The Assessment of Performance Evaluation of Cable Industry in Bangladesh

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Performance measurement of a company has been the subject matter of discussion to the planners, administrators, managers, economists and academicians since long. There is a need for comprehensive consideration company so that their performance can be objectively evaluated. The major indicators may be –

I. Liquidity Ratio II. Profitability Ratio III. Solvency Ratio IV. Efficiency / Activity Ratio V. Common-size Statements VI. Trend Analysis VII. Multivariate Model of Distress Prediction.

Scope of the Study:

Eastern Cables Ltd. is the holding Cables organization carrying operation in Bangladesh. This Study is limited to only Eastern Cables Ltd. This Study could not cover other private business operating in Bangladesh mainly because of difference in objectives and management structure. The empirical analysis of the Study covered 5 years ranging from 2000 to 2005

Methodology of the Study:

The key areas of performance evaluation can be identified as financial performance, managerial performance, operational performance, marketing performance or the overall performance.

A proper evaluation of the financial performance of any company can be done through the techniques of financial analysis of the accounting data presented in the financial statements which includes mainly –

I. Balance Sheet II. Profit & Loss AIC and III. Cash / Fund flow statement IV. Value Addition & Application V. Production-Sales-Profit

Such analysis would offer the management a better scope for detailed investigation into the financial operations of the enterprise and to assess the position of liquidity, solvency, activity / efficiency and profitability of the concern.

Limitations of the Study:…...

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