Variable Physical Costs. Total Variable Marketing Costs as a % of Sales. Total After-Sales Costs as a % of Sales. Warehousing Variable Costs. Total Distribution & Handling Costs as a % of Sales. Product Systems & Associated Costs as a % of Sales. Total Sales Costs. Total Customer Compensation Costs as a % of Sales. Total Assets per Employee. Physical Costs as a % of Sales. Capital Expenditure on Vehicles. Trading Profit Margin. Remunerations / Sales. Workers. Return on Assets. Work in 2nd Quarter. Advertising Materials & Print Costs. Sales Personnel Variable & Commission Costs. Product Service & Maintenance Costs. Total Debt as a ratio of Working Capital. Total Marketing Costs.datagroup. Variable Advertising Costs as a Ratio of Marketing Costs. Product Returns & Rejections Costs as a % of Sales. Maintenance: Structures. Product Breakdown & Post Installation Costs. Media Advertising Costs. Rental & Leasing: Structures. Default Debtors given as a Ratio of Total Debtors. Distribution Costs as a % of Sales. Total Operational & Process Costs. Stock Work in Progress & Materials as a Ratio of Finished Products. Un-recoverable Debts as a Ratio of Debts Within Agreed Terms. Average Remuneration (all employees . Return on Shareholders' Funds. Income Gearing. Total Current Assets. Total Assets. Fixed as a Ratio of Variable Warehousing Costs. Fixed as a Ratio of Variable Distribution Costs. and a Forecast by year to 2028.xls Return on Capital. Materials as Stocks. Total Employees. Customer Problem Solving & Customer Complaint Costs. Shareholders Funds. Warehousing Costs as a % of Sales. Finished Materials Cost. Exports as a % of Sales. Physical Handling Variable Costs. Customer Complaint & Associated Costs as a % of Sales. New Technology Expenditure. Product Installation & Re-Installation Costs. Product Breakdown & Associated Costs as a % of Sales. Work in 3rd Quarter. Payroll Costs. Materials & Energy Costs as a % of Sales. Domestic Sales. Physical Handling Fixed Costs. Sales Materials Costs. Fixed Assets: Miscellaneous Items. Total Input Supplies / Materials and Energy Costs. Assets Utilisation (given as a ratio of Sales to Total Assets). Total Sales Costs as a % of Sales. Short Term Loans. Sales as a ratio of Fixed Assets. Stock Materials as a Ratio of Work in Progress. Total Maintenance Costs. Total Distribution and Handling Costs. Total Fixed Marketing Costs as a % of Sales. Communications Costs. Raw Materials Cost. $ Hourly Wage Rate. Wage Costs as a % of Sales. Sales per Employee. Variable After-Sales Costs as a Ratio of Marketing Costs.Savings Institution Lines World Report Financial data The databases will give Financial data for each of the below Savings Institution Lines Financial Data and Margins. Variable Sales Personnel Costs as a Ratio of Marketing Costs. Un-recoverable Debts as a Ratio of Total Debt. Capital Expenditure on Structures. Capital Expenditure on Plant and Equipment. Borrowing Ratio (or Total Debt as a ratio of Net Worth).org/F0M. Total Research and Development Expenditure. Exports. Total After-Sales Costs. Current Ratio (Current Assets as a ratio of Current Liabilities). Pre-tax Profit. by year Historic from 2007. Fixed Costs as a Ratio of Variable Costs. Operating Profit. Retirements: Miscellaneous Items. Research & Development Investment as a % of Sales.xls Total Sales. Depreciation: Miscellaneous Items. Employee Commissions. Debtors within Agreed Terms.org/G0M. Maintenance: Plant and Equipment. Total Current Liabilities. Total Fixed Marketing Costs as a Ratio of Total Variable Marketing Co. Capital Expenditure Investment as a % of Sales. Variable Costs as a % of Sales. Debtors. Fixed Assets: Structures. Un-Recoverable Debts given as a Ratio of Total Debts. Wages. Distribution Fixed Costs. Marketing Costs as a % of Sales. Operating Profit Margin. Fixed Assets per Employee. Investment as a Ratio of Added Value. Product Service & Associated Costs as a % of Sales. Product Installation & Associated Costs as a % of Sales. Sales Personnel Variable Costs as a Ratio of Un-Recoverable Debtors. Financial Margins & Ratios Data To see what such a spreadsheet looks like: http://www. Sales Expenses and Costs. Product Systems & Configuration Costs. Long Term Loans. by country. Interest Paid. Electricity Cost. Debtors Outside Agreed Terms. Finished Product Stocks.datagroup. Total Fixed Assets. Distribution Variable Costs. Un-recoverable Debts. Miscellaneous Long Term Liabilities. Profit per Employee. Fixed Costs as a % of Sales. Variable Distribution & Handling Costs as a Ratio of Marketing Costs. Total Advertising Costs as a % of Sales. Intangible Assets. Non-trading Income. POS & Display Costs. Vertical Integration (Value Added as a % of Sales). Fixed as a Ratio of Variable Total Distribution & Handling Costs. Warehousing Fixed Costs. Miscellaneous Current Assets. Services Purchased. Product Returns & Rejection Costs. Work in 4th Quarter. Mailing & Correspondence Costs.full and part). Fixed Assets: Plant and Equipment. Capital Employed per Employee. Sales Personnel Variable Costs as a Ratio of Sales. 13 . Total Employees Remunerations. Work in 1st Quarter. Miscellaneous Current Liabilities. Capital Expenditure on Miscellaneous Items. Added Value. Equity Ratio (Shareholders Funds as a ratio of Total Liabilities). Stock Turnover (Sales as a ratio of Stocks). Payroll and Wages as a Ratio to Materials. Quick Ratio. Trading Profit. Miscellaneous Expenses. Intermediate Assets. Balance Sheet Data To see what such a spreadsheet looks like: http://www. Retirements: Plant and Equipment. New Production Technology Expenditure. Total Retirements. Credit Period. Fixed Assets. Rental & Leasing: Plant and Equipment. Fuel Cost. Physical Process Variable Costs. Depreciation: Plant and Equipment. Capital Employed. Sub Contractors. Work in Progress as Stocks. Capital Expenditure on Data Processing Equipment. Sales Personnel Variable Costs as a Ratio of Debtors. Data will be given for EACH of the countries covered. Exhibition & Events Costs. Working Capital / Sales. Creditors' Ratio (given as Creditors divided by Sales times 365 days). Value of Plant & Equipment as a % of Sales. Physical Process Fixed Costs. Employee Benefits.

the distribution channels and the end user or consumers. These reports rely on data collection at various levels of the product flow. Experienced users will know how to apply forecasting and modelling software to the numeric data provided to generate highly detailed and discrete business planning models. this effectively means. unit of measure and quantification of markets in over 200 countries. The choice of a Base Country is important as it puts the database into the client’s own perspective. Experienced users will be able to use the spreadsheet and databases to generate highly detailed narrative reports. Explanatory notes are provided as Word documents or in PDF formats. This is important. The databases are specifically designed to be transnational.as well as sophisticated business and commercial forecasts and models. opportunity cost adjusted. product parity and product equivalent adjusted. The databases are specifically designed to provide users with a uniform and consistent numeric measure of both (normally) quantifiable values as well as conceptual factors which are (usually) only capable of qualification. 14 . This data is then correlated with any national and international statistical data produced by official agencies. Unfortunately. Where a client does not specify a Base Reference country. currency neutral. namely a base country. As an entry level product the narrative is necessarily illustrative in its terminology and seeks to provide a basic degree of business logic and theory which indicates the rational applied in the forecasting and modelling methodology. they all can be linked or merged programmatically in business planning models to provide multi-national and multi-level analysis. In such circumstances. These reports are formatted to give both a narrative description of the various matters covered as well as provide readers with the ability to directly use the Chapters (via Microsoft Word or compatible word processors) to produce their own reports and documentation. The Client can select the base reference country when ordering the database. for example. and furthermore the official statistical data is both inaccurate and sparse. The databases are provided in both Excel spreadsheets and an Access database. charts and graphics . we have to flag a Data Caveat as a warning. inflation and purchasing parity adjusted. and numerically compatible. the client can select which Base Country the database uses. in respect of Purchasing Parity data or the results of End User Survey data where the world data is presented from the relative position of the Base Country. Choice of Base Reference Country As report databases are generated specifically for each client order. The databases provided in this report can be used directly with databases on other product. The report analyses the world markets with a basic point of reference. markets and industries in other countries. The report databases are designed to give a common definition. in some countries. the producer. the database is generated with the Base Reference country being the same country as the client.Savings Institution Lines World Report General Contents Savings Institution Lines World Report This report provides users with commercial intelligence on markets and industries in over 200 countries. product flow data gathering in some countries is difficult.

2079 pages.  Market Research This folder contains the main Market Research files. The Products and Services covered (Savings institutions Lines) are classified by the 5-Digit United States Commerce Department Major Product Codes and each Product and Services is then further defined and analysed by each 6 to 10-Digit United States Commerce Department Product Codes. 550 c.Savings Institution Lines World Report Market Research Contents Please also see the Notes to the contents: Notes Within each heading there are links with detailed descriptions and explanation of the contents. MR_Executive_Summary. 12 month After-Sales Service. If required these files can then be saved as PDF files:1. Summary Documents The Report contains 2 Summary documents for the Market Research which can be opened in a Browser or as a Word document and paginated. MR_Executive_Summary_Brief. this folder contains the main Corporate Research files. 2. 540 illustrations. 9000 The Savings Institution Lines World Report provides data on the net market for the Products and Services covered in each of 205 countries. Updated monthly.html will render into about 950 pages. plus the various main Chapter Files.  Corporate Research Where the database is specified as having Corporate Intelligence. Maps Spreadsheets & & Illustrations Database tables c. 9916 spreadsheets.html will render into about 70 pages. Chapters Pages Volumes 59 2079 Online & DVD Diagrams. 151 Products/Markets are covered. Databases & Structures Savings Institution Lines Report Database Root Folder This folder contains a number of general files. 9727 database tables. 15 . these can be opened when the link is clicked.

mdb Table List Base.mdb MarketResearch. Size 2.mdb General & Database Reference tables in 'Base_mdb_Database.exe Help file extraction [Optional. 547 databases for Modelling Level products.mdb Table List World_Product_Sectors.exe Supplemental Database extraction [Optional.Savings Institution Lines World Report  Research Data This folder contains the Market Research files which are specific to this edition of the report.56GB] Auxiliary_Data. 10.  BUSINESS PLANNING This folder contains the Business Plan Documents & Boilerplates Also see the Business Plan Images folder in Toolkit 1  BASE_FOLDERS Significant folders include:-  CHAPTERS in HTM HTM files listing the Chapter contents  Cities HTM files listing Cities & Towns in the database  HELP Help documents Also see the HELP folder in Toolkit 1  MAPS  MDB Access databases    MarketResearch.8MB] Data.mdb Table List World.mdb World.exe Auxiliary Database extraction [Optional.mdb Table List      Corporate. 44 databases for Modelling Level products. Size 34MB] 16 .mdb World_Product_Sectors.mdb Corporate.400 help files for Modelling Level products. Size 298MB] Data_Help.zip' file [Size 75.

Census databases.census. The products are described under their NAICS or SIC coding. Census data. These are:1. but in a worldwide context. the report structures.Savings Institution Lines World Report   NAICS Classifications REFERENCE Reference documents: databases & links to external Also see the REFERENCE folder in Toolkit 1    XLS Business Planning & Database Reference Spreadsheets XLS_Corporate Corporate Spreadsheets Corporate File List XLS_MarketResearch Market Research Spreadsheets Market Research File List Documents & Manuals There are additional resources to be found in Toolkit 1 which can be used to assist the interpretation and manipulation of the database. are designed to provide an analogue of U.S.S. Government agencies. Department of Commerce databases. field names. are an analogue of U. For a full explanation of the NAICS coding system see: http://www. datasets. However if users want additional data then this can be extracted from the various databases and surveys as part of the After-Sales Service. government databases. 4.gov/eos/www/naics/ These product / revenue lines codes are of course determined by the U.S. For NAICS / SIC coded reports and databases.S. and the U. et al. 17 . Data Manuals on the Report Contents Documents & Templates on the Report Contents Help files on the Report Contents Manuals & Templates on the Report Contents NAICS / SIC coded reports and databases This database is a Market database which is designed to be compatible with U.S. 3. 2. This coding system classifies products within Product Codes.

This will open a page in your browser which fully specifies the contents of that heading. Spreadsheets Financial Competitive Industry Critical Parameters Market Decision Makers Market Segmentation Marketing Costs Performance Product Launch Chapters 1 OVERSEAS DEVELOPMENT 2 ADMINISTRATION 3 ADVERTISING 4 BUYERS – COMMERCIAL OPERATIONS 5 BUYERS – COMPETITORS 6 BUYERS – MAJOR CITY 7 BUYERS – PRODUCTS 8 BUYERS – TRADE CELL 9 COMPETITIVE INDUSTRY ANALYSIS 10 COMPETITOR ANALYSIS 11 COUNTRY FOCUS 12 DISTRIBUTION 13 FINANCIAL . database or spreadsheet: click on the Blue headings shown below.Savings Institution Lines World Report For a detailed Table of Contents for each chapter.BUSINESS DECISION SCENARIOS 14 FINANCIAL .CAPITAL COSTS FINANCIAL SCENARIOS 18 .

Savings Institution Lines World Report 15 FINANCIAL .MARKETING EXPENDITURE SCENARIOS 23 FINANCIAL – MARKETING MARGINS 24 FINANCIAL .INVESTMENT + COST REDUCTION SCENARIOS 20 FINANCIAL .CASHFLOW OPTION SCENARIOS 16 FINANCIAL .HISTORIC MARKETING COSTS & MARGINS 19 FINANCIAL .SURVIVAL SCENARIOS 26 FINANCIAL .MARKET CLIMATE SCENARIOS 21 FINANCIAL – MARKETING COSTS 22 FINANCIAL .NORMS 29 MAJOR CITY MARKET ANALYSIS 30 MARKET CAPITAL ACCESS SCENARIOS 31 MARKET CASHFLOW SCENARIOS 32 MARKET ECONOMIC CLIMATE SCENARIOS 33 MARKET INVESTMENT + COSTS SCENARIOS 34 MARKET MARKETING EXPENDITURE SCENARIOS 35 MARKET RISK SCENARIOS 36 MARKET STRATEGIC OPTION SCENARIOS 37 MARKET SURVIVAL OPTION SCENARIOS 38 MARKET TACTICAL OPTION SCENARIOS 39 MARKETING EXPENDITURE -v.TACTICAL OPTIONS SCENARIOS 27 GEOGRAPHIC DATA 28 INDUSTRY .COST STRUCTURE SCENARIOS 17 FINANCIAL .MARKET SHARE 40 MARKETING STRATEGY DEVELOPMENT 19 .HISTORIC INDUSTRY BALANCE SHEET 18 FINANCIAL .STRATEGIC OPTIONS SCENARIOS 25 FINANCIAL .

Savings Institution Lines World Report 41 MARKETS 42 OPERATIONAL ANALYSIS 43 PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT 44 PHYSICAL DISTRIBUTION + CUSTOMER HANDLING 45 PRICING 46 PROCESS + ORDER HANDLING 47 PRODUCT ANALYSIS 48 PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT 49 PRODUCT MARKETING FACTORS 50 PRODUCT MIX 51 PRODUCT SUMMARY 52 PROFIT RISK SCENARIOS 53 PROMOTIONAL MIX 54 SALESFORCE DECISIONS 55 SALES PROMOTION 56 SURVEYS 57 TARGETS .PRODUCT + MARKET 58 TECHNOLOGY 59 TRADE CELL ANALYSIS 20 .

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Savings Institution Lines World Report Guinea Guinea-Bissau Guyana Haiti Honduras Hong Kong Hungary Iceland India Indonesia Iran Iraq Ireland Israel Italy Jamaica Japan Jordan Kazakhstan Kenya Kuwait Kyrgyzstan Laos Latvia Lebanon Lesotho Liberia Libya Liechtenstein Lithuania Luxembourg Macedonia Madagascar Malawi Malaysia Malta Martinique Mauritius Mexico Moldova Monaco Mongolia Morocco Mozambique Namibia Nepal Netherlands Netherlands Antilles New Caledonia New Zealand Nicaragua Nigeria Norway Oman Pakistan Panama Papua New Guinea Paraguay Peru Philippines Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms 22 .

This data is then correlated with any national and international statistical data produced by official agencies. What this means is that in some countries the data is not sufficiently verifiable for statistical purposes and in those cases the data may not be presented. Market Research Report 23 . the distribution channels and the end user or consumers. this effectively means. in some countries.Savings Institution Lines World Report Poland Portugal Puerto Rico Qatar Reunion Romania Russia Saudi Arabia Senegal Serbia & Montenegro Sierra Leone Singapore Slovakia Slovenia South Africa South Korea Spain Sri Lanka Suriname Swaziland Sweden Switzerland Syria Taiwan Tajikistan Tanzania Thailand Trinidad & Tobago Tunisia Turkey Turkmenistan Uganda Ukraine United Arab Emirates United Kingdom United States Uruguay Uzbekistan Venezuela Vietnam Virgin Islands Zambia Zimbabwe Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms Market Forecast Forecast Forecast Historic Historic Norms The Data Caveat The report databases are designed to give a common definition. Unfortunately. we have to flag a Data Caveat as a warning. product flow data gathering in some countries is difficult. unit of measure and quantification of markets in over 200 countries. These reports rely on data collection at various levels of the product flow. the producer. and furthermore the official statistical data is both inaccurate and sparse. In such circumstances.

Dedicated web site access for the report & databases if required. Back-up DVD with Report and Report Database. Executive Brief (90 pages) & Executive Summary (900 pages). Online downloadable Zipped version of the report. 5.Savings Institution Lines World Report Methodology For a general description of the methodology used to prepare this database see: Methodology For more information on DataGroup methodology please ask for a copy of the DataGroup Methodology Manual. See After-Sales Service. 1-2 hour Teleconference / Teamviewer presentation of the report findings if required. 4. 3. Deliverables The report will be provided as follows: 1. 24 . See After-Sales Service 6. 2. 12 months After-Sales Service.

Documents. but also the data provided by DataGroup and Data Institute. Software. DVD 1 1. 5.Savings Institution Lines World Report Toolkits To assist users there are various Toolkits available on request: Toolkit 1 & Toolkit 2 The Files. In generate DataGroup and Data Institute databases use the same database parameters. 4. and thus uses can correlate and query databases without undue difficulty. Government databases (especially the Department of Commerce. Alternatively. Data Manuals Document Templates Help files Manuals Templates Microsoft Utilities OpenOffice Business Plan Images Reference files US Census Data Tools Because all DataGroup and Data Institute database are directly compatible with U. structures and field names as those found in US Government databases. Tools. if you are already using this US Government software you can simply access the DataGroup and Data Institute databases with the same software. 6. Database Utilities 12. et al) it is sometimes useful for users to use US Government data handling tools to manage not only US Government data. NIST.S. Enterprise Resource Planning 13. 3. 10. 25 . Integrated Development Environment If you intend to implement DataGroup and Data Institute databases online (internet or intranet) then an Integrated Development Environment is often the easiest route to data dissemination and data manipulation. Treasury. 7. Utilities & Tools DVD 2 11. 8. 9. Data. 2. Utilities and other items provided on these DVDs are supplied for the sole use of the recipient. These items are the property of the publishers concerned and they may not be released or distributed without the express permission of the publisher of each item. US census.

Euler Mathematical Toolbox. GeoDA. NCSS. Statgraphics. EJS. SOCR. R Commander. LabPlot.1. OpenBUGS. KPP. APMonitor. DVD 5 Microsoft Server 2008 utilities and resources for clients implementing databases on Microsoft Server 2008 systems. Analytica. ELKI. BV4. Microsoft Server 2012 migration utilities are also provided in this Toolkit. NCAR Command Language. SPC XL. MadArtSoft. R Rattle GUI. RapidMiner. Dataplot. ADMB. Analyse-it. These are for clients implementing databases on Microsoft Server 2003 systems. The following packages are available:- acslX. Bayesian Filtering Library. Salstat. CalEst. SciPy. X-12-ARIMA. Yorick. Trilinos. XLfit. These are Open-Source packages which are generally free to use. There are about 40 Statistical packages provided in this Toolkit. Unistat. Maple. IMSL Numerical Libraries. IDAMS/WinIDAMS. JHepWork. ROOT. RATS. Madagascar. Mondrian. PSPP. Xlisp-stat. Microsoft Server 2012 migration utilities are also provided in this Toolkit. Julia. Chronux. Madeline. PARI/GP. MLwiN. Sage. SigmaXL.Savings Institution Lines World Report Toolkit 3 DVD 3 There are about 40 Statistical packages provided in this Toolkit. PAW. The Unscrambler. These are Open-Source packages which are generally free to use. Ploticus. Mathcad. Epi Info. GraphPad InStat. Baudline. Data Applied. O-Matrix. NumXL. Ch. GLIM. JMulTi. Statistical Lab. MCSim. Mathemagix. SUDAAN. Weka. S-PLUS. FlexPro. Mathematica. DVD 4 Microsoft Server 2003 utilities and resources. QtiPlot. SHAZAM. SPSS. GraphPad Prism. SOFA Statistics. SALOME. Stata. Scilab. STATISTICA. Q research software. JAGS. Hermes. LISREL. gretl. FEniCS Project. Minitab. Primer-E Primer. IBM SPSS Modeler. OptimJ. Orange. Speakeasy. Partek. StatXact. MATLAB. DADiSP. 26 . FAME. MedCalc. Demetra+. R. scikit-learn. Microsoft Server 2003 utilities and resources. Octave. Perl Data Language. Genedata Analyst. Systat. BMDP. XploRe. EViews. SigmaStat. Simul. OpenMx. Fityk. ASReml. Simfit.. CSPro. IBM SPSS Statistics. COMSOL Script. IDL. Stat-JR. Origin. GenStat. Macsyma. OriginPro. Izenda. DAP. MINUIT. ADaMSoft. These are for clients implementing databases on Microsoft Server 2003 systems. NMath Stats. Revolution Analytics. JMP. AMPL. OpenEpi. GNU Data Language. Stats Helper. PV-WAVE. VisSim. GAUSS. Toolkit 4 & Toolkit 5 These are optional Toolkits which are supplied on request. Quantum. WinBUGS. Microsoft Server 2008 utilities and resources for clients implementing databases on Microsoft Server 2008 systems. IGOR Pro. Shogun. Automlab. SAS. Waffles. Winpepi. numberGo Publisher. Angoss.

Cerebro. TaskHub. MAS 500. mySurveyLab. Planner Suite.eni-italy. SAGE Pro ERP. QAD Enterprise Applications.html For a more detailed view of a typical Resource Web: http://www. IFS Applications. dotProject. FogBugz.com. ResponseTek Networks Corp. Kayako. Open Workbench. OmniPlan. Surveynomics. Trac. Teamcenter. ERP VE (Visual Enterprise). Consona Corporation – Intuitive / Made2manage / AXIS / Cimnet / Encompix / DTR. SAGE ACCPPAC. Global Shop Solutions One-System ERP Solutions. FIRM (Confirmit). KForge. LisaProject. Microsoft Dynamics AX. Projectplace. Ramco Enterprise Series 4. MicroPlanner X-Pert. eLustro. Dolibarr. workspace. Zoho Projects ERP Packages: Adempiere. Ramco e. Compiere.Savings Institution Lines World Report Proprietary Software package compatibility If you use proprietary corporate planning software then it is easy to use these databases as they are compatible with the following packages:Some Compatible Software products (See the Database Support site for a full list) Project Management Software: 24SevenOffice. Invoke Solutions. Microsoft Dynamics SL. SYS-APPS. Opentaps.x. QuickSearch. Globalpark. Momentum. Resource Webs are maintained for the use of the client for a period of 12 months from the data of the last data addition or update to that site. Redmine. Pmplus+. NetReflector. Plex Online.net. Project KickStart. Tenrox. http://www. Enetrix. Epicor Enterprise. InLoox. JD Edwards EnterpriseOne & JD Edwards World. the Italian Oil group 27 . Hyperoffice. Journyx. Inquisite. ERP LN (Baan). SQL-Ledger. The main benefit of these Resource Webs is that the data is available to all the client’s staff and professional advisors wherever they may be. CredAbility. Huddle.NET.info produced for ENI. Ubidesk. Allegiance. Planisware 5. Medallia. SPSS. Launchpad. Accpac. ERP Adage (Adage).datagroup. MAS 200. JFire. Agresso Business World. Microsoft Dynamics NAV. 1C:Enterprise.net. ERP SX. Clicktools. VPMi. Oracle e-Business Suite. AtTask. KPlato. RightNow Technologies. SYSPRO. OFBiz. Ransys. Projektron BCS. KeySurvey (WorldAPP). Log-net. Gemini. Lawson M3 / Movex. Paradigm. Genius Inside. Rachota. Microsoft Office Project Server. Visibility. CustomerSat (MarketTools). eGroupWare. LedgerSMB. QuestManager. SAP RPM. SAP Business One. Kinesis Survey Technologies. OpenMFG. myK (myKnowledge).Applications. ProjectSpaces. ERP XA (MAPICS). TalkFreely. Assembla.ERP SL (SyteLine). codeBeamer. Postbooks. SAP Business All-in-One. MantisBT. 24SevenOffice Start / Premium / Professional. SAP Business ByDesign. Ramco On Demand ERP. GanttProject. GNU Enterprise. abas ERP. DataCycles. SAGE ERP X3. QdPM. PSNext. Bowen & Groves.. Clear Enterprise. Microsoft Project. Satmetrix.com. Smartsheet. Feng Office Community Edition. Comarch Altum. Primavera Project Planner. Qualtrics. Knowledge Wave. CGram Enterprise. Dub Studios. MacProject. Interview SA. These dedicated web sites are provided as part of the After-Sales Service. Collabtive. FastTrack Schedule.org/about-resource-webs. Openda QX. Lawson S3. WebERP. QuestBack. LiquidPlanner. Mingle. AMS Advantage. Clarizen. Concerto. HansaWorld. Project. OpenERP. XTCO. MyWorkPLAN. MAS 90. JIRA. Perseus (Vovici). TaskJuggler. COA Solutions Ltd . Fedena. and also when data is updated or new data is added then there is a common and know point of access for that data. Basecamp. ERP LX (BPCS) . Fizzback. Comprehensive Patient Administrator. WorkPLAN Enterprise. kVASy4. OpenProj. Microsoft Dynamics GP. mySAP. Technology One. TrackerSuite. Wrike. Tryton. ERP Swan (Swan). Kinetic Data. QuickBase. JustFoodERP.info. BatchMaster ERP. WorkLenz. Data Illusion. Compiere. NetSuite. PeopleSoft. Kingdee.Smart Business Suite. Grimmersoft.com. Kuali Foundation. Openbravo. Merlin. WebSPOC. WorkPLAN Enterprise Enterprise Feedback Management Systems: SynGro. BlueErp. MatchWare MindView 3 Business. Central Desktop. Glasscubes. SAP Business Suite. DatStat. Compass ERP. Mindshare Technologies. O3spaces. Maximo (MRO).Enterprise (SX. Easy Projects .Enterprise). Teamwork. Zarca Resource Web Sometimes clients also want the data loaded onto a password protected dedicated website for the use of their staff and/or any other persons they may authorise. Oracle Project Portfolio Management. Project-Open.Net. Contactizer.

Data Product levels Because of the sheer volume of data potentially available from DataGroup it has been necessary to create a number of product levels which can provide clients with as little or as much data as one needs. if converted into graphs. The database flow chart and database description should be consulted when applying statistical and modelling software.Savings Institution Lines World Report This Savings Institution Lines Report is an Entry Level product As an entry level product the narrative is necessarily illustrative in its terminology and seeks to provide a basic degree of business logic and theory which indicates the rational applied in the forecasting and modelling methodology. and international medium and long term forecasting and planning.000 record sets. Each record. Econometric Modelling level The Econometric level modelling products provide the tools and information for industry level. These products are bespoke and are specific to the industry and/or geographic reach of the client company in question.000 record sets. Real Time Support The After-Sales Service can offer client Real-Time Support. 28 .000 record sets. This usually involves using a software utility called TeamViewer (an installation program can be found in the Toolkit on your DVD or Hard Disk Drive) which allows the After-Sales Service support staff to directly link to the client’s computer and work with the users in real time. First time users should read the Database Introduction as well as the Notes and Definitions links found in each Chapter. This product can be used to build upon for various business forecasting and planning application. Corporate Modelling level The Corporate level modelling products provide the tools and information for medium and long term corporate forecasting and planning. There are subtle statistical nuances to some of the spreadsheets and databases which will help the user to fine-tune their models and forecasts to obtain maximum effect and greater accuracy. Entry level Entry level products provide the most basic degree of information supplied by DataGroup. Clients can upgrade their Product level if required. will itself produce between 1 to 300 graphs. Typically this level will produce a database and spreadsheet count of over 39. These products are bespoke and are specific to the client company in question. national. Presentation level The Presentation level products provide the information sought by a client company is a graphical or audio-visual format which is bespoke for the particular needs and applications of the client. Typically this level will produce a count of over 24. Typically for a World Report this level will produce a database and spreadsheet count of over 9.

over several time series.Savings Institution Lines World Report Research & Survey Methodology Analysis Some client may wish to understand the statistical and methodological basis of the specific research conducted and this can be provided as part of the After-Sales Service. to calculate the statistical parameters for the specific datasets. 29 . Statistical Appraisal of Datasets (via the After-Sales Service)  Sampling o External Validity o Sampling Terminology o Statistical Terms in Sampling o Probability Sampling o Nonprobability Sampling  Measurement  Construct Validity o Measurement of Validity Types o Construct Validity o Convergent & Discriminant Validity o Threats to Construct Validity o Nomological Networks o Multi-trait / Multi-method Matrix o Pattern Matching Construct Validity  Reliability o True Score o Measurement Error o Reliability o Type of Reliability Analysis o Validity  Levels of Measurement  Survey Research o Survey Type o Selecting the Survey Method o Construction of the Survey  Questions  Question Content  Response Format  Question Wording  Question Placement o Interviews o Appraisal of Survey Method  Scaling o General Issues in Scaling o Thurstone Scaling o Likert Scaling o Guttman Scaling  Qualitative Measures o Qualitative Discussion o Qualitative Data o Qualitative Approach o Qualitative Method o Qualitative Validity  Unobtrusive Measures   Design  Internal Validity  Establishing Cause & Effect  Single Group Threats  Regression to the Mean  Multiple Group Threats  Social Interaction Threats  Design Development  Design Type  Experimental Designs  Two-Group Experimental Design  Probabilistic Equivalence  Random Selection & Assignment  Classifying Experimental Designs  Factorial Design  Factorial Design Variations  Randomized Block Design  Covariance Design  Hybrid Experimental Design  Quasi-Experimental Designs o Non-equivalent Groups Design o Regression-Discontinuity Design o Other Quasi-Experimental Design  Relationships of Pre-Post Designs  Formulation of the Designs  Modification & Experimentation Analysis  Conclusion Validity o Threats to Validity o Validity Improvements o Statistical Control  Data Preparation  Descriptive Statistics o Correlation  Inferential Statistics o T-Test o Indicator Variables o General Linear Model o Post-test-Only Analysis o Factorial Design Analysis o Randomized Block Analysis o Analysis of Covariance o Non-equivalent Group Analysis o Regression-Discontinuity Analysis o Regression Displacement Analysis The data for this particular datasets is correlated with base data norms. Client can order this analysis at any time during the 12 months After-Sales Service period.

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Savings Institution Lines World Report Appendix 1 : Regional Report country coverage Canada & USA Canada United States Central America Antigua and Barbuda* Aruba Bahamas Barbados Belize Bermuda* Cayman Islands* Costa Rica Cuba Dominica Dominican Republic El Salvador Grenada* Guadeloupe Guatemala Haiti Honduras Jamaica Martinique Mexico Netherlands Antilles Nicaragua Panama Puerto Rico Saint Kitts and Nevis* Saint Lucia* Saint Vincent Grenadines* Trinidad and Tobago US Virgin Islands* South America Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Ecuador French Guiana Guyana Paraguay Peru Suriname Uruguay Venezuela Europe Albania Andorra* Armenia Austria Belarus Belgium Bosnia + Herzegovina Bulgaria Croatia Cyprus Czech Republic Denmark Finland France Eire Estonia Georgia Germany Greece Greenland* Hungary Iceland Italy Latvia Liechtenstein* Lithuania Luxembourg Macedonia Malta* Moldova Montenegro Netherlands Norway Poland Portugal Romania Serbia* Slovakia Slovenia Spain Sweden Switzerland United Kingdom Ukraine Middle East Afghanistan* Azerbaijan Bahrain Iran Iraq Israel Jordan Kuwait Lebanon Oman Pakistan Qatar Saudi Arabia Syria Tajikistan Turkey Turkmenistan United Arab Emirates Yemen* Asia Bangladesh Brunei* Burma* Cambodia China India Indonesia Japan Laos Malaysia Mongolia* Nepal* North Korea* Philippines Singapore South Korea Sri Lanka Taiwan Thailand Vietnam Oceania Australia Fiji Islands* French Polynesia* Kiribati* Micronesia* New Caledonia* New Zealand Papua New Guinea Eurasia Kazakhstan Kyrgyzstan Russia Uzbekistan The countries marked * indicate a data caveat due to local survey conditions. 31 Africa Algeria Angola Benin* Botswana Burkina Faso* Burundi* Cameroon Cape Verde* Cen African Rep* Chad* Cote d'Ivoire Democratic Republic Congo* Djibouti* Egypt Equatorial Guinea* Eritrea Ethiopia Gabon Gambia Ghana Guinea Guinea-Bissau Kenya Lesotho Liberia Libya Madagascar Malawi Mali* Mauritania* Morocco Mozambique Namibia Niger* Nigeria Republic Congo* Rwanda* S Tome Principe* Senegal Seychelles* Sierra Leone Somalia* South Africa Sudan* Swaziland Tanzania Tunisia Uganda Zambia Zimbabwe .

Savings Institution Lines World Report Appendix 2 : About the After-Sales Service The DataGroup / Data Institute After-Sales Service are an independent unit which provides support to DataGroup / Data Institute users. Online Support Account Holders receive online support via their Account Manager. This costing is based on work which is scheduled at off-peak times. Delivery We normally seek to fulfil orders in 7-14 days. and on an Ad Hoc basis to retail and non-account users. Costs The current cost is £75 per hour. Telephone Support Account Holders receive telephone support via their Account Manager. Reseller or Retailer. This will underline the work which is to be provided and the cost of that work. this includes all researchers / computer / database access costs. Quotations Client will usually be provided with a formal proposal and quotation for After-Sales Service work. The After-Sales Service is a stand-alone unit which is not connected to any particular Distributor. We cannot generally provide data from unrelated databases. We are able to offer online support to Ad Hoc or retail clients by specific agreement for this. unless there is a specific agreement for this. The client will need to install the TeamViewer software on their own computer to allow online assistance. We are unable to offer telephone support to Ad Hoc or retail clients unless there is a specific agreement for this. Database specificity The After-Sales Service can only provide support for the specific database(s) licenced to the user. The support is provided on a contractual basis to Account Holders. For more urgent After-Sales Service work the costs depend on the client’s time frame and the availability of our researchers. 32 .

e. we will then produce a static PDF document which will form the basis of the contract. This also helps to reduce costs as the use of automated data processing and standard data formats are always less expensive to produce than Ad Hoc work. and that specification is available. i. The best method to organise the ordering of data is as follows:- 1 Additional Market Research Data 2 Distribution Channels & End Users 3 Survey Data 4 Corporate Data 5 Additional Requirements Once a client has specified exactly what data is needed. Modular research Once the After-Sales Service understands the general data requirements they will send the Client a Modular Proposal as a Word document. then the After-Sales Service will produce a written quotation of cost and delivery time. extract the basic data which will then lead to more complex data or correlations. 33 . To delete unwanted elements Clients strikeout those items: Strikeout unwanted items To insert information objectives Clients do so in Red Once the After-Sales Service have a final specification. The Client can then select the Parts required.Savings Institution Lines World Report How to order After-Sales Services The After-Sales Service is most effective if users plan their orders sequentially. What this means is that it is frequently less expensive to obtain a World or Regional report or database rather than separate country data. and amend or modify the information objectives.

Market Research Markets & Products Clients can order data for additional Product and Market Sectors. by year Historic: from 2007. Part 1. and a Forecast by year to 2028.3 The client can specify Product & Market breakdowns as needed: Part 1.4 The client can specify Product & Market breakdowns as needed: End of PART 1 34 .1 The client can specify Product & Market breakdowns as needed: Part 1.Savings Institution Lines World Report 1. This will always include data.2 The client can specify Product & Market breakdowns as needed: Part 1. Data can be provided for up to 200 countries.

Savings Institution Lines World Report 2. The data is based on a series of existing DataGroup databases:- The client can specify information as needed 35 . The data is based on a series of existing DataGroup databases:- The client can specify information as needed End Users This section can investigate the End Users of the Products in the selected markets. Distribution Channels & End Users Data Distribution Channels & End Users Distribution Channels This section can investigate the Product Distribution Channels in the selected Markets.

Distribution Channels. Survey Data Supplementary Survey Data for the selected Products & Markets Finance Surveys Each survey (Suppliers. Decision Makers. Decision Makers. & Competitors in the selected Markets. Trading Area. Supplier Operations. Products The client can specify information as needed Operations The client can specify information as needed Buyer & Decision The client can specify information as needed Maker Profiles Trading Area The client can specify information as needed Competitors The client can specify information as needed These surveys cover the Markets. Buyer & End Users. Competitors. Operations and Product Flows in terms of the Suppliers. Products. Distributors. 36 . and End Users) contains 5 sub-sets for Products. and End Users.Savings Institution Lines World Report 3.

Distribution Survey results:Savings Institution Lines The client can specify information as needed Decision Makers One can investigate the product Buyers and Purchasing Decision Makers in the selected Markets. Purchasing Decision Makers Survey results:Savings Institution Lines The client can specify information as needed End Users One can investigate the End Users in the selected Markets. End User & Buyer Survey results:- Savings Institution Lines The client can specify information as needed 37 . Industry Performance Survey results:Savings Institution Lines The client can specify information as needed Distribution Channels One can investigate the product Distribution Channels in the selected Markets.Savings Institution Lines World Report Industry & Supplier Performance One can investigate the product Industry in the selected Markets.

g. via importers or distributor. direct sales to End Users. as specified by the client. Availability of products (% of product in stock versus product to be ordered) 9. 10. Type of distribution channel. Discount structures 7. For example:1. Financials: historical sales. 4. 13. By industry sector and application sector as defined by the client. number of field sales persons per country. product distributor. gross profit margin. 15. for the sales made by a Target Company those products sold to specific categories of customers. 3. customer service partner) per country 5. For example. 2. This part is provided as a PDF file or a Word file.Savings Institution Lines World Report 4. 38 . The average Modernization and Upgrades period by Product Sector defined by the client. 11. et cetera. Technology and innovation: innovative technology or application developments. Sales by the type of Support for all categories specified by the client. The size (in terms of number) of management team per country. how much of their revenue is generated from providing various products. a. Customer Perceptions 12. Capacity by product/market defined 8. specifiers.g. forecasted sales. 6. however this data has to be verified by a telephone survey to ensure that the data is up-to-date. OEM sales. documentation. Corporate Data Corporate data is available. headcount. Data Objectives for each Target Company The data objectives have to be set by the client and were possible these will be achieved by the research. production sites (city). customer service sites (city). via specifiers. Partners by type (e. 14. Countries covered by the competitors. collated and analysed for each target company. In addition some data will need to be updated. et cetera. e. A list of products produced by the Target Company or sourced from other suppliers. Pricing by product sector defined by the client. number of customer service staff per country. Et cetera… The client can specify any particular data which needs to be covered. partnering with third party providers. or application to specific categories of customers.

3. 6. 39 . 5. 4. 8.Savings Institution Lines World Report List of Target Companies The Client may either select the target themselves. 9. The client can specify here which Target Companies are to be covered: 1. 10. or can specify the Top 10 or Top 15 in the World / Europe / individual Country / et cetera. 7. 2.

Advertising media 27. Current Financial Plan 46. Company Key Assets 10. Product Brands 35. Year established 15. Mainline product / service 11. Chief Executive 3. Future Target Customers 48. Capital investment 25. Premises 34. Distribution 31. Consumer Features & Benefits 38. Competitive Advantage 41. Projected Market Size 51. Distribution network 32. Parent Company 13. Sales promotion activity 29. Legal Entity & Ownership 8. Products Carried & Services Offered 37. Future Process Trends 49. Target Customers 43. Target Markets 42. Current Management 45. Current employees 16. Physical processing locations 24. Investment Fund Sources & Use of Funds 47. Company Description 6. Planned Products & Services 52. Chairman 2. Use of distribution channels Corporate Observations: 33. Advertising expenditure 26. Shareholders 18. Bankers 14. Product Sales Channels 36. Company Facilities 9. Subsidiaries 20. Current Market Analysis 39. Product / services provided 12. Method of selling 30. Companies represented 22. Executives: Corporate Summary: 5. Company History 7. Associated companies 21. Issued capital 17. Last published turnover 19. Development Plans 40 . Advertising posture 28.Savings Institution Lines World Report Base data objectives for the Target Company Key Personnel: 1. Agencies 23. Current Strategy & Implementation 44. Directors: 4. Competition 40. Future Market Analysis 50.

68. Strengths 54. Reputation as a quality Supplier. Use of Funds 77. Opportunities 56. Sales Strategy 62. Strategic Alliances 63. Staff Members Financial Plans: 75. 82. but is presented as the qualified and subjective opinions of those responding to the surveys. Marketing Strategy 61. Exit Strategies Management: 72. Internet Strategy 60. Balance Sheet Topics 79. 65. Market Penetration Penetrate and raise awareness in the targeted markets. Leadership 74. Finance Requirements 76. Expansion potential. stocking. Distribution Channels and Buyers of the products supplied by the target company. Building the customer base.Savings Institution Lines World Report Swot Analysis: 53. 67. 81. Threats Future Strategy Planning & Implementation: 57. Philosophy 58. Organisational Structure 73. Cash Flow 78. 41 . Weaknesses 55. staff hiring and marketing. Generate repeat and referral sales. This data is derived from the Surveys of Industry sources.…/ These above items are a qualitative analysis of the Target Company. Operations Goals: 64. 70. Product Development 59. 71. . 66. Achieving a higher profit margin. This data is not quantified. Financial Assumptions Specific Additional corporate data required on Target Companies The client should specify any particular corporate data which is needed: 80. Renovating premises. 69.

9. 27. 23. 28. 29. the most salient Management figures and margins. … 42. … 44. 15. 33. 24. 26. Total Fixed Assets Finished Product Stocks Work in Progress as Stocks Materials as Stocks Total Stocks / Inventory Debtors Miscellaneous Current Assets Total Current Assets Total Assets Creditors Short Term Loans Miscellaneous Current Liabilities Total Current Liabilities Net Assets / Capital Employed Long Term Loans Miscellaneous Long Term Liabilities Shareholders’ Funds Process Workers Total Employees Specific Additional Financial data required on Target Companies The client should specify any particular Financial data which is needed: 40. as an Excel file: Product Revenue Product Profitability as a % of Sales Total Process Space Average Site Process Space Average Site Revenues Average Site Establishment Cost Fixed Assets: Premises Fixed Assets: Equipment Fixed Assets: Miscellaneous Items Fixed Assets Capital Expenditure on Premises Capital Expenditure on Plant Capital Expenditure on Equipment Cap.Savings Institution Lines World Report Financial Data for the Target Company The financial data is provided in sections:1. 17. 14. 2. 42 . 45. … 43. 18. 4. 39. Management Accounts Management figures for the Target Company: 1. 13. 47. 37. 36. 32. 3. 35. 5. 30. 25. 16. on Data Processing Capital Expenditure on Misc. 7. 34. … 41. 8. and 2. 20. 19. 38. a full Balance Sheet and Management Accounts simulation. 11. 22. 10. Expend. 46. 12. 6. Items Total Capital Expenditure Retirements: Premises Retirements: Plant & Equipment Retirements: Miscellaneous Items Total Retirements 21. 31.

Average Remuneration (all employees) 113. 71. 53. 83. 80. 3. Stock Turnover (Sales as a ratio of Stocks) 92. 79. 54. Creditors' Ratio 94. 57. 11. 9. 43. 65. 70. Working Capital / Sales 97. 39.Savings Institution Lines World Report Balance Sheet and Management Ratios Balance Sheet and Management Accounts for the Target Company: 1. Research & Development Investment as a % of Sales 103. Remunerations / Sales 43 . 68. 32. 67. 73. Credit Period 93. 75. Un-Recoverable Debts Ratio of Total Debts 96. 18. 30. 41. Investment as a Ratio of Added Value 100. 63. Total Debt as a ratio of Working Capital 111. Borrowing Ratio 108. 40. Vertical Integration Ratio 102. Stock Materials as a Ratio of Work in Progress Un-recoverable Debts Ratio of Total Debt Un-recoverable Debts Ratio Within Terms Total Sales Costs as a % of Sales Total Distribution Costs as a % of Sales Total Advertising Costs as a % of Sales Total After-Sales Costs as a % of Sales Total Customer Compensation Costs Total Variable Marketing Costs % of Sales Total Fixed Marketing Costs % of Sales Total Fixed Marketing Costs : Ratio of Total Variable Marketing Costs Variable Sales Personnel Costs: Marketing Variable Distribution Ratio Marketing Costs Variable Advertising Costs : Marketing Variable After-Sales Costs as a Ratio of Marketing Costs Sales Personnel Variable Costs : Sales Sales Personnel Variable Costs : Debtors Sales Personnel Variable Costs Exports as a % of Sales $ Hourly Pay Rate $ Hourly Wage Rate Capital Employed Return on Capital Return on Assets Return on Shareholders' Funds 91. 36. 16. 28. 23. 34. 17. Sales per Employee 115. 8. 49. Default Debtors Ratio of Total Debtors 95. Current Ratio 106. 46. 4. Equity Ratio 109. 5. 20. Debt Gearing Ratio 112. 52. 76. 26. 29. 77. 45. 64. 38. 81. Value of Plant & Equipment as a % of Sales 101. 44. 33. 21. Income Gearing 110. 2. 55. 58. 62. 84. Profit per Employee 114. 56. Quick Ratio 107. 69. 72. 42. 50. 10. 14. 66. 51. Average Remuneration (all employees) Profit per Employee Sales per Employee Remunerations / Sales Fixed Assets per Employee Capital Employed per Employee Total Assets per Employee Value of Average Investment per Employee Value Added per Employee Materials Costs as a % of Sales Wage Costs as a % of Sales Payroll and Wages as a Ratio to Materials Variable Costs as a % of Sales Fixed Costs as a % of Sales Fixed Costs as a Ratio of Variable Costs Distribution Costs as a % of Sales Warehousing Costs as a % of Sales Physical Costs as a % of Sales Fixed as a Ratio of Variable Distribution Costs Fixed as a Ratio of Variable Warehousing Costs Fixed as a Ratio of Variable Physical Costs Fixed Ratio of Variable Total Distribution Costs Product Returns Costs % of Sales Product Installation Costs as a % of Sales Product Breakdown Costs as a % of Sales Product Systems Costs as a % of Sales Product Service & Associated Costs % of Sales Customer & Associated Costs % Sales Stock Work in Progress & Materials as a Ratio of Finished Products 60. as an Excel file: Return on Capital Return on Assets Return on Shareholders' Funds Pre-tax Profit Margins Operating Profit Margin Trading Profit Margin Return on Investment Assets Utilisation (Sales to Total Assets) Sales as a ratio of Fixed Assets Stock Turnover (Sales as a ratio of Stocks) Credit Period Creditors' Ratio (given as Creditors divided by Sales times 365 days) Default Debtors / Ratio of Total Debtors Un-Recoverable Debts Ratio of Total Debts Working Capital / Sales Materials & Energy Costs as a % of Sales Added Value Investment as a Ratio of Added Value Value of Plant & Equipment % of Sales Vertical Integration (Value Added % Sales) Research & Development Investment % Sales Capital Expenditure Investment % of Sales Marketing Costs as a % of Sales Current Ratio (Current Assets/Liabilities) Quick Ratio Borrowing Ratio Total Debt ratio of Net Worth) Equity Ratio (Shareholders Funds ratio Total Liabilities) Income Gearing Total Debt as a ratio of Working Capital Debt Gearing Ratio (Long Term Loans ratio of Net Worth) 31. 37. 12. 22. 59. 78. 6. 19. 82. 24. 61. 7. Capital Expenditure Investment % Sales 104. Materials & Energy Costs as a % of Sales 98. 74. 25. 27. Marketing Costs as a % of Sales 105. Added Value 99. 48. 13. 47. 15. 35.

as used by accountants and financial managers. The Balance Sheet formats are used by accountants when they produce management accounts for companies and when they audit company financial results. outstanding social security contributions. like leased property holdings. In many jurisdictions there will be liabilities due to national and local taxes and duties.Savings Institution Lines World Report 85. are assets during buoyant market conditions in market specific locations. 118. 88. Balance sheets are done on an Annual basis and Cashflow projections are done on a Monthly basis. Certain items. 117. and a calculation must be made in relation to the actual market value of the assets set off against the amount of the charge. thus if one set of data is changed (for example Payroll Costs) then this automatically changes the other data in the Balance Sheet or Cashflow projection. and other Tangible Assets like the actual or current market value of owned Property. and allow for the on-going exploitation of such assets. and other costs. Essentially the Shareholders Funds are what assets would be realisable if the company was liquidated. These documents are usually produced as interactive/dynamic Excel sheets. 90. Those realisable assets tend to be found as Stock and Inventory (at the current product level valuation). 89. This is especially critical when evaluating Net Assets or Shareholders Funds. 87. Intangible Assets like intellectual property rights. however in depressed market conditions or depressed market locations. In many instances this produces a negative figure. and this is listed as a net liability and deducted from the Net Assets figure. these items are a liability because the company are tied to unprofitable locations and are constrained by the terms of the property leases. 44 . and redundancy liabilities. or goodwill. Background to the Derived Financial calculations There is a radical difference between the published financial data of companies and the Derived Financial calculations shown in these reports. Fixed Assets per Employee Capital Employed per Employee Total Assets per Employee Value of Average Investment / Employee Value Added per Employee NB: These above tables use standard Accounting terms. Pre-tax Profit Margins Operating Profit Margin Trading Profit Margin Return on Investment Assets Utilisation (Sales : Total Assets) Sales as a ratio of Fixed Assets 116. 119. The Derived Financial calculations pay particular attention to the off balance sheet activities of the company. it may not reflect the actual financial circumstances of that company. In addition assets which have been mortgaged or pledged or against which there is a charge cannot be regarded as assets. The software used to produce these calculations search for the realisable assets of the company. are only valuable where market conditions are buoyant and optimistic. 120. and the legal context to those activities. 86. Whereas a company’s published financial data may rely on the auditor’s opinion that it is a fair representation of that company’s financial situation. These are the Liquidated Net Assets of the enterprise. Where a company is trading in difficult market conditions these items should be considered as liabilities chargeable against Shareholder Funds. The Balance Sheets are not the same as the Cashflow projections.

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