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Presentation on a financial analysis of DLF, India Ltd. as a part of coursework
Course - MMS/MBA
Semester - 1
Subject - Managerial Economics

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  1. 1. Economics Presentation on on By : • Varad Potnis …116 • Mitul Shah …117 • Keyur Mehta …118 • Aamir Dange …119
  2. 2. Contents • Introduction • Sectors of Operation • Company Values • Development Overview • Major Projects • Mergers - JVs • Financial Analysis • Ratio Analysis
  3. 3. Introduction • What does DLF stand for? • When was it founded? • What does it do?
  4. 4. Sectors of Operation Development Business • Homes • Super Luxury, Luxury and Premium segments • Commercial Complexes • Office and Retail Spaces Annuity Business • Office • Retail • IT Parks Outright SaleOutright Sale LeasingLeasing
  5. 5. Company Values Vision Statement To contribute significantly to building the new India and become the world’s most valuable real estate company. Mission Statement To build world-class real- estate concepts across six business lines with the highest standards of professionalism, ethics, quality and customer service.
  6. 6. Company Values • Sustained efforts to enhance customer value and quality • Ethical and professional service • Compliance and respect for all community, environmental and legal requirements.
  7. 7. Development Overview • 308 msf of planned projects • 55 msf of projects under construction • Presence across 15 states - 24 cities in India.
  8. 8. DLF’s India Presence as of 2014
  9. 9. Major Projects DLF Mall of India • Gross Leasable Area of 1,800,000-square-foot • Biggest mall in India • Expected to be operational by December, 2014
  10. 10. DLF Gardencity Premium Projects under the DLF Gardencity brand at, • Hyderabad • Lucknow • Gurgaon • Indore • Chennai
  11. 11. DLF Cyber City In progress • Most prime location in Gurgaon, NCR • Most Ambitious project of DLF Group
  12. 12. Mergers and JV’s - Laing O'Rourke - Nakheel of Dubai - WSP Group Plc - Feedback Ventures - Hilton Hotels
  13. 13. Interesting Facts - Indian Premier League Deal - Billionaire Kushal Pal Singh - India's biggest IPO in history. - Subsidiary companies
  14. 14. Recent issues and legal hassles • Higher Interest Due to Higher Debts drive down profits • Alleged Service Tax evasion of Rs. 30 crore • Speculation of BJP probe into DLF - Vadra deal • DLF faces ban from Capital Markets for 3 years • India’s most indebted company • DLF directors face ban • Local govts. revoke project sanctions for DLF Kochi Project and Mall of India, Gurgaon.
  15. 15. Company Structure and Financials
  16. 16. Shareholding Pattern
  17. 17. Balance Sheet Analysis - Income Distribution - Income Distribution
  18. 18. Balance Sheet Analysis - Profits - Profits
  19. 19. Ratio Analysis
  20. 20. Liquidity Measurement Ratios - Quick Ratio - Quick Ratio
  21. 21. Profitability Indicator Ratios - Return on Capital Employed - Return on Capital Employed
  22. 22. Debt Ratios - Debt : Equity Ratio - Debt : Equity Ratio
  23. 23. Operating Performance Ratios - Asset Turnover Ratio - Asset Turnover Ratio
  24. 24. Cash Flow Indicator Ratio - Dividend Payout Ratio - Dividend Payout Ratio
  25. 25. Investment Valuation Ratios - Operating Profit per share
  26. 26. Ratio Summary and Analysis Ratio Type Ratio Outlook Quick Ratio Liquidity Measurement around 1.7 Unstable ROCE Profitability Indicator around 10.5 Stabilising Debt : Equity Debt Ratio around 0.75 Declining Asset Tunover Operating Performance around 0.10 Unstable Dividend Payout Cash Flow Indicator Range 70 - 65 Stabilising Operating Profit Per per Share Investment Valuation 12 - 8 - 6 Declining
  27. 27. Stock Quote Opening High Closing BSE 117.50 117.50 110.50 NSE 116.00 116.0 110.50
  28. 28. Conclusion
  29. 29. Thank You

Description

Presentation on a financial analysis of DLF, India Ltd. as a part of coursework
Course - MMS/MBA
Semester - 1
Subject - Managerial Economics

Transcript

  1. 1. Economics Presentation on on By : • Varad Potnis …116 • Mitul Shah …117 • Keyur Mehta …118 • Aamir Dange …119
  2. 2. Contents • Introduction • Sectors of Operation • Company Values • Development Overview • Major Projects • Mergers - JVs • Financial Analysis • Ratio Analysis
  3. 3. Introduction • What does DLF stand for? • When was it founded? • What does it do?
  4. 4. Sectors of Operation Development Business • Homes • Super Luxury, Luxury and Premium segments • Commercial Complexes • Office and Retail Spaces Annuity Business • Office • Retail • IT Parks Outright SaleOutright Sale LeasingLeasing
  5. 5. Company Values Vision Statement To contribute significantly to building the new India and become the world’s most valuable real estate company. Mission Statement To build world-class real- estate concepts across six business lines with the highest standards of professionalism, ethics, quality and customer service.
  6. 6. Company Values • Sustained efforts to enhance customer value and quality • Ethical and professional service • Compliance and respect for all community, environmental and legal requirements.
  7. 7. Development Overview • 308 msf of planned projects • 55 msf of projects under construction • Presence across 15 states - 24 cities in India.
  8. 8. DLF’s India Presence as of 2014
  9. 9. Major Projects DLF Mall of India • Gross Leasable Area of 1,800,000-square-foot • Biggest mall in India • Expected to be operational by December, 2014
  10. 10. DLF Gardencity Premium Projects under the DLF Gardencity brand at, • Hyderabad • Lucknow • Gurgaon • Indore • Chennai
  11. 11. DLF Cyber City In progress • Most prime location in Gurgaon, NCR • Most Ambitious project of DLF Group
  12. 12. Mergers and JV’s - Laing O'Rourke - Nakheel of Dubai - WSP Group Plc - Feedback Ventures - Hilton Hotels
  13. 13. Interesting Facts - Indian Premier League Deal - Billionaire Kushal Pal Singh - India's biggest IPO in history. - Subsidiary companies
  14. 14. Recent issues and legal hassles • Higher Interest Due to Higher Debts drive down profits • Alleged Service Tax evasion of Rs. 30 crore • Speculation of BJP probe into DLF - Vadra deal • DLF faces ban from Capital Markets for 3 years • India’s most indebted company • DLF directors face ban • Local govts. revoke project sanctions for DLF Kochi Project and Mall of India, Gurgaon.
  15. 15. Company Structure and Financials
  16. 16. Shareholding Pattern
  17. 17. Balance Sheet Analysis - Income Distribution - Income Distribution
  18. 18. Balance Sheet Analysis - Profits - Profits
  19. 19. Ratio Analysis
  20. 20. Liquidity Measurement Ratios - Quick Ratio - Quick Ratio
  21. 21. Profitability Indicator Ratios - Return on Capital Employed - Return on Capital Employed
  22. 22. Debt Ratios - Debt : Equity Ratio - Debt : Equity Ratio
  23. 23. Operating Performance Ratios - Asset Turnover Ratio - Asset Turnover Ratio
  24. 24. Cash Flow Indicator Ratio - Dividend Payout Ratio - Dividend Payout Ratio
  25. 25. Investment Valuation Ratios - Operating Profit per share
  26. 26. Ratio Summary and Analysis Ratio Type Ratio Outlook Quick Ratio Liquidity Measurement around 1.7 Unstable ROCE Profitability Indicator around 10.5 Stabilising Debt : Equity Debt Ratio around 0.75 Declining Asset Tunover Operating Performance around 0.10 Unstable Dividend Payout Cash Flow Indicator Range 70 - 65 Stabilising Operating Profit Per per Share Investment Valuation 12 - 8 - 6 Declining
  27. 27. Stock Quote Opening High Closing BSE 117.50 117.50 110.50 NSE 116.00 116.0 110.50
  28. 28. Conclusion
  29. 29. Thank You

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