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Hong Kong Dragon Airlines Limited B Lease vs Buy Decision

by markwahlbarg - May 23, 2018

Hong Kong Dragon Airlines Limited B Lease vs Buy Decision

Overview of Case Solution

 

Excel Calculations

 

 Return Conditions- Flight Hours, Flight Cycles, Life of the Engine, Remaining Life

Senstivity to WACC (Up)- Purchase, NPV, Sale and Lease Back, Cash Flows, PV

Senstivity to WACC (Down)- Purchase, NPV, Sale and Lease Back, Cash Flows, PV

Senstivity to Purchase Price (Up)- Purchase, NPV, Sale and Lease Back, Cash Flows, PV

Senstivity to Purchase Price (Down)- Purchase, NPV, Sale and Lease Back, Cash Flows, PV

 

Questions Covered

 

Executive Summary

What are the after-tax cash flows relevant to the purchase option and what discount rate should be used for those cash flows?

What are the after-tax cash flows relevant to the sale-and-leaseback option and what discount rate should be used for those cash flows?

What are the pros and cons of each option given in the case?

Perform sensitivity analysis to identify the key bets/assumptions in your decision.

 

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Birch Paper Co

by markwahlbarg - May 23, 2018

Birch Paper Co

Excel Calculations

 

·         Thompson Division

·         Out of Pocket Cost of Thompson

·         Cost of Linerboard and corrugating medium

·         Sale price of Southern

·         Out of Pocket Cost of Southern

·         Thompson Variable Cost

·         Cost Analysis

·         Thompson          West Paper        Erie Papers Inc.

·         Company's Overall Perspective

·         Cost (External)

·         Thompson Variable Cost

·         Thompson Revenue

·         Southern Variable Cost

·         Sothern Revenue

·         Cost to Company

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Compagnie du Froid S A

by markwahlbarg - May 23, 2018

Compagnie du Froid S A

Excel Calculations

 

Italian Region, French Region, Spanish Region 2009 Results

Profit Plan, Actual, Variance

Sales Data

Cost of Goods Sold

Cost specialties

Contribution Margin

Operating Margin

Profit before Interest and Taxes

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American Barrick Resources Corp Managing Gold Price Risk

by markwahlbarg - May 22, 2018

American Barrick Resources Corp Managing Gold Price Risk

Excel Calculations

 

Cashflow Statement (in thousands of dollars)

Cash from operations

Cash from investment activities

Cash from financing

Cost per Ounce

Sensitivity

Dividend to Income

Present Value (1992)

Share Value

Number of Outstanding Shares

Gold Rate per Ounce

ABX Cost of Capital

Gold Reserves

Gold Production

Gold Reserves

ABX Beta

Market Return (1992)

Risk Free Return (1992)

Cost of Capital ABX

 

 

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Bankruptcy and Restructuring at Marvel Entertainment Group

by markwahlbarg - May 22, 2018

Bankruptcy and Restructuring at Marvel Entertainment Group

Excel Calculations

 

Asset Beta, Debt to Value, Tax Rate, Levered Beta, Risk-free Rate, Levered Beta, Market Risk Premium, Levered Return on Equity, 

Net Income, Net Working Capital, Capital Expenditures, Net Debt, Free Cash Flow to Equity, Total Assets, Debt to Value Ratio

 

Questions Covered

 

1. Why is Marvel in financial distress? Bad luck? Bad strategy? Bad implementation? When possible, back your claims with numbers.

2. Why did Marvel file for Chapter 11 rather than restructure out-of-court?

3. What do different stakeholders of Marvel get under liquidation? What if the firm just continues to operate without restructuring?

4. Evaluate the (new) restructuring plan. Assuming that the plan is approved, will it solve the problems tat caused Marvel to be in financial distress? If yes, how? If not, why not?

5. What is your assessment of the pro forma financial projections and liquidation assumptions? What are the dif

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Radio One Inc

by markwahlbarg - May 22, 2018
Radio One Inc Excel Calculations

 

Calculation of After-tax Cash Flow (amounts in thousands of dollars)

Free Cash Flow (after-tax), Net Working Capital

Discount Rate Calculation

 Cost of Debt. Cost of Equity, WACC

Discounted Cash Flow Valuation (amounts in thousands of dollars)

Terminal Value Calculation, Terminal Value (in 2004), Total Value of the New Stations, Present Value of Cash Flows

Value Based on Trading Multiples

 BCF, EBITDA, After-tax Cash Flow, Average Value (trading multiples)

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Investment Policy at the Hewlett Foundation 2005

by markwahlbarg - May 21, 2018
Investment Policy at the Hewlett Foundation 2005

 

Excel Calculations

 

Effects of "Bondization"and"Equitization" on Portfolio Risk and Return

Assets     Return      S.D      Allocation (without overlay program)     Allocation (with overlay program)

Covariance Matrix

Domestic equity     Foreign equity     Emerging market equity     Private equity     Real assets Absolute return    Domestic bonds   TIPS      High yield    Cash

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The Talbots Inc and Subsidiaries Accounting for Goodwill Case Solution

by markwahlbarg - May 18, 2018

The Talbots Inc and Subsidiaries Accounting for Goodwill Case Solution

An English-language PDF of this Brief Case in an academic course pack will allow the students with the opportunity to buy an audio form as well. In 2006, Talbots, Inc. a merchandiser who sold women’s apparel only, acquired a competitor player, J. Jill. The contract led to a lot of goodwill account, as well as gave way to accounts that were related to trademarks and other immaterial assets. Making use of the existing accounting standards (Statement of Financial Accounting Standards No. 142), Talbots computed that the goodwill was not hampered in the Fiscal Year 2007 and was carried to the following years at the cost of purchase. One year afterwards, however, Talbots found that the goodwill was damaged, as were the trademarks and some other in-store assets which were purchased from J.Jill in 2006. These damages were then subtracted from the profits of the Fiscal Year 2008. The case has financial statements attached.

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Brazil: Embracing Globalization Case Solution

by markwahlbarg - May 17, 2018

Brazil: Embracing Globalization Case Solution

This case review gives a brief knowledge into the long excursion secured by Brazil since the apocalypse War I. With a populace of around 166 million and a range of 3.27 million square miles Brazil is a standout amongst the most actually creative nations on the planet. In spite of being among the biggest maker and exporter of tobacco crude unadulterated sweetener espresso squeezed orange soy meat chicken iron tin aluminum and gold it has confronted many good and bad times in its adventure. Periods like the colossal despondency of 1930s the principal oil stun of 1973 the second oil stun of 1979 assumed a noteworthy part in crashing the Brazilian economy. Furthermore its interior political turmoil high expansion rates expanding neediness and rising disparity among the social classes assumed a noteworthy part in stopping its encouraging.

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Biopure Corp Case Solution

by markwahlbarg - May 17, 2018

Biopure Corp Case Solution

Biopure is the organization connected with innovative work of substitute blood in the medicinal market. Oxyglobin and Hemopure are the two results of the organization under discourse. Oxyglobin is a substitute item for creatures, and Hemoglobin is made for the human market. The intention of Biopure is to enter the human market with a transformative substitute for blood, helping in the transfusion procedure around the world. Oxyglobin has been endorsed by FDA; though, the organization needs to sit tight for the endorsement of Hemopure by FDA, an essential necessity before the dispatch of each medicinal item. Oxyglobin and Hemopure have the same physical qualities and seem to be like each other. The dispatch of Oxyglobin at a low cost would bring about a lower value desire for Hemopure, bringing about loss of the potential gainfulness of the organization. The planning and valuing of Oxyglobin ought to be outlined in a manner that the capability of Hemopure is

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