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Financial Management: 25742
Case Study Autumn Semester 2013
 
Teddington Limited is a growing cosmetic company whose products are made solely from natural ingredients. Due to the better than expected growth of the company they are considering introducing a new range for men called “Natural Man” which will incorporate a whole range of skin care products especially for men. This expansion is based on a market study conducted six months ago at a cost of $50,000. It was found that around 0.5% of their products annually are already being used by men. The new range would curtail this 0.5% of existing sales to men but the exclusive range will increase the overall sales significantly. Annual sales are currently $25 million p.a. and the introduction of the new product range is expected to increase sales by $1 million in the first year increasing by 5% p.a. over the six years of forecasted revenues. As these new products will not only require new ingredients but also new packaging it will need to use the floor space which is currently being rented out for $60,000 annually. It is also going to require increased inventory levels of 1% of the following years sales for the life of the project. Variable costs for the new product line is 30% of its’ total revenue while fixed costs are $40,000 p.a..
New equipment must be purchased costing $500,000 and requiring maintenance costing $70,000 in years two and four. A piece of similar equipment that is twenty years old that has a salvage value of $100,000 will be converted to use on the new line as back up for times when production of the new range is struggling to meet capacity. It is still likely to have a salvage value of $10,000 at the end of the projects life. Unlike the new plant and equipment which will have salvage value of 70% of its’ original cost. Depreciation for this type of equipment is 10% p.a. for taxation purposes however the accountant believes they should depreciate over 5 years. The accountant has also suggested they take out a ten year loan for the purchase of the equipment. She has been able to negotiate a fixed rate of 7% p.a. compounding monthly. This will mean a monthly, tax deductible, payment of $8,720.69.
Currently, the production of each product is overseen by a product manager who is paid $65,000 per year. The manager of one of the other product lines will be transferred to the new line, in order to bring experience to the activity, and a new manager will be employed to replace them in the other line.  In addition to the manager, the introduction of the “Natural Man” range will require the employment of seven consultants who are each paid $45,000 p.a. on  six year contracts, one of whom is currently working for another product line and would otherwise have been made redundant and received a tax deductible ‘payout’ of $45,000.  Due to the introduction of the new product range, the consultants will have to undergo training, which will cost the company a tax deductible $10,000 per consultant. Teddington use a required rate of return of 11% on this type of equipment and pay tax at 30%.
 
 
 
You are required to submit the following;

  1. An executive summary making a firm recommendation to accept or reject the project. The executive summary must contain concise reasons for your recommendation and a summary of your financial analysis. The executive summary should be a maximum of two A4 pages (single space 12 font). ( 5 marks)
  2. Readable spread sheets clearly showing the NPV of the project and all other calculations that are used to support your decisions. (15 marks)
 
Case studies may be handed in during your lecture during the week commencing 29 April, 2013 or in the box marked Financial Management outside the School of Finance and Economics, Level 3, Building D, Markets Campus, UTS by 5pm Friday 3 May, 2013. Please ensure you put the attached cover sheet on your assignment, only one case study per group to be handed in. Any questions regarding the case study should be put in the Case Study Forum of the Discussion Board on the UTS Online site. Good Luck.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Photocopy the cover and attach it to the front of your submission for this subject.
 
25742 Financial Management Cover Sheet
Case Study Autumn Semester 2013
 
Due: In your lecture during the week commencing 29/4/13 or by 5pm Friday, 3/4/13 in the box marked Financial Management outside the Finance Discipline Group, Level 3, Block D, Markets Campus, UTS.
 
We, the undersigned, have carefully read, understood, and have taken into account all the requirements and guidelines for assessment and referencing in the subject outline.  We affirm that this assignment is our own work; that it has not been previously submitted for assessment; that all material which is quoted is accurately indicated as such; and that we have acknowledged all sources used fully and accurately according to requirements.  We are fully aware that failure to comply with these requirements is a form of cheating and could result in disciplinary action.
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Student name must be the same as appears on your student card, surname first.
 
Graders Marking Guide
  Marks Out of
Executive Summary   5
Spread sheet   15
Total   20
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