Boeing Financial Analysis

Powerful Essays
The Boeing Company Financial Analysis 2007-2011
Group 1

Financial Statement Analysis, FIN 506, Winter 2013
Professor Steve Ranger

Table of Contents I. Introduction to Boeing 3-5
II. Overview of Industry 5-7
III. Management Analysis 7-10
IV. Presentation of Financial Reports 10-16
V. Common Sized Presentation of Restated Reports 17-22
VI. Detailed Discussion IV & V 23-30
VII. Liquidity Short-Term Ratios & Analysis 30-33
VIII. Long-term Debt Paying Ability Ratios and Analysis 34-35
IX. Profitability/Long-term Activity/Investor Ratios and Analysis 36-38
X. Scenario Analysis 38-47
Appendix A: Competitor Restatements and Common Sized Financials 48-51
References 52-54

I – Introduction to Company The Boeing Corporation, originally Pacific Aero Products Company, was established in 1916 in the Washington Puget Sound region. The company was originally incorporated to build aircraft, air mail delivery, and pilot training, but was broken up by the government in 1934 creating United Airlines and Boeing Aircraft Company. During the first 97 years the company expanded through strategic mergers and acquisitions of storied aerospace pioneering companies into the $81.7 billion dollar company it is today. Many of the companies are household names with the older generations: North American Aviation, McDonnell Douglas, Rockwell International, Hughes Space & Communications, and Jeppesen. Through these expansions, Boeing has become the world’s largest and most diversified player in the aerospace and defense industry. Ranked in the top of U.S. exporters, Boeing supports airlines as well as the U.S. and allied government customers in 150 countries. The company is divided into two major business units supported by nine corporate functions. The two business units are Commercial Airplanes (60%) and Defense, Space & Security.

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