* Legal and other expenses were expected to be $125,000. 3. Preferred and common stock * Each unit consists of 3,000 preferred shares and 2,500 common shares. * The units would sell for $100,000. * Legal and other costs would be $125,000. FINANCIAL STATEMENTS Balance Sheet Earning Before Interest and Tax Impact of Financing Options on Earnings Balance Sheet – Year 1 EVALUATION OF ALTERNATIVES Alternative 1 : 20-year mortgage Because of the fact that BHC is a new venture ; the risk is actually high. Mortgage rate appears to compensate for the risk.When BHC had acquired $2,275,000 with a mortgage.
Question 5: Evaluate the Put-Warrant/Convertible Bond proposal. Does it solve Intel’s capital structure dilemma? What arguments might be made in favor of it? Intel’s capital structure dilemma was that it was holding too much cash on hand. Eventually, there were three available strategies or alternatives that Intel could undertake in terms
We chose Broad Differentiator as the basic strategy for our company. Through this strategy, our company will attempt to differentiate our product line in several distinct dimensions. By providing products that are vastly superior and unique from our competitors and pricing the products affordably, we can gain customers’ loyalty and
Analysis of outlook for MCI MCI would be better to keep its capital structure of 55% debt. The cost of equity is high because raising more equity will dilute the value for existing shareholders. Due to the fact that MCI has a high leverage, it is not feasible to issue debt. Additionally, MCI has exhausted the line of credit from the banks and used convertible debentures frequently. MCI belongs to a competitive and regulatory industry. The high leverage will limit its potential to grow. In exhibit 8, MCI does not have a bond rating. The convertible bond allowed the company to raise capital and convert to equity later. The interest coverage ratio of AT&T is 3.6X whereas that of MCI is 4.2X. After increasing the market share, the company can obtain a bond rating by decreasing its financial leverage.
Home Depot & Capital Structure Finding the perfect capital structure in terms of risk and reward can ensure a company meets shareholder expectations and protects a firm in times of recession. Capital structure refers to how a business puts its money to “work”. The two forms of capital structure are equity capital and debt capital. Both have their benefits and limitations. Striking that perfect balance between the two can mean the difference between thriving versus trying to survive.
1. What are the annual cash outlays associated with the bond issue? The common stock issue/ The bond principal repayment will be $6.25 million annually. The cash dividends will be $7.5 million annually on additional stock. 2. How do you respond to each director’s assessment of the financing decision? The following assessments
II. Case’s main elements: * KTM is the only pure off-road motorcycle player * KTM benefits from two long time players in the industry that attract investors confidence: Knünz and Pierer
* Inflation or deflation and the rise of COGS. * Changes in the ability to obtain favorable financing. 3. What is the financial risk of the company (the debt to total $6,068 + $1,573 - $1,787 - $1,211 in millions = $4,643. 8. What is the company’s current Marginal Tax Rate? 36% 9. What is the Cost of Debt, before and after taxes? Using the interest rate for the largest debt…cannot use the weighted interest rate for the debt since it includes capital lease obligations with no stated rate and could not find in the notes to the financials. 5.4% After tax cost is .054 x (1-.36) = 3.5%
Financial Analysis As shown in Exhibit, profitability has been a concern to Kootenay - gross margins are below industry average of 28-50% for its complete bike products (Entrée; -0.83%, Dlux; 7.76%, and Ultra;-6.73%) where materials have represented a high percentage of the costs (58 – 74%). Selling frame alone has shown stronger profitability (23.33%) but overall returns needs to be improved (ROA/ROE are -14%/-22%).
OPTIMAL CAPITAL STRUCTURE (OCS) Nevertheless, the use of the Optimal Capital Structure (OCS) is the right techniques to be used in order to acquire the right combination of debt and equity that can maximize the
➢ What is/are suitable Government interest rates from Table B, 8.72%. The 10 year rate was chosen to be consistent with time lengths. Then the value for equity, debt and the firm need to be calculated, this is a simple step. The market price of the shares is multiplied by the number of outstanding shares to find the value of equity and the book value of long term debt is used for the value of debt and the value of both equity and debt are added together to come up with the value of the firm. The weight of the equity and debt can now be calculated by dividing the value of equity or debt by the value of the company. Lastly, the tax rate was calculated by using the balance sheet, given in exhibit 1, to determine income taxes paid and dividing it by earnings before interest and taxes for each of the last ten years then by taking the average of the ten years tax rates.
The cost of debt (kd) rate of 13% was used after we assessed the key industrial financial ratios and compared them with that of Wrigley’s (See Appendix 2) to conclude that it was in the range between the BB rate of
of outstanding shares) + (short-term debt + long-term debt + capitalized leases + preferred stock - cash on hand)
Introduction SKYCITY Entertainment Group Limited (SKY) is a leading entertainment and gaming business which has been a successful brand and has an iconic performance status since when the company first listed in New Zealand NZX in 1996. The core business of SKY is operating monopoly casinos in New Zealand (Auckland, Hamilton
Pablo Este, owner of the South American steel company, Rosario Acero, SA, is currently trying to determine his company's optimal capital structure. Este must beside whether it should issue long-term debt in the form of bonds (notes + warrants) or long-term publicly traded stock (equity) through the company's first initial public offering (IPO). Management is seeking $7.5 million in capital in order to (1) pay down its working-capital line of credit, (2) repay long-term debt and (3) capital improvements, among other things.