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1 Question 1 PAPER 2 : STRATEGIC FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT Answer all questions. Working notes should form part of the answer. Wherever appropriate, suitable assumption should be made by the candidates. (a) XY Ltd. has under its consideration a project with an initial investment of Rs. 1,00,000. Three probable cash inflow scenarios with their probabilities of occurrence have been estimated as below: Annual cash inflow (Rs.) 20,000 30,000 40,000 Probability The project life is 5 years and the desired rate of return is 20%. The estimated terminal values for the project assets under the three probability alternatives, respectively, are Rs. 0, 20,000 and 30,000. You are required to: (i) Find the probable NPV; (ii) Find the worst-case NPV and the best-case NPV; and (iii) State the probability occurrence of the worst case, if the cash flows are perfectly positively correlated over time. (12 Marks) (b) Mr. A purchased a 3 month call option for 100 shares in XYZ Ltd. at a premium of Rs. 30 per share, with an exercise price of Rs He also purchased a 3 month put option for 100 shares of the same company at a premium of Rs. 5 per share with an exercise price of Rs The market price of the share on the date of Mr. A s purchase of options, is Rs Calculate the profit or loss that Mr. A would make assuming that the market price falls to Rs. 350 at the end of 3 months. (4 Marks) (c) Explain briefly, how financial policy is linked to strategic management. (4 Marks) Answer (a) The expected cash flows of the project are as follows: Year Pr = 0.1 Pr = 0.7 Pr = 0.2 Total Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. 0-10,000-70,000-20,000-1,00, ,000 21,000 8,000 31, ,000 21,000 8,000 31, ,000 21,000 8,000 31, ,000 21,000 8,000 31, ,000 21,000 8,000 31, ,000 6,000 20,000

2 FINAL (NEW) EXAMINATION : MAY, 2010 (b) (c) (i) (ii) NPV based on expected cash flows would be as follows: = - Rs.1,00,000 + Rs.31, Rs.31, Rs.31, Rs.31,000 Rs.31,000 Rs.20, ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) = - Rs. 1,00,000 + Rs. 25, Rs. 21, Rs. 17, Rs. 14, Rs. 12, Rs. 8, NPV = Rs For the worst case, the cash flows from the cash flow column farthest on the left are used to calculate NPV Rs.2,000 Rs.2,000 Rs.2,000 Rs.2,000 Rs.2,000 = - Rs.10, ( ) 1 ( ) 2 ( ) 3 ( ) 4 ( ) = - Rs. 10,000 + Rs. 1, Rs. 1, Rs. 1, Rs Rs NPV = - Rs. 4, For the best case, the cash flows from the cash flow column farthest on the right are used to calculated NPV Rs.8,000 Rs.8,000 Rs.8,000 Rs.8,000 Rs.8,000 Rs.6, = - Rs.20,000 + ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) = - Rs. 20,000 + Rs. 6, Rs. 5, Rs. 4, Rs. 3, Rs. 3, Rs. 2, NPV = Rs. 6, (iii) If the cash flows are perfectly dependent, then the low cash flow in the first year will mean a low cash flow in every year. Thus the possibility of the worst case occurring is the probability of getting Rs. 2,000 net cash flow in year 1 or 20%. Since the market price at the end of 3 months falls to Rs. 350 which is below the exercise price under the call option, the call option will not be exercised. Only put option becomes viable. Rs. The gain will be: Gain per share (Rs.450 Rs. 350) 100 Total gain per 100 shares 10,000 Cost or premium paid (Rs. 30 x 100) + (Rs. 5 x 100) 3,500 Net gain 6,500 The success of any business is measured in financial terms. Maximising value to the shareholders is the ultimate objective. For this to happen, at every stage of its operations including policy-making, the firm should be taking strategic steps with value- 20

3 PAPER 2 : STRATEGIC FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT maximization objective. This is the basis of financial policy being linked to strategic management. The linkage can be clearly seen in respect of many business decisions. For example : (i) Manner of raising capital as source of finance and capital structure are the most important dimensions of strategic plan. (ii) Cut-off rate (opportunity cost of capital) for acceptance of investment decisions. (iii) Investment and fund allocation is another important dimension of interface of strategic management and financial policy. (iv) Foreign Exchange exposure and risk management. (v) Liquidity management (vi) A dividend policy decision deals with the extent of earnings to be distributed and a close interface is needed to frame the policy so that the policy should be beneficial for all. (vii) Issue of bonus share is another dimension involving the strategic decision. Thus from above discussions it can be said that financial policy of a company cannot be worked out in isolation to other functional policies. It has a wider appeal and closer link with the overall organizational performance and direction of growth. Question 2 (a) P Ltd. has decided to acquire a machine costing Rs. 50 lakhs through leasing. Quotations from 2 leasing companies have been obtained which are summarised below: (b) Quote A Quote B Lease term 3 years 4 years Initial lease rent (Rs. lakhs) Annual lease rent (payable in arrears) (Rs.lakhs ) P Ltd. evaluates investment proposals at 10% cost of capital and its effective tax rate is 30%. Terminal payment in both cases is negligible and may be ignored. Make calculations and show which quote is beneficial to P Ltd. Present value factors at 10% rate for years 1-4 are respectively 0.91, 0.83, 0.75 and Calculations may be rounded off to 2 decimals in lakhs. (10 Marks) Based on the following information, determine the NAV of a regular income scheme on per unit basis: Rs. Crores Listed shares at Cost (ex-dividend) 20 Cash in hand 1.23 Bonds and debentures at cost 4.3 Of these, bonds not listed and quoted 1 21

4 FINAL (NEW) EXAMINATION : MAY, 2010 Other fixed interest securities at cost 4.5 Dividend accrued 0.8 Amount payable on shares 6.32 Expenditure accrued 0.75 Number of units (Rs. 10 face value) 20 lacs Current realizable value of fixed income securities of face value of Rs The listed shares were purchased when Index was 1,000 Present index is 2,300 Value of listed bonds and debentures at NAV date 8 There has been a diminution of 20% in unlisted bonds and debentures. Other fixed interest securities are at cost. (6 Marks) (c) How is a stock market index calculated? Indicate any two important stock market indices. (4 Marks) Answer (a) (in lakhs) Quote A Quote B Calculation of Present Value (PV) of cash payments: Initial lease rent (PV) Less: PV of tax benefit on initial payment of lease rent Rs lakh x 0.30 x 0.91 (1.365) - Rs lakh x 0.30 x (0.273) PV of Annual lease rents Rs lakh x 0.7 x Rs lakh x 0.7 x Total payments in PV Capital Recovery Factor (reciprocal of Annuity Factor) 1/ / Equated Annual Payment or cash outflow (Rs. lakhs) Conclusion: Since Quote B implies lesser equated annual cash outflow, it is better. 22

5 PAPER 2 : STRATEGIC FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT (b) Particulars Adjustment Value Rs. crores Equity Shares Cash in hand 1.23 Bonds and debentures not listed 0.80 Bonds and debentures listed 8.00 Dividends accrued 0.80 Fixed income securities 4.50 Sub total assets (A) Less: Liabilities Amount payable on shares 6.32 Expenditure accrued 0.75 Sub total liabilities (B) 7.07 Net Assets Value (A) (B) No of units 20,00,000 Net Assets Value per unit ( Rs crore / 20,00,000) Rs (c) Stock Market Index 1. A base year is set alongwith a basket of base shares. 2. The changes in the market price of these shares is calculated on a daily basis. 3. The shares included in the index are those shares which are traded regularly in high volume. 4. In case the trading in any share stops or comes down then it gets excluded and another company s shares replace it. 5. Following steps are involved in calculation of index on a particular date: Calculate market capitalization of each individual company comprising the index. Calculate the total market capitalization by adding the individual market capitalization of all companies in the index. Computing index of next day requires the index value and the total market capitalization of the previous day and is computed as follows: I ndex Value =Index on Previous Total market capitalisation for current day Day X Total capitalisation of the previous day 23

6 FINAL (NEW) EXAMINATION : MAY, 2010 It should also be noted that Indices may also be calculated using the price weighted method. Here the share the share price of the constituent companies form the weights. However, almost all equity indices world-wide are calculated using the market capitalization weighted method. Each stock exchange has a flagship index like in India Sensex of BSE and Nifty of NSE and outside India is Dow Jones, FTSE etc. Question 3 (a) The following information is given for 3 companies that are identical except for their capital structure: Orange Grape Apple Total invested capital 1,00,000 1,00,000 1,00,000 Debt/assets ratio Shares outstanding 6,100 8,300 10,000 Pre tax cost of debt 16% 13% 15% Cost of equity 26% 22% 20% Operating Income (EBIT) 25,000 25,000 25,000 Net Income 8,970 12,350 14,950 The tax rate is uniform 35% in all cases. (i) Compute the Weighted average cost of capital for each company. (ii) Compute the Economic Valued Added (EVA) for each company. (iii) Based on the EVA, which company would be considered for best investment? Give reasons. (iv) If the industry PE ratio is 11x, estimate the price for the share of each company. (v) Calculate the estimated market capitalisation for each of the Companies. (12 Marks) (b) The rate of inflation in India is 8% per annum and in the U.S.A. it is 4%. The current spot rate for USD in India is Rs. 46. What will be the expected rate after 1 year and after 4 years applying the Purchasing Power Parity Theory. (4 Marks) (c) List and briefly explain the main functions of an investment bank. (4 Marks) Answer (a) (i) Working for calculation of WACC Orange Grape Apple Total debt 80,000 50,000 20,000 Post tax Cost of debt 10.4% 8.45% 9.75% Equity Fund 20,000 50,000 80,000 24

7 PAPER 2 : STRATEGIC FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT (ii) WACC Orange: (10.4 x 0.8) + (26 x 0.2) = 13.52% Grape: (8.45 x 0.5) + (22 x 0.5) = % Apple: (9.75 x 0.2) + (20 x 0.8) = 17.95% Orange Grape Apple WACC (b) EVA [EBIT (1-T)-(WACC x Invested Capital)] 2,730 1,025-1,700 (iii) Orange would be considered as the best investment since the EVA of the company is highest and its weighted average cost of capital is the lowest (iv) Estimated Price of each company shares Orange Grape Apple EBIT Rs. 25,000 Rs. 25,000 Rs. 25,000 Interest Rs. 12,800 Rs. 6,500 Rs. 3,000 Taxable Income Rs. 12,200 Rs. 18,500 Rs. 22,000 Tax 35% Rs. 4,270 Rs. 6,475 Rs. 7,700 Net Income Rs. 7,930 Rs. 12,025 Rs. 14,300 Shares 6,100 8,300 10,000 EPS Stock Price (EPS x PE Ratio) Rs Rs Rs Since the three entities have different capital structures they would be exposed to different degrees of financial risk. The PE ratio should therefore be adjusted for the risk factor. (v) Market Capitalisation Estimated Stock Price (Rs) No. of shares 6,100 8,300 10,000 Estimated Market Cap (Rs) 87,230 1,32,302 1,57,300 The differential inflation is 4%. Hence the rate will keep changing adversely by 4% every year. Assuming that the change is reflected at the end of each year, the rates will be: End of Year Rs. Rs/USD 1 Rs x Rs x

8 FINAL (NEW) EXAMINATION : MAY, 2010 Alternative Answer 3 Rs x Rs x End of Year Rs. Rs/USD (c) Main Functions of an Investment Bank Rs x ( ) ( ) Rs x ( ) ( ) Rs x ( ) ( ) Rs x ( ) ( ) The following are, briefly, a summary of investment banking functions: - Managing an IPO (Initial Public Offering): This includes hiring managers to the issue, due diligence and marketing the issue. - Issue of debt: When a company requires capital, it sometimes chooses to issue public debt instead of equity. - Mergers and Acquisitions: Acting as intermediary between Acquirer and target company - Private Placement: A private placement differs little from a public offering aside from the fact that a private placement involves a firm selling stock or equity to private investors rather than to public investors. - Financial Restructuring: When a company cannot pay its cash obligations - it goes bankrupt. In this situation, a company can, of course, choose to simply shut down operations and walk away or, it can also restructure and remain in business. Question 4 (a) T Ltd. and E Ltd. are in the same industry. The former is in negotiation for acquisition of the latter. Important information about the two companies as per their latest financial statements is given below: T Ltd. E Ltd. Rs. 10 Equity shares outstanding 12 Lakhs 6 Lakhs Debt: 10% Debentures (Rs. Lakhs)

9 PAPER 2 : STRATEGIC FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT 12.5% Institutional Loan (Rs. Lakhs) Earning before interest, depreciation and tax (EBIDAT) (Rs Lakhs) Market Price/share (Rs.) T Ltd. plans to offer a price for E Ltd., business as a whole which will be 7 times EBIDAT reduced by outstanding debt, to be discharged by own shares at market price. E Ltd. is planning to seek one share in T Ltd. for every 2 shares in E Ltd. based on the market price. Tax rate for the two companies may be assumed as 30%. Calculate and show the following under both alternatives - T Ltd.'s offer and E Ltd.'s plan: (i) Net consideration payable. (ii) No. of shares to be issued by T Ltd. (iii) EPS of T Ltd. after acquisition. (iv) Expected market price per share of T Ltd. after acquisition. (v) State briefly the advantages to T Ltd. from the acquisition. Calculations (except EPS) may be rounded off to 2 decimals in lakhs. (16 Marks) (b) Briefly explain what is an exchange traded fund. (4 Marks) Answer (a) As per T Ltd. s Offer (i) (ii) Rs. in lakhs Net Consideration Payable 7 times EBIDAT, i.e. 7 x Rs lakh Less: Debt No. of shares to be issued by T Ltd Rs lakh/rs. 220 (rounded off) (Nos.) 2,59,000 (iii) EPS of T Ltd after acquisition Total EBIDT (Rs lakh + Rs lakh) Less: Interest (Rs. 58 lakh + Rs. 30 lakh) Less: 30% Tax Total earnings (NPAT) Total no. of shares outstanding lakh (12 lakh lakh) EPS (Rs. 300 lakh/ lakh) Rs

10 FINAL (NEW) EXAMINATION : MAY, 2010 (iv) Expected Market Price: Pre-acquisition P/E multiple: Rs. in lakhs EBIDAT Less: Interest X Less: 30% Tax No. of shares (lakhs) EPS Rs Hence, PE multiple Expected market price after acquisition (Rs x 11) Rs As per E Ltd s Plan. Rs. in lakhs (i) (ii) Net consideration payable 6 lakhs shares x Rs No. of shares to be issued by T Ltd Rs. 660 lakhs Rs. 220 (iii) EPS of T Ltd after Acquisition 3 lakh NPAT (as per earlier calculations ) Total no. of shares outstanding (12 lakhs + 3 lakhs) 15 lakh Earning Per Share (EPS) Rs. 300 lakh/15 lakh Rs (iv) Expected Market Price (Rs. 20 x 11) (v) Advantages of Acquisition to T Ltd Since the two companies are in the same industry, the following advantages could accrue: - Synergy, cost reduction and operating efficiency. - Better market share. - Avoidance of competition. 28

11 PAPER 2 : STRATEGIC FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT (b) Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) were introduced in US in 1993 and came to India around ETF is a hybrid product that combines the features of an index mutual fund and stock and hence, is also called index shares. These funds are listed on the stock exchanges and their prices are linked to the underlying index. The authorized participants act as market makers for ETFs. ETF can be bought and sold like any other stock on stock exchange. In other words, they can be bought or sold any time during the market hours at prices that are expected to be closer to the NAV at the end of the day. NAV of an ETF is the value of the underlying component of the benchmark index held by the ETF plus all accrued dividends less accrued management fees. There is no paper work involved for investing in an ETF. These can be bought like any other stock by just placing an order with a broker. Some other important features of ETF are as follows: 1. It gives an investor the benefit of investing in a commodity without physically purchasing the commodity like gold, silver, sugar etc. 2. It is launched by an asset management company or other entity. 3. The investor does not need to physically store the commodity or bear the costs of upkeep which is part of the administrative costs of the fund. Question 5 (a) Consider the following data for Government Securities: (b) Face value Interest Maturity Current Price (Rate %) (Years) (Rs.) 1,00, ,000 1,00, ,000 1,00, ,500 1,00, ,900 Calculate the forward interest rates. (8 Marks) The following market data is available: Spot USD/JPY Deposit rates p.a. USD JPY 3 months 4.50% 0.25% 6 months 5.00% 0.25% Forward Rate Agreement (FRA) for Yen is Nil. 1. What should be 3 months FRA rate at 3 months forward? 29

12 FINAL (NEW) EXAMINATION : MAY, The 6 & 12 months LIBORS are 5% & 6.5% respectively. A bank is quoting 6/12 USD FRA at %. Is any arbitrage opportunity available? Calculate profit in such case. (8 Marks) (c) Write a short note on Debt Securitisation. (4 Marks) Answer (a) To get forward Interest rates, begin with the one year Government Security Rs. 91,000 = Rs. 1,00,000 / (1 + r) r = Next consider the two year Government Security Rs. 99,000 = (Rs. 10,500/1.099) + {Rs. 1,10,500/(1.099)(1+r)} r = Then consider the three year Government Security Rs. 99,500 = (Rs. 11,000/1.099) + {(Rs. 11,000/(1.099) (1.124)} + {Rs. 1,11,000/(1.099)(1.124)(1+r)} r = Finally consider the four year Government Security Rs. 99,900 = (Rs. 11,500/1.099) + {(Rs. 11,500/(1.099)(1.124)} + {Rs. 11,500/(1.099)(1.124)(1.115)} + {Rs. 1,11,500/(1.099)(1.124)(1.115)(1+ r)} r = (b) 1. 3 Months Interest rate is 4.50% & 6 Months Interest rate is 5% p.a. Future Value 6 Months from now is a product of Future Value 3 Months now & 3 Months Future Value from after 3 Months. (1+0.05*6/12) =( *3/12) x (1+i 3,6 *3/12) i 3,6 = [(1+0.05* 6/12) /( *3/12) 1] *12/3 i.e. 5.44% p.a Months Interest rate is 5% p.a & 12 Month interest rate is 6.5% p.a. Future value 12 month from now is a product of Future value 6 Months from now and 6 Months Future value from after 6 Months. ( ) = (1+0.05*6/12) x (1+i 6,6 *6/12) i 6,6 = [( /1.025) 1] *12/6 6 Months forward 6 month rate is 7.80% p.a. The Bank is quoting 6/12 USD FRA at % 30

13 PAPER 2 : STRATEGIC FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT (c) Therefore there is an arbitrage Opportunity of earning 7.80% p.a. & 6.75% Borrow for 6 months, buy an FRA & invest for 12 months To get \$ at the end of 12 months for \$ 1 invested today To pay \$ # at the end of 12 months for every \$ 1 Borrowed today Net gain \$ i.e. risk less profit for every \$ borrowed # (1+0.05/2) ( /2) = ( ) say Debt Securitisation Debt Securitisation is a method of recycling of funds. It is especially beneficial to financial intermediaries to support the lending volumes. Assets generating steady cash flows are packaged together and against this assets pool market securities can be issued. The process can be classified in the following three functions: 1. The origination function A borrower seeks a loan from finance company, bank, housing company or a financial institution. On the basis of credit worthiness repayment schedule is structured over the life of the loan. 2. The pooling function Many similar loans or receivables are clubbed together to create an underlying pool of assets. This pool is transferred in favour of a SPV (Special Purpose Vehicle), which acts as a trustee for the investor. Once the assets are transferred they are held in the organizers portfolios. 3. The securitisation function It is the SPV s job to structure and issue the securities on the basis of asset pool. The securities carry coupon and an expected maturity, which can be asset base or mortgage based. These are generally sold to investors through merchant bankers. The investors interested in this type of securities are generally institutional investors like mutual fund, insurance companies etc. The originator usually keeps the spread available (i.e. difference) between yield from secured asset and interest paid to investors. Generally the process of securitisation is without recourse i.e. the investor bears the credit risk of default and the issuer is under an obligation to pay to investors only if the cash flows are received by issuer from the collateral. 31

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