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  • By:LopamudraTripathyPriyatoshPradhanShraddhaPatnaik
  • TREND ANALYSIS
  • Pioneered in ESOP in INDIA
  • V.Balakrishnan,CFOSrinath BatniK.DineshN.R,Narayana MurthyNandan M. Nilekani
  • Large intangible benefits such as reduce time to market
  • Highly liquid (
  • INFOSYS
  • Infosys has no Debt
  • Debt Equity Analysis
  • This project helped us to know the various insights of the companies(Maruti and Infosys).We came across the various financial aspects of the companies and it is clear that the solvency of Infosys is better than that of Maruti.

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  • 1. CAPITAL STRUCTURE ANALYSIS OF
    MARUTI & INFOSYS
    By:
    PriyatoshPradhan(29)
  • 2. PROJECT STUDY
  • 3. Maruti Suzuki India Ltd is one of India's leading automobile manufacturers.
    Maruti Suzuki India Limited (MUL) was established in Feb 1981.
    Introduction
  • 4. BOARD OF DIRECTORS
  • 5.
  • 6. Objective of “MUL”
    • Modernization of the Indian Automobile Industry.
    • Production of fuel-efficient vehicles to conserve scarce
    resources.
    • Production of large number of motor vehicles which was
    necessary for economic growth.
  • 7. SHAREHOLDING PATTERN
  • 8.
  • 9. MARKET SHARE
  • 10. DEBT AND EQUETY
  • 11. RATIO ANALYSIS
    LIQUIDITY RATIO:
    These are the indicators of the ability of the company to convert its assets into cash or to
    obtain cash to meet short term obligations
    WORKING CAPITAL:
    Working capital is a widely used measure of liquidity.
    Working Capital = Current Assets – Current Liabilities
  • 12. TREND ANALYSIS
  • 13. DER = LTL / Shareholder's Equity
  • 14. Debt Ratio
    Debt Ratio = Total Debt / Total Assets
    Equity Ratio
    Equity Ratio = Net worth / Total Assets
  • 15. TREND ANALYSIS
    A new plant opened at Manesar near Gurgaon in 2006.
    NEW K SERIES PLANT INSTALLED IN PUNE IN 2007-08.
  • 16. FINANCIAL ANALYSIS
    INFOSYS
  • 17. Infosys
    Company’s profile
    • Infosys a Banglore based company started in 1981 .
    • 18. The company was the first in India to register on the American stock exchange - NASDAQ with an issue of two million American Depository Shares(ADR)that raised $70 million.
    Development centers in India –
    Mohali, Mangalore, Mysore, Hyderabad, Pune, Chennai and Bhubhaneshwar
    • Pioneered in ESOP in INDIA.
    • 19. 5thbest managed company in Asia.
  • Global presence
    • Global development center in TORONTO.
    • 20. Two Proximity center at 1.Freemont.
    2.California
    3.Boston
    • Infosys continues to expand in Europe.
  • Management Profile
    The board consists of senior officers of Infosys including all active founders, along with external members of the board who are global leaders and high achievers in business and society.
  • 21. Independent Members of Board :
    Rama Bijapukar
    Dr.OmkarGoswami
    SridarIyengar
    Deepak M satwalekar
    Claude Smadja
    Dr.Marti G Subrahmanyam
    David L Boyles
    Prof.Jaffrey Sean Lehman
    Infosys Executives,members of the Board and CFO:
    V.Balakrishnan,CFO
    Srinath Batni
    K.Dinesh
    N.R,Narayana Murthy
    Nandan M. Nilekani
  • 22. NEXT GENERATION BUSINESS MODEL
    2008
    2001
    1996
    1981
  • 23. COMPETITIVE SITUATION
    High quality Delivery And offering
    • Established track record of Quality.
    Abundand Skilled Resources
    • 2.5 million english speaking graduate pools.
    Established Industry
    • Services markets(including BPO) estumated at $50 billion in 2008 ,export to grow to $60 billion in 2010.
    Strong Govt. Support
    Significant benefit
    • Large intangible benefits such as reduce time to market.
  • Balance Sheet Of Infosys
  • 24. OPERATING PROFIT
  • 25. Equity Capital
  • 26. Graphical form
  • 27. Strong and Liquid Balance Sheet
    • Highly liquid .
    • 28. Zero debt
    • 29. Dividends up to 30% of annual post-tax profits
    • 30. Superior return on invested capital & capital employed
  • SOLVENCY RATIO
    DEBT EQUITY RATIO
    It is a measure of a company's financial leverage calculated by dividing its total liabilities
    by stockholders' equity. It indicates what proportion of equity and debt the company is
    using to finance its assets.
    DER = LTL / Shareholder's Equity
  • 31.
    • Higher the current ratio, greater is the assurance
    we have that current liabilities will be paid.
    • Total assets divided by shareholder equity. Asset/equity ratio is often used as a measure of leverage.(Equity Ratio = Net worth / Total Assets)
  • COMPARITIVE ANALYSIS
  • 32. SOURCES OF FUND
    INFOSYS
    MARUTI
  • 33. Maruti
    Infosys
  • 34. Maruti
    • Infosys has no Debt.
  • Solvency Ratios
    Debt Equity Analysis
    Maruti
    Infosys
  • 35. INFERENCE
    This project helped us to know the various insights of the companies(Maruti and Infosys).We came across the various financial aspects of the companies and it is clear that the solvency of Infosys is better than that of Maruti.