Evaluation of Ayala Lands Corporations Through Financial Ratio Analysis

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EVALUATION OF (AYALA LANDS CORPS)
THROUGH FINANCIAL RATIO ANALYSIS

A Group Final Output
Presented to the Faculty of the
Department of Business and Management
College of Management and Economics of the
Visayas State University

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In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements in
MGMT 143: Financial Management

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Submitted by:
Abanes, Roselyn M.

Bayno, Kenneth L.

Darbe, Niña Jean M.

Garde, Fatima Grace B.

Owite, Iris C.

Quillo, Julie C.

GROUP I (Write your Group Number)
(Names of Members in Alphabetical Order with Family Names First, Followed by the First Name, then Middle Name)

Submitted to:

Mr. Stephen Alexeus G. Baltazar

Date of Submission
EVALUATION OF (Name of Company)
THROUGH FINANCIAL RATIO ANALYSIS

Title Page
AYALA LANDS

Acknowledgement
Ayala Land transformed the Philippine landscape with the nation's premier business district over five decades ago. As the largest, most experienced, and most trusted company in its field, Ayala Land leads the burgeoning real estate industry in the Philippines with prime residential and commercial developments. Ayala Land Premier carries the heritage of Ayala Land. From high-rise condominiums to suburban environments and leisure communities, Ayala Land Premier developments are true testaments to high-quality living. Heralded for their prestige, choice location, and unrivaled land value appreciation, each development guarantees prime locations and desired addresses.

Table of Contents
CHAPTER I: INTRODUCTION
A. Importance of Financial Ratio Analysis
B. Objectives of the Study
C. Significance of the Study
D. Scope and Limitations of the Study
CHAPTER II: INDUSTRY PROFILE
A. Nature of the Industry where the Company belongs
B. Major Competitors in the Industry
CHAPTER III: COMPANY PROFILE
A. Company Description
B. Company History
C. Company Vision & Mission
D. Company Organizational Structure
E. Company Products and Services
F. Company Achievements and Highlights
CHAPTER IV: THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
A. Income Statement
B. Statement of Changes in Equity
C. Statement of Cash Flows
D. Balance Sheet
CHAPTER V: TIME-SERIES ANALYSIS
A. Liquidity Ratios
1. Current Ratio
2. Quick Ratio
B. Activity Ratios
1. Inventory Turnover
2. Average Collection Period
3. Average Payment Period
C. Debt Ratios
1. Debt Ratio
2. Times Interest Earned Ratio
3. Fixed Payment Coverage Ratio
D. Profitability Ratios
1. Gross Profit Margin
2. Operating Profit Margin
3. Net Profit Margin
4. Earnings per Share
5. Return on Total Assets
6. Return on Common Equity
E. Market Ratios
1. Price/Earnings Ratio
2. Market/Book Ratio
F. Time-Series Analysis Tabular Summary
CHAPTER VI: CROSS-SECTIONAL ANALYSIS
A. Industry Comparative Analysis
B. Benchmarking
1. First Competitor
2. Second Competitor
C. Cross-Sectional Analysis Tabular Summary
CHAPTER VII: FINDINGS, SUMMARY, CONCLUSION & RECOMMENDATIONS A. Findings
B. Summary
C. Conclusion
D. Recommendations

List of Tables

List of Figures

Executive Summary
CHAPTER I: INTRODUCTION
A. Importance of Financial Ratio Analysis
Ratio analysis is a diagnostic tool that helps to identify problem areas and opportunities within a company. The most frequently used ratios by Financial Analysts provide insights into a firm's

- Liquidity
- Degree of financial leverage or debt
- Profitability
- Efficiency
- Value

Benchmarking Financial Ratios
Financial ratios are not very useful on a...
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