AEM222 - case 5_Essay

AEM222 - case 5_Essay - Dynashears Incorporated Case...

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Dynashears Incorporated Case Analysis 3/31/2006 Problem : Dynashears had recently become affiliated with Wellington National Bank of New York sometime in early 1990. At the time the company had been consistently making profits and growing since 1958. It was also in the process of making plans to modernize their plant program in order to increase efficiency. Unfortunately for Dynashears, for the rest of 1990 and the upcoming year of 1991 they were going to see a consistent fall in sales, a diminished ability to pay off loans, and an increasing need for more funding from the bank. Components of the Issue at Hand : Mr. Sheehan made a few assumptions regarding the projected productivity of Dynashears for the rest of 1990 and for the first two fiscal quarters of 1991. First, he believed that sales would rise throughout the summer and fall, only to drop slightly heading into the last two months of the year. Going into the new year Mr. Sheehan thought that sales would continue to fall, rising a small amount in June. It was also projected that dividends paid to investors would total 1.3 million dollars by June of 1991. As these numbers are set presently, Dynashears would have
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This essay was uploaded on 02/20/2009 for the course AEM 2220 taught by Professor Perez,p.d. during the Spring '06 term at Cornell.

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AEM222 - case 5_Essay - Dynashears Incorporated Case...

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