Midterm 1_Fall 2017_part one

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FIN 305 Midterm 1 – Part One Fall 2017 1. ( Total of 60 points ) You are the manager of a small, growing manufacturing company. Your team would like to know a) the external financing needs, and b) the valuation of your company (such that you can properly price your shares). After proper analysis with industry experts, your suppliers, customers and competitors, you are comfortable with the following projection assumptions: a) ( 10 points ) Build the Income Statement projections ( round to the nearest whole dollar ) :
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FIN 305 Midterm 1 – Part One Fall 2017 b) ( 30 points ) Build the Balance Sheet projections ( round to the nearest whole dollar ) :
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FIN 305 Midterm 1 – Part One Fall 2017 c) ( 9 points ) Given the assumptions, calculate: a) the Cash Flow to Equity (CFE) for 2018, 2019 and 2020 b) the Operating Cash Flow (OCF) for 2018, 2019 and 2020
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FIN 305 Midterm 1 – Part One Fall 2017 c) the total Investment in Net Operating Working Capital (NOWC) for the three-year projection
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