Download
mod 4 n.
Skip this Video
Loading SlideShow in 5 Seconds..
Mod 4: PowerPoint Presentation

Mod 4:

122 Vues Download Presentation
Télécharger la présentation

Mod 4:

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript

  1. Mod 4: Simple Analysis and Parsimonious Forecasting Lauren Walaszczyk

  2. Quick Background • Headquarter: Tokyo, Japan • IFRS Accounting • Products (enterprise activities) • New/Used Cars • Motorcycles • Boats • Financial Services • Brands • Acura • America generates the most revenue and manufactures the highest volume of cars

  3. Internal Strengths: • Diversified products • Large amount of R&D • Brand recognition • Large market share in Asia and America • Positive Financials • Opportunities: • Growing global demand • Depreciating Yen • New models • Demand for motorcycles • Offer low interest rates • Customer retention • Threats: • High competition • Strict emission laws and safety regulations • Sales dependent on disposable income and gas prices • Rising raw material costs • Appreciating Yen • Natural disasters: Japan earthquake and Thailand flood • Internal Weaknesses: • Product recalls • Weak market share in Europe

  4. Return on Enterprise Operations • RNEA = EPAT / avg(NEA) • Honda is measured in Yens (millions) • Range of RNEA is due to 1 time items such as foreign exchange translation

  5. Breaking Apart RNEA • RNEA = EPM * EATO • 2012 EPM is low due to the natural disasters

  6. Parsimonious - Revenues • Growth assumption = 4 % • Steps: • Average the sales growth 5.8 % • Analysts opinion 2.4 % • Averaged 5.8 % and 2.4 % • The average sales growth rate high due to the jump in 2013

  7. Parsimonious – EPM (from sales) • EPM from sales is more stable • Assume 6 % • Steps: • Average of EPM 2.65 % • Average EPM from sales 8.9 % • Averaged the two EPMs • Honda is always in the top 2 EPMs among competitors

  8. Parsimonious - EATO • Assume 1.3 • Most comparable in Toyota • Honda will likely move in direction of Toyota • Remain stable

  9. Parsimonious Assumptions • Sales growth rate 4 %

  10. Parsimonious Assumptions • Sales growth rate 4 % • Enterprise Profit Margin (EPM) 6 %

  11. Parsimonious Assumptions • Sales growth rate 4 % • Enterprise Profit Margin (EPM) 6 % • Enterprise Asset Turnover (EATO) 1.3

  12. QUESTIONS?