STUDENTS CERTIFICATE Certified that this report is prepared based on the term paper project undertaken by me on the topic Liquidation Of A Company, under the able guidance of Ms Rashmi Tirpathi in partial fulfillment of the requirement for award of degree of B.Com(H) from Amity University, Uttar Pradesh. Date --------------------
----------------- Ankit Sinha Ms.Rashmi Tirpathi
Prof. V. P. Sahi
FACULTY CERTIFICATE Forwarded here with a term paper report on LIQUIDATION OF A COMPANY submitted by ANKIT SINHA , Enrollment No. A7004612006, student of B.Com (H) II Year (2012-15). This project work is partial fulfillment of the requirement for the degree of B.Com (H) from Amity University Lucknow Campus, Uttar Pradesh. ACNOWLEDGEMENT I extend my sincere thanks to Ms. Rashmi Tirpathi for providing me the opportunity to work on this project. I express my deep sense of indebtness to her because she has been the moving force behind the successful accomplishment of the project I thank her for taking time out of his busy schedule and guiding me in the project. I would also like to thank my friends for their valuable guidance and encouragement at all the stages of the project. LIQUIDATION OF A COMPANY SYNOPSIS ANALYSIS OF A COMPANYS LIQUIDITY BASED ON ITS FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. Abstract The liquidity characterize the financial situation of the company, its ability to convert assets into cash or to obtain cash to meet short-term obligations. Lack of liquidity may affect seriously the continuity of the company activities. Computation and analysis of the liquidity are made by a system of ratios based on the data within the financial statements. An absolute value of a liquidity ratio is not relevant. For a correct analysis of the companys financial situation more liquidity ratios have to be considered and their trend also. Objective 1) To know what liquidity means. 2) To know what actually liquidation does. 3) which are the companies which have been liquidated till now. Research Methodology - The topic is to be studied in two ways. 1) Through the tables, all the scams and non-profit. 2) Through Internet survey regarding details of Liquidation. TABLE OF CONTENTS Chapter 1 Introduction Chapter 2 Liquidity Measures. 2.1-Current Ratio. Chapter 3- How To Liquidate (Wind Up A Company). 3.1 What are the different types of liquidation 3.2 Solvent And Insolvent Liquidation. Chapter 4 Who Is A Liquidator 4.1 Effects Of Liquidation On The Company. 4.2 Official Receiver. Chapter 5 What Is Winding Up 5.1 When To Use Winding Up. 5.2 Creditors Should First Pursue All Other Reasonable Avenues. 5.3 Priority Of Claims. CHAPTER - 1 Introduction The fundamental source of the bankruptcy risk consists in the insolvency of the company. Solvency is represented by the capacity of the company to cover all its obligations that result either from previous contracts or from current operations. Solvency must be analysed on short-term (liquidity), as well...
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