The company has an agreement with a bank that allows the company to borrow the exact amount needed at the beginning of each month. The interest rate on these loans is 1% per month and for simplicity we will assume that interest is not compounded. At the end of the quarter, the company will pay the bank all of the accrued interest on the loan and as much of the loan as possible while still retaining at least $50,000 in cash.
terms of the agreement, specific maturity terms will be negotiated by Buck and the bank after each draw on the Facility. • On June 15, 2010, Buck drew $60 million, and signed a note to repay the full amount
Dicks Sporting Good is the largest and most profitable publicly held specialty sporting goods retailer in the nation. In 2012, they strengthened their competitive position by expanding their store network, enhancing the customers shopping environment, growing their own private brand portfolio and upgrading several of their key technology systems. They have also set the stage for future growth by opening a fourth distribution center, breaking new ground with the “Untouchable” marketing campaign and fueling the market research engine by testing new retail concepts. For the last three years the store profits grew tremendously. The initiatives drove sales up and they were able in 2012 to have $345 million in cash and cash equivalents and no outstanding borrowings under our revolving credit facility (DKS Annual
How should they be disclosed? The statement of cash flows presents investing and financing activities so that even noncash transactions of an investing and financing nature are disclosed in the financial statements. If they affect financial conditions significantly, the FASB requires that they be disclosed in either a separate schedule at the bottom of the statement of cash flows or in a separate note or supplementary schedule to the financial statements.
The statement of cash flows breaks down the cash exchange of the long term debt for the past two years. Under the Financing Activities portion of the cash flows statement it shows the long term debt broken down intoproceeds from and repayment of bank loans. The calculations of the changes in the past two years are expressed below in thousands:
Topical Index of Student Cases Mead pays no funds to Generous Motors or GMCC until it sells the automobile. Mead must then repay the balance of the loan plus interest to GMCC. How should Mead report the acquisition and repayment transactions in its Statement of Cash Flows?
| Assets | Liability | Owner’s Equity | DescriptionInvestmentBuy van w/cashFurniture on accountServices on accountRepairs Collected amountPay on accountPay electric billWithdrawalCollected amountEnding Balance
2. Forecast the firm’s financial statements for 2002 and 2003. What will be the external financing requirements of the firm in those years? Can the firm repay its loan within a reasonable period? In order to forecast the financial statements of 2002 and 2003, the following assumptions need to be made. The growth of sales is 15%, same as 2001, which is estimated by managers. The rate of production costs and expenses per sales is constant to 50%. Administration and selling expenses is the average of last 4 years. The depreciation is $7.8 million per year, which is calculated by $54.6 million divided by 7 years. Tax rate is 24.5%, which is provided. The dividend is $2 million per year only when the company makes profits. Therefore, we assume that there will be no dividend in 2003. Gross PPE will be $27.3 million (54.6/2) per year. We also assume there is no more long term debt, because any funds need in the case are short term debt, it keeps at $18.2 million. According to the forecast, Star River needs external financing approximately $94 million and $107 million in 2002 and 2003, respectively. In order to analysis if the company can repay the debt, we need to know the interest coverage ratio, current ratio and D/E ratio. The interest coverage ratios through the forecast were 1.23 and 0.87 respectively, which is the danger signal to the managers, because in 2003, the profits even not
Pierce Control Systems case 1. Based on the 10 percent compensating balance requirement, how much would Pierce Control Systems have to borrow to acquire $10 million in needed funds?
Intro After conducting a DCF analysis, Carded Graphics should buy the new sheeter because it will ad value to the company. In exhibit one, after the initial investment in 2009, the rest of the cash flows for the nine
The pro forma statements of cash-flows are projected statements of cash flows. Cash receipts are classified as operating, investing, or financing activities. In direct presentation it reports the major classes of gross cash, operating receipts, and payments and the difference between them. Indirect presentation reconciles net income with the net operating cash-flows which requires balance sheet data such as accounts receivable, accounts payable, inventory, and net income.
The final section of the statement of cash flows is the financing section, which shows the dividends paid, the purchases of stock, the net borrowings, and other possible cash flows from financing activities. A positive trend for investors is the fact that dividends paid has increased (even though it is negative to the firm) as well as sale purchase of stock, from 2009 to 2011 and even increased quarterly in 2011. The net borrowings is off an on from 2009 to 2011 possibly because of certain funds needed in particular years. In 2009, it was $5,746,000,000 and in 2010, it was $190,000,000. It shot back up again in 2011, with $5,960,000,000.
Introduction A syndicated loan is where a group of banks lend money to the borrower on a single loan agreement, each of these banks lend to the borrower in accordance to the agreement. When a syndicated loan agreement is negotiated, borrower agrees, on a limitation clause which may, terminate the credit facility if there is any deterioration in the position of the borrower, which is material to the lender and the agreement. This clause maybe called as the Material Adverse Change or Material Adverse Event Clauses. The main use of these clauses is to protect the interest of the lender at different stages of the agreement from making an unprofitable and loss making deal.