| Analysis of Working Capital Management: Textile Industries in Bangladesh| | Submitted To:Dr. Sheikh Abu TaherLecturer and Course Teacher Working Capital Management (FNB-310)Submitted By:Mohsena Afroz (Student ID. 1253)Md. Saddam Hossain khan (Student ID. 1278)Mohammad Al-Amin Khan(Student ID. 1289) 1st Batch BBA Program | September 01, 2012| Department of Finance & BankingJahangirnagar UniversityDhaka, Bangladesh| Letter of Transmittal
September 01, 2012
Dr. Sheikh Abu Taher
Lecturer & Course Teacher
Working Capital Management (FNB-310)
Department of Finance & Banking
Subject: Submission of Term Paper.
According to the requirement of the course of Working Capital Management (FNB 310) we would like to submit our assigned term paper on ‘Analysis of Working Capital Management: Textile Industries in Bangladesh.’ For preparing this term paper we provided our best effort through collecting data from reliable sources and using different forecasting techniques.
Now we are submitting our term paper for your kind assessment and hope that it will fulfill your satisfaction. We would be delighted if you kindly provide your expert opinion, suggestion or recommendation.
.....................Mohsena AfrozStudent ID. 1253| .................................Md. Saddam Hossain KhanStudent ID. 1278| ...............................Mohammad Al-Amin KhanStudent ID. 1289| | | |
For the completion of our term paper we are grateful to different persons for their spontaneous support and continuous encouragement throughout the total work process. First of all we want to thank Dr. Sheikh Abu Taher sir for giving us the permission to commence this term paper along with the necessary research work, stimulating suggestions and encouragement which helped us all the time of preparing this term paper.
We would like to thank Mr. Md. Nazmul Ahsan, the honorable market manager of Aarong for providing us with different internal data and information regarding their organization especially sales related information.
All employees and customers of Aarong whom did we meet supported us in our research work. I want to thank them for all their help, support, interest and valuable hints. We are obliged to all the respondents for providing their views and perception, correcting information and offering suggestions for improvement.
Mohsena Afroz (Student ID. 1253)
Md. Sddam Hossain Khan (Student ID. 1278)
Mohammad Al-Amin Khan (Student ID. 1289)
Savar, Dhaka - 1342
September 01, 2012
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1.0| Introduction| 1|
| 1.1| Origin of the report| 1|
| 1.2| Problem and purpose| 2|
| 1.3| Scope of the report| 2|
| 1.4| Research methodology| 2|
| 1.5| Limitations| 3|
2.0| Forecasting| 4|
| 2.1| Forecasting Features| 4|
| 2.2| Elements of A Good Forecast| 4|
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3.0| Conclusion| |
4.0| Appended part| |
| 4.1| References| |
| 4.2| Appendices| |
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Before going to the analysis firstly we have to know that what actually working capital is. The answer is current assets minus current liabilities. Working capital measures how much liquid assets a company has available to operate its business. The number can be positive or negative, depending on how much debt the company is carrying. In general, companies that have a lot of working capital will be more successful since they can expand and improve their operations. Companies with negative working capital may lack the funds necessary...