CASE STUDY: RATIOS AND FINANCIAL
PLANNING AT S&S AIR
The calculations for the ratios listed are:
Current ratio = $3,138,220 / $2,162,080
Current ratio = 1.45 times
Quick ratio = ($3,138,220 1,238,500) / $2,162,080
Quick ratio = 0.88 times
Cash ratio =
Strengths and Opportunities
Analsysis of Proton Holdings
Presented by team of Marketing Research Analyst of Proton Holdings Berhad
Yeoh Joo Keong
Lim Jun Yang
Afiq Bin Tariq
Nur Aqielah Binti Anuar
AVILLASH NAIR A/L MOHAN
FATHIMAH YUSRINA BINTI ZAINAL ABIDIN
MUHAMMAD HAZIQ FAUZI BIN HASSAN
MUHAMMAD IZAAZ BIN ZAINAL
THASHIDARAN AIL THARMAR
1131122010 internal Factor Evaluation
To investigate the effective of MCCG(2007) and MCCG(2012) to mitigate earnings
1. Download annual reports of companies assigned and fill in the excel file
Internal Factor Evaluation
Facebooks social networking websites popularity
comes along with a Strong Brand Image. It has
developed its business into a reliable social media
provider, its brand image is known all over the
Mobile advertising is also another opportunity for Facebook. In December 2016, the daily
average users for mobile increased to about 25 percent primarily due to introduction of smart
phones and tablets. Facebook can earn more profits through m
ADV Accounting Information System
Lim Jun Yang
Chin Weng Loon
Leong Joon Seng
Lau Wei Chuan
Yap Wei Loong
Table Of Content
Question 1- Part A.2
Question 1- Part B.3
Lila Battle has determined that the annual demand for number 6 screws is
100,000 screws. Lila, who works in her brothers hardware store, is in charge of
purchasing. She estimates that it costs $10 every time an order is placed. Thi
Adapted from Mohamed Ghows, A.H. et al. (2011) Proton From Saga to Exora. Asian Journal
of Case Research, 4 (S), 61-77.
Overview of the Automotive Market
Malaysia: The biggest automobile customer market in South-East Asia
The history of the Malaysian auto
220.127.116.11 Value Chain Analysis
Value chain analysis is a strategy tool used to analyze internal firm activities. Its goal is to recognize,
which activities are the most valuable to the firm and which ones could be improved to provide
Strategic Performance Measurement:
Benefits, Limitations and Paradoxes
Pietro Micheli and Jean-Francois Manzoni
Strategic Performance Measurement (SPM) can be both functional and dysfunctional for
organisations. SPM can help organisati
Barbara Bright is the purchasing agent for West Valve Company. West Valve sells industrial
valves and fluid control devices. One of the most popular valves is the Western, which has
an annual demand of 4,000 units. The cost of each valve is $90, and the i
Tom Schriber, a director of personnel of Management resources, Inc. is in the process of
designing a program that its customers can use in the job finding process. Some of the
activites include preparing resumes, writing letters, making appointments to se
MANAGEMENT DECISION SCIENCE
A Company produces three products, A, B and C. The sales volume for A is at least 50%
of the total sales of B and C. However, the company cannot sell more than 75 units of A
per day. The three products use on
Yes Inc. Is a home based manufacturer that produces three different flavours of beverages: Juice
(J), Tea(T) and Yogurt(Y). The main ingredients for each beverage consist of sweetener, citric
acid and food conditioner. The following table summa
1 Technology features (ex google: google drive, picasa, google hangout facebook: fb live, video call)
2 Number of users
3 Wide expansion (expanding user base, google: google +, google hangout)
4 User engagement (twitter: don't need mutual approval
1.Determine who are the major stakeholders involved in the above case?
The major stakeholders involved in the above case are Bob, the president and Jane the
Chief Financial Officer of the company. This is because the major stakeholders in
Tutorial 2, Lecture 2, Chapter 1
01 Who is permitted to act as auditors?
02 Who is not permitted to act as auditors?
03 State the main reporting responsibility of the auditor?
04 Under what circumstances can an auditor be appointed?
Appendix 1: Summary of Steps in the Audit Process
1. Appointment of auditor at
2. Letter of engagement sent
To document the audit arrangements
and to clarify matters that may be
TUTORIALS 10, 11, 12, 13
T10, Purchase Cycle
List down the possible weakness that you expect to find in the purchase system,
relating to purchases and payments, and state the control that could prevent it from
occurring on a continuous b
Tutorial 3, Lecture 3
It is a common practice for auditors to send an audit engagement letter to new clients and increasingly
to existing clients (Sdn Bhd., and Bhd). Set forth below are some matters usually included in such l
(a) Define internal control.
(b) Who is responsible for maintaining the internal control system?
(c) What are the normal procedures carried out by the auditor pertaining to the
internal control systems?
(d) What are
Provide an overview of the major phases in an audit.
Explain the steps involved in planning an audit.
Why do auditors need to plan their audit?
Explain these two tests:
Tests of control
Test of balan
Why is materiality important to an auditor?
What factors affect the preliminary judgement on materiality?
Define audit risk, auditor business risk, clients business risk.
AUDITING, BAC2664, TUTORIAL 4
The audit report is the auditors final product. Explain the statement.
What are the elements/contents of an audit report?
Explain the term true and fair view.
What is the difference between an unqua
Threat of new entrants and
their substitute products or
The threat of new entrants of new social media apps in the market is
A new competitor outlet would need is a slightly unique feature to
earn its purpose and by adding other esse