CASE OF MR. RAMÍREZ |
UNIVERSITY POLITÉCNICO GRANCOLOMBIANO. |
DIANA CARO CADAVID.DIANA CHACÓN CORONADOANDRÉS RAMÍREZ BRICEÑO |
09 DE NOVIEMBRE DEL 2009. |
INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT COMPANY XYZ
DIANA CHACÓN CORONADO.
ANDRÉS RAMÍREZ BRICEÑO.
DIANA C. CARO CADAVID.
PRESENT TO: RICARDO RODRIGUEZ.
UNIVERSITY POLITÉCNICO GRANCOLOMBIANOINTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
09 DE NOVIEMBER OF 2009
In this work we are going to study the situation of the company XYZ. This company produces one product denominated v-3, and the company received a proposal where they have to produce a new product denominated Ar-5. The objective is that the company decides to produce this new product and discover if theproduction of this new product is good for the company. If the product is profitable, the company makes different budgets like, sales, incomes, labor, raw materials with the objective to study and see the different costs and expenses that the company will have producing Ar-5. In the work also is presented the sheet balance and the income and loss statement of the company in order to know the earnings,the assets, the liabilities and the capital of this, company. Then we make a cash flow with the objective to know the incomes and outcomes of the company XYZ and see if the company presents deficit or surplus. At the end of the workshop we analyze the cash flow and we see that there is a deficit from September to December, so it is necessary that the company cover this deficit; in order to coverthis deficit the company took different loans from different banks or organizations that could help to the company.
CASE OF MR. RAMÍREZ STAGE 0
Mr. Ramirez is the manager of xyz Company; he is looking at the situation of working capital in July 2006, he want to calculate the requirements of money for six months and in the same way make their plantation. This company produces a product calledv-3, it has good demand, and its monthly average is 75 units at a price of USD 200 each. In May of 2006 the company received a proposal to produce 301 units from ar-5 at a price of USD 615 each. In August the company should produce a sample that is billed until September, the ar-5 will be produced with the materials that are in existence.
The labor for the ar-5 was estimated in USD 500 and withthe experience acquired when producing the sample, it may start producing from the first of September at a rate of 100 units until November 30, and the delivery will begin in the first week of October at a rate of 100 units per month.
The indirect costs per unit to produce ar-5 are:
* USD 242 for labor
* USD 128 for materials
Mr. Ramirez also estimated that the additional labor needed forthe production of the ar-5 will require USD 2500 of extraordinary expenses in wages during August and USD 3000 for additional expenses of wages in December. To ensure against delays in delivery, Mr. Ramirez thought in maintaining the minimum of one month of supply of raw material for the ar-5 in every moment during the production. Most purchases in the company are made in conditions of 30 daysnet and all the bills are paid on Fridays. There are 4 paydays in July, 5 in August, 4 in September and October. 5 in November and 4 in December, in each payday wages are settled of the running week. The paid for the ar-5 will be received 60 days after de date of shipping.
The indirect costs to produce v-3 are:
* USD 40 for materials
* USD 36 for labor
It is necessary a minimum stock of3 months of supply of raw materials and the level of stocks of work in process will remain the same.
The v-3 is shipped as soon as they are produced and the sale conditions will be 30 days net and is expected that the production and the shipments go on at a rate of 75 units per month.
The monthly indirect expenses are:
* Depreciation USD 540
* Management USD 2350
* Another indirect...