How to analyze profitability

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Презентация-обзор материалов по анализу прибыльности одного из западных банков.

Презентация-обзор материалов по анализу прибыльности одного из западных банков.

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  • 1. HOW TO ANALYZE PROFITABILITY ZIONS BANK
  • 2. Profitability RatiosProfitability RatiosGross Profit MarginOperating Profit Margin RatioNet Profit Margin RatioOther Common Size RatiosBreak-Even AnalysisWhat is Break-Even Analysis?Break-Even Analysis for SalesUsing Break-Even Analysis for Profit PlanningBreak-Even Analysis for Units SoldCalculating Return on Assets and Return onInvestmentReturn on AssetsReturn on Investment
  • 3.  Margin (or profitability) ratios Break-even analysis (based on revenues and on units sold) Return on assets and on investmentThree Methods Of Analyzing
  • 4.  Gross Profit Margin Operating Profit Margin Net Profit Margin Other Common Size RatiosGross Profit = Net Sales - the Cost of Goods Sold(Net sales = gross sales less any returns and discounts.)Operating Profit = Gross Margin - Selling and Administrative Expenses(Administrative Expenses = salaries, payroll taxes, benefits, rent, utilities, office supplies,insurance, depreciation, etc.) Operating profit includes all expenses except income taxes.Net Profit = Operating Profit (plus any other income) - Additional Expenses - Taxes(Net profit is what is known as “the bottom line.”)Profitability Ratios
  • 5. 1. Sales $8,1582. Cost of Sales/Revenues 4,8953. Gross Profit 3,2634. General & Administration Expense 3675. Lease/Rent Expense 1886. Personnel Expense 8167. Bad Debt Expense 338. Operating Expense 1,4689. Total Operating Expense 2,87210. Net Operating Profit 39111. Interest Expense 12212. Total Other Income (Expenses) (122)13. Net Profit $269From the Roots Up Income Statement
  • 6. Gross Profit Margin Ratio = GrossProfit / Sales x 100%(Multiplying by 100 converts the ratio into apercentage.) From the Roots Up gross margin ratio: $3,263,000 / $8,158,000 = .40 .40 x 100% = 40% The gross profit margin ratio for From the Roots Up is 40%.Gross Profit Margin Ratio
  • 7. Operating Profit Margin = OperatingProfit / Sales x 100% From the Roots Up operating profit margin ratio: $391,000 / $8,158,000 = .048 .048 x 100% = 4.8% The operating profit margin ratio for From the Roots Up is 4.8%.Operating Profit Margin
  • 8. Net Profit Margin Ratio = Net Profit /Sales x 100% From the Roots Up net profit margin ratio: $269,000 / $8,158,000 = .033 .033 x 100% = 3.3% The net profit operating margin ratio is 3.3%.Net Profit Margin Ratio
  • 9. Sales/Revenues $8,158 100% Cost of Sales/Revenues 4,895 60%Gross Profit 3,263 40% General & Administrative Expenses 367 4.5% Lease/Rent Expense 188 2.3% Personnel Expense 816 10% Bad Debt Expense 33 0.4% Operating Expense 1,468 18%Total Operating Expense 2,872 35.2%Net Operating Profit 391 4.8% Interest Expense 122 1.5%Total Other Income (Expenses) (122) (1.5%)Net Profit $269 3.3%From the Roots UpCommon Size Income Statement
  • 10. Break-even is the point at which revenues equal expenses. Untilyour company reaches break-even, you are generating red ink; yourcosts for materials, labor, rent and other expenses are greater thanyour gross revenues. Once you pass the break-even point, revenuesexceed expenses. After break-even, a portion of each dollar of salescontributes to profits. It is only when you pass break-even thatprofits begin to be generated. Break-even analysis is a simple, but effective tool you can useto evaluate the relationship between sales volume, product costsand revenue. It is certainly useful for you to calculate yourcompany’s current break-even point. If your company is profitableyou may want to know how much breathing room you have shouldrevenues take a dip. If your company is losing money, knowing thebreak-even point will tell you how far you are from beginning toturn a profit. In addition to evaluating your present situation, you can, andshould, use break-even analysis for profit planning. We will showyou how to calculate a break-even point both for sales and for unitssold.What is Break-Even Analysis?
  • 11.  Fixed expenses Variable expenses (expressed as a percentage of sales) Sales Sales at the Break-Even Point = Fixed Expenses + Variable Expenses (expressed as a % of sales) or S=f+v Sales at the Break-Even Point = $2,839,000 + .60S S = $2,839,000 + .60S 1S - .60S = $2,839,000 or .40S = $2,839,000 S = $7,097,500Break-Even Analysis For Sales
  • 12.  Sales at the Break-Even Point=Fixed Expenses + Variable Expenses as a Percentage ofSales + Desired Net Income. Sales at the Break-EvenPoint=Fixed Expenses + Variable Expenses as a Percentage ofSales + Desired Net Income. We solve the formula in these steps: S = $2,839,000 + .60S + $300,000 S = $3,139,000 + .60S 1S - .60S = $3,139,000 .40S = $3,139,000 S = $7,847,500Using Break-Even Analysis for ProfitPlanning
  • 13. Break-Even for Units to be Sold=Fixed Expenses / (Unit Sales Price -Unit Variable Expenses) S = Break-Even for Units to be Sold S = $2,389,000/($20 - $12) S = $2,389,000/8 S = 289,625Break-Even Analysis for Units Sold
  • 14. From the Roots Up Balance SheetAssets Current Assets $2,463 Fixed Assets 510 Total Assets 2,973Liabilities Current Liabilities 773 Long-term Liabilities 850 Owner’s Equity (Net Worth) 1,350 Total Liabilities and Equity $2,973Return on Assets = Net Profit Before Taxes / Total Assets x 100(Multiplying by 100 converts the ratio into a percentage.)From the Roots Up Return on Assets:($269,000 / $2,973,000) x 100 = 9.05%Return on Assets
  • 15. Return on Investment = Net ProfitBefore Taxes / Net Worth Return on Investment for From the Roots Up: $269,000 / 1,350,000 = .199 From the Roots Up return on investment = 19%.Return on Investment