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
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• 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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