Lenovo Financial Paper
Lenovo Group Limited
CONTENT I. Introduction 3 1. Background 3 2. Nature of business 8 3. Description of product/services 9 4. Current Revenue size and Profit 12 5. Major Market Served 15 6. Ownership 16 7. Other relevant basic information 17 8. Company`s business strategy 21 II. Analysis of Company Performance 21 1. Company Growth 21 2. Financial ratios 23 3. Liquidity 23 4. Leverage 25 5. Profitability – Dupont Analysis 26 6. Fiscal Fitness Alman’s z-score 27 III. Analysis of Company`s Value Creation 28 IV. FINANCIAL PROJECTIONS 31 1. Assumptions 31 2. Forecast Balance sheet of Lenovo 2013-2015 32 3. Forecast Income Statement of Lenovo 2013-2015 33 4. Forecast financial …show more content…
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