A Case Study on Gulf Oil Corporation

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A case study On Gulf Oil Corp. Course no. F-403 Course Title: Investment Banking & Lease Financing Submitted To Gazi Hasan Jamil Assistant Professor Department of Finance University of Dhaka Date of Submission - Group Profile----08 No Name Roll no. 01 Kutub Uddin Tanvir 14-025 02 Md. Biplob Tarafder 14-035 03 Md. Raihan Robin 14-117 04 Santu Kumar Kundu 14-153 05 Sumit Chowdhury 14-111 Letter of Transmittal January 09, 2010 Gazi Hasan Jamil Assistant Professor, Dept. of Finance, University of Dhaka. Dear Sir, As per our…show more content…
• Considerable part of market share. • Sizeable cash flow. • Member of ‘seven sister’. Weakness: • Decreasing market capture. • Comparatively low ROE in industry. • Low ROA. • Little diversification. IFE Matrix: Internal Strength Weight Rating Weighted score 1. High Reserve Of Oil 20% 4 0.8 2. Huge Volume Of Exploration And Development Cost 15% 4 0.6 3. High Managerial Efficiency. 8% 3 0.24 4. Considerable Part Of Market Share 10% 4 0.4 5. Sizeable Cash Flow 9% 3 0.27 6. Member Of ‘Seven Sister’ 12% 3 0.36 Internal weakness 1. Decreasing Market Capture 8% 1 0.08 2. Comparatively Low ROE In Industry 10% 1 0.10 3. Low ROA 5% 2 0.10 4. Little Diversification 3% 2 0.06 TOTAL WEIGHTED SCROE 100% 3.01 Major weakness(1); minor weakness(2); major strength (4); minor strength(3) Opportunity: • Increased consolidation. • Increase in consumption of oil globally. • High probability of discovering oil. Threats: • Political influence. • Low possibility of price increase. • Threats of hostile takeover. • High competition. EFE Matrix: External Opportunity Weight Rating Weighted score 1. Increased consolidation. 10% 3 0.30 2. Increase in consumption of oil globally 13% 4 0.52 3. High probability of discovering huge reserve 20% 3 0.60 External Threats 1. Political influence 15% 1 0.15 2. Low possibility of price increase 10% 1 0.10 3. Threats of hostile takeover 20% 3 0.60 4. High
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