Analysis of Financial Position of Smrt and Sbs Transit, Singapore

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Table of Contents
1. Executive Summary
2. About the Company 2.1 Key People 2.2 Milestones 2.3 Business Structure
3. Company Analysis of SMRT Corporation Ltd.
4. Company Financial and Data Analysis 4.1. Profitability ratio 4.1.1 Return on Capital Employed (ROCE) 4.1.2. Operating Profit Margin
4.1.3. Profit Ratio
4.1.4. Return on Equity (ROE) Ratio
4.1.5. Return on Assets (ROA) Ratio
4.2. Liquidity Ratio 4. 2. 1. Current Ratio 4.2.2. Acid-Test Ratio 4.3. Stability ratio 4.4. Efficiency Ratio 4.4.1. Sales Revenue per Employee Ratio 4.4.2. Asset Turn Over Ratio 4. 5.Investors ratios 4.5.1. Earnings per Share (EPS)
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Transit Link Pte Ltd A service company set up by SMRT and SBS Transit to ensure efficient and effective fare and network integration.
SMRT Engineering FZE Provision of operations and maintenance services to the Palm Jumeirah Rail Transit System for the Nakheel project in the United Arab Emirates.

3. Company Analysis of SMRT Corporation Ltd.
SWOT analysis assesses the strategic position of a company by identifying its strength, weakness, opportunities and threat. This can be found out from the table below:
Strength Weakness
Proven track record

Main operator of Singapore's public transport backbone network, MRT system Fares are regulated by PTC, beyond SMRT's control

Operations and services subject to Licensing and Operating Agreement by LTA Subject to fluctuation in energy costs
Opportunities Threats
Doubling of Rapid Transport System by 2020

Various initiatives by Singapore government to promote public transport

Expansion of transport and engineering services Deregulation and competitive bidding of public transport Services

Affected by potential security, safety and disease outbreak risks

4. Company Financial and Data Analysis
Ratio Analysis is a tool used by individuals to conduct a quantitative analysis of information in a company's financial statements. Ratios are calculated from current year numbers and are then compared to previous years, other companies, the industry,