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SEMESTER FALL 2014
FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT (MGT201)
ASSIGNMENT NO. 01
DUE DATE: 26TH NOVEMBER, 2014
MARKS: 10
Learning Objective
The students are expected to develop understanding about the concept of capital budgeting
and the way capital budgeting techniques are used to analyze investment feasibility of any
business projects.
Learning Outcomes
After attempting this assignment, the students would be able to use capital budgeting
techniques particularly the Net Present Value and Profitability Index techniques to analyze
and interpret any projects’ feasibility.
Assignment
Dear Students!
Suppose; the top management of a famous hotel chain is planning to construct a new hotel
on Murree Express Way adjoining Muree. This project requires an initial investment of Rs.
30,125,700; while the proposed income from this project is Rs. 8,400,000, Rs. 8,400,500,
Rs. 8,500,000 and Rs. 8,65,4000 annually for next four years. The required rate of return for
this project is 19%. The company hires you as its financial analyst and requires you to do
the following: 1. Evaluate the project feasibility through using Net Present Value technique. (4 marks)
2. Evaluate the project feasibility through applying Profitability Index (PI) technique. (4
marks)
3. Based on both calculations, interpret and suggest whether the XYZ Construction
Company should invest in this project? (2 marks)
(Note: proper formulas; step-wise complete working is required concerning both
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PI=  Present Value of Future Cash Flows / Initial Investment Required

PI= [ΣCFt / (1+i) t ] / IO

Above both the PI formulas and both have the same function. in first formula you must calculate the PV value before putting the formula and in 2nd Pv Value also included in formula [ΣCFt / (1+i) t ]

see the above solved solution

thank you m.asif  brother 

plz putout profitability index formula in figure. 

                             

           C1             C2             C3             C4

                                                                                                                     48400000 + 8400500 + 8500000 + 8654000

    (1+.19)^1   (1.19)^2    (1.19)^3  (1.19)^4

       8,400,000 + 8,400,500 + 8,500,000 + 8,654,000

        1.19000 + 1.41610    + 1.68516    +  2.00534 


   7,058,824 +5,932,138 + 5,044,034 + 4,315,479 PV=22350475

Profitability Index = 
Present Value of Future Cash Flows     = 22,350,475 
Initial Investment Required                    30,125,700

Profitability Index = 0.7419





M. Asif

ap ne decimal k baad ki figures kyun choor di hain ?? C1, C2, C3 aur C4 main ??

smile decimal k baad ky figures be note krn

7058823.529 + 5932137.560 + 5044034.420 + 4315479.374

yes, maine full figures li hain with decimal

so my answer is quit different.

NPV= -7775263.45

wow,, it was an easy assignment 

yeah it is

HALWA :D

by Rida Gull 

MC130401845

RIDA GULL

FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT (MGT201)

ASSIGNMENT NO. 01

Net Present Value (NPV):

NPV = -IO+ΣCFt/ (1+i) t

Where CFt = cash flows occurring in different time periods

-IO              = Initial cash outflow

 I                 = discount /interest rate

 T                = year in which the cash flow takes place

NPV= -IO+ΣCFt/ (1+i) t

 

  Initial Value       C1             C2             C3              C4

   -30125700 +8400000 + 8400500 + 8500000 + 8654000

                      (1+.19)^1   (1.19) ^2    (1.19) ^3 (1.19) ^4

   -30,125,700 +8,400,000 + 8,400,500 + 8,500,000 + 8,654,000
                      1.19000 + 1.41610    + 1.68516    + 2.00534 
                      7,058,824 +5,932,138 + 5,044,034 + 4,315,479 PV=22350475


NPV=-30125700+22350475

NPV=-7,775,225.115

The VPV comes with negative answer so project is not acceptable by company.

 

Profitability Index = 
 

Profitability Index = 0.7419

Attachments:

By parishey

1

Net Present Value (NPV)

where:

Ct = net cash inflow during the period

Co= initial investment

r = discount rate, and

t = number of time periods 

Net Present Value (NPV) where: Ct = net cash inflow during the period Co= initial investment r = discount rate, and t = number of time periods

2

Profitability index is an investment appraisal technique calculated by dividing the present value of future cash flows of a project by the initial investment required for the project.

Formula:

Profitability Index
Present Value of Future Cash Flows
Initial Investment Required
 
1 +  Net Present Value
Initial Investment Required

Sollution is here

NPV
Initial Value                C1               C2                 C3                 C4
-30,125,700 +     8,400,000 +   8,400,500   +   8,500,000 +       8,654,000

      (1+.19)^1       (1.19)^2           (1.19)^3       (1.19)^4

 

8,400,000 +   8,400,500   +   8,500,000 +       8,654,000
              1.19000 +      1.41610    +    1.68516    +     2.00534 


             7,058,824  +    5,932,138 +   5,044,034 + 4,315,479


PV= 22350475 
NPV= -7775225.115

 

NPV=-30125700+22350475=-7775225.115

 

Profitability Index = 
Present Value of Future Cash Flows    

Initial Investment Required                       

 

 

22,350,475 
   30,125,700

Profitability Index = 0.7419

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