Look through listed companies financials that i have attached and extract relevant data;
Sales Growth: from 2015-2016 (this can be found in turnover or sales or revenue in the P&L statement)
Revenue Stream: (where they sell products too)- in the financials it should list business activity and where the majority of their sales are from e.g sales arise from Australian clients or sales arise from U.S. purchase of software
Foreign Exchange Pairs: what currency the business is exposed too (this can be found in the RISK MANAGEMENT AND FINANCIAL INSTRUMENTS section)
Business Risks: (risk only associated with the exposure to Foreign Exchange) this information will also be in the section RISK MANAGEMENT AND FINANCIAL INSTRUMENTS where it should detail the effect of Foreign exchange movements.
Current Foreign Exchange Contracts they are using: (for how long and what product name e.g. forward contract, collar, cap n collar) it should be in the RISK MANAGEMENT AND FINANCIAL INSTRUMENTS and under a sub heading DERIVATIVES.
Company CFO & Secretary: the name of both the individuals ( can be found in the details section of the ASX page)
all of this information is available through the companies annual report- which is accessible by googling ASX: then the companies code (which i have a spread sheet attached with the company codes) you can then select to pull up all the associated reports for that company where there you will find the annual report 2016
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u have financial statements or we have to find them from their websites and then extract data? u have financial statements or we have to find them from their websites and then extract data?
Hi, i'm a qualified accountant from UK and Pakistan and can provide you expert level help on this. Since I'm free right now, I can provide you a quick turnaround also, please get in touch, thanks!
Part of my old role as channel account manager is to work on revenue growth, P&L statements and business risks. this should not be a problem to finish for you