Finance Management of Sainsbury : Report

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Finance Management
TABLE OF CONTENTSPROJECT 1.....................................................................................................................................11. Stating the people to whom annual reports are disseminated and the manner in which it isdone..............................................................................................................................................12. Presenting the information need of the identified stakeholder contained in annual report.....13. Describing the contents of report and information served by it..............................................14. Examining the fiscal condition of company............................................................................25. Giving recommendations for the purpose of improvement.....................................................2PROJECT 2.....................................................................................................................................3Stating the extent to which ratio analysis technique helps in measuring business performanceand goals......................................................................................................................................3CONCLUSION................................................................................................................................4REFERENCES................................................................................................................................5
INTRODUCTIONFinancial management is highly concerned with making optimum use of resourcesthrough the means of sound strategic and policy framework. Such specialized function is directlyassociated with the top management that lays high level of emphasis on the accomplishment ofthe goals and objectives. The present report is based on Sainsbury which is one of the leadingBritish multinational retailers of UK. In this, report will shed light on the information need offinancial statements users. Further, it will provide deeper insight about the manner in which ratioanalysis technique assists in measuring business performance.PROJECT 11. Stating the people to whom annual reports are disseminated and the manner in which it is doneIn order to satisfy the information need and maintaining the faith of investors Sainsburyprepares annual report at the end of accounting year. Along with this, firm disseminates annualreport to the investors through the means of mail and uploading the same on company’s website.Once statements have been prepared and audited thereafter Sainsbury upload it on their websites(Brigham and Ehrhardt, 2013). Hence, concerned stakeholders like shareholders, suppliers,management etc can easily access the annual report and thereby would become able to evaluatefinancial performance of business.2. Presenting the information need of the identified stakeholder contained in annual reportAnnual reports satisfy the information need of users to the significant level. Investors arehighly concerned towards the returns so they make evaluation of final accounts. Moreover,annual reports provide information to them about the company’s profitability, EPS and dividendoffered by it. Hence, by getting information about such aspects investors can assess whether theyneed to invest more money or not. In addition to this, higher management team needsinformation about the sales revenue and profitability (Arnold, 2013). By considering all suchaspects it can be said that information contained in annual report satisfies the information need ofstakeholders to a great extent.
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