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Analysis of a Financial Institution

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Question 1:

Cash cycle is simply the amount of time, usually expressed in days, for a company, say a manufacturer, converts its raw materials to cash. This means that the cycle encompasses the period it takes to convert raw materials to finished goods to sales, the period it takes to collect credit sales less the period it takes the company to pay off its trade payables.

Question 2:

This article published by the International Monetary Fund identifies and discusses the different financial markets in Namibia.

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Question 1:

Cash cycle is simply the amount of time, usually expressed in days, for a company, say a manufacturer, converts its raw materials to cash. This means that the cycle encompasses the period it takes to convert raw materials to finished goods to sales, the period it takes to collect credit sales less the period it takes the company to pay off its trade payables.

Formula = Inventory conversion + Receivables conversion - Payables conversion
Inventory conversion = Average inventory/(Cost of goods sold/365 days)
Receivables conversion = Average accounts receivable /(Credit sales/365 days)
Payables conversion = Average accounts payable/(Purchases/365 days)

Note that sometimes 360 days is used instead of 365 days.

For this particular problem, use the amount specified as debtors and creditors for average receivables and payables, respectively.

Cash turnover rate measures ...

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