# Download GTU MBA 2019 Summer 4th Sem 3549921 Strategic Financial Management Sfm Question Paper

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Seat No.: ________ Enrolment No.___________

GUJARAT TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY
MBA (PART TIME) ? SEMESTER-4? EXAMINATION ? SUMMER 2019

Subject Code:3549921 Date:04/05/2019
Subject Name: Strategic Financial Management (SFM)
Time: 10:30 AM To 01:30 PM Total Marks: 70
Instructions:
1. Attempt all questions.
2. Make suitable assumptions wherever necessary.
3. Figures to the right indicate full marks.

Q.1

Define following terms: (each of two marks) 14
a. Business Risk and Financial Risk
b. Financial Restructuring
c. Risk Adjusted Rate of Return
d. Merger with one example
e. Stock Split
f. Retention Ratio
g. Bonus Share

Q.2 (a)
Preet Ltd. provides you the following details. You are requested to find the
value of equity share of the company:
2000, 9% preference share of Rs.100 each Rs. 2,00,000
50,000 equity shares of Rs. 10 each, Rs. 8 per share
paid up
Rs. 4,00,000
Expected profit before tax per year Rs. 2,18,000
Rate of tax 40%
Transfer to general reserve every year 20%
Normal rate of earning 15%

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(b) Discuss the steps in Financial Planning process. 07

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(b)
A company has estimated following demand level of its product.
Sales (units ) 10,000 12,000 14,000 16,000 18,000
Probability 0.10 0.15 0.25 0.30 0.20
It has assumed that the sales price of Rs. 6 per unit, marginal cost of Rs. 3.5
per unit, and fixed cost of Rs. 34,000. What is the probability that (a) the
company will continue to incur loss (c) the company will make profit of at
least Rs. 10,000.
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Q.3 (a)
A project involves an outlay of Rs.100,000. Its expected cash flow at the end
of the year 1 is Rs. 40,000. Thereafter it decreases every year by Rs. 2000. It
has an economic life of 6 years. The certainty equivalent factor is CEFt= 1-
0.05t. Calculate the net present value of the project if the risk free rate of
return is 10%.

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Seat No.: ________ Enrolment No.___________

GUJARAT TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY
MBA (PART TIME) ? SEMESTER-4? EXAMINATION ? SUMMER 2019

Subject Code:3549921 Date:04/05/2019
Subject Name: Strategic Financial Management (SFM)
Time: 10:30 AM To 01:30 PM Total Marks: 70
Instructions:
1. Attempt all questions.
2. Make suitable assumptions wherever necessary.
3. Figures to the right indicate full marks.

Q.1

Define following terms: (each of two marks) 14
a. Business Risk and Financial Risk
b. Financial Restructuring
c. Risk Adjusted Rate of Return
d. Merger with one example
e. Stock Split
f. Retention Ratio
g. Bonus Share

Q.2 (a)
Preet Ltd. provides you the following details. You are requested to find the
value of equity share of the company:
2000, 9% preference share of Rs.100 each Rs. 2,00,000
50,000 equity shares of Rs. 10 each, Rs. 8 per share
paid up
Rs. 4,00,000
Expected profit before tax per year Rs. 2,18,000
Rate of tax 40%
Transfer to general reserve every year 20%
Normal rate of earning 15%

07
(b) Discuss the steps in Financial Planning process. 07

OR

(b)
A company has estimated following demand level of its product.
Sales (units ) 10,000 12,000 14,000 16,000 18,000
Probability 0.10 0.15 0.25 0.30 0.20
It has assumed that the sales price of Rs. 6 per unit, marginal cost of Rs. 3.5
per unit, and fixed cost of Rs. 34,000. What is the probability that (a) the
company will continue to incur loss (c) the company will make profit of at
least Rs. 10,000.
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Q.3 (a)
A project involves an outlay of Rs.100,000. Its expected cash flow at the end
of the year 1 is Rs. 40,000. Thereafter it decreases every year by Rs. 2000. It
has an economic life of 6 years. The certainty equivalent factor is CEFt= 1-
0.05t. Calculate the net present value of the project if the risk free rate of
return is 10%.

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(b) Project X & Project Y has similar life and yield. The initial investment is
Rs.80 lakhs each. Both the projects are new business model and hence cash
flow cannot be accurately projected. The probability distributions for the first
year for both the projects are given below and are expected to be same for the
entire tenure of the projects.

Project X Project Y
Cash Flows
(Rs. Lakhs)
Probability
Cash Flows
(Rs. Lakhs)
Probability
12 0.10 8 0.10
14 0.20 12 0.25
16 0.40 16 0.30
18 0.20 20 0.25
20 0.10 24 0.10

Decide which projected to be selected using coefficient of variation.

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OR
(a) Explain the causes of Industrial Sickness. 07

(b)
Calculate (a) the operating leverage, (b) financial leverage and (c) combined
leverage from the following data under situations I and II and financial plans,
A and B.
Installed capacity, 4,000 units
Actual production and sales, 75 per cent of the capacity
Selling price, Rs 30 per unit and Variable cost, Rs 15 per unit
Fixed cost: Under situation I, Rs 15,000 and Under situation II, 20,000

Capital Structure Financial Plans
A B
Equity Rs. 10,000 Rs. 15,000
Debt (0.20 interest) Rs. 10,000 Rs. 5,000

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Q.4 The initial investment outlay for a capital investment project consists of Rs.
100 lakhs for plant and machinery and Rs. 40 lakhs for working capital. Other
details are summarized below:
Sales: 1 lakh units of output per year
Selling Price: Rs. 120 per unit of output
Variable Cost: Rs. 60 per unit of output
Fixed Overheads (excluding depreciation): Rs. 15 lakhs per year
Rate of depreciation on plant and machinery: 25% on WDV method
Salvage Value of plant and machinery: Equal to the WDV at the end of year 5
Tax rate: 40%
Time horizon: 5 years
Post-tax cut off rate: 12%

(a)
Indicate the financial viability of the project by calculating the net present value.
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(b)
Determine the sensitivity of the project?s NPV if selling price decrease by 10%.
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OR

Q.4 (a)
Determine the sensitivity of the project?s NPV if variable cost increase by 10%.
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Seat No.: ________ Enrolment No.___________

GUJARAT TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY
MBA (PART TIME) ? SEMESTER-4? EXAMINATION ? SUMMER 2019

Subject Code:3549921 Date:04/05/2019
Subject Name: Strategic Financial Management (SFM)
Time: 10:30 AM To 01:30 PM Total Marks: 70
Instructions:
1. Attempt all questions.
2. Make suitable assumptions wherever necessary.
3. Figures to the right indicate full marks.

Q.1

Define following terms: (each of two marks) 14
a. Business Risk and Financial Risk
b. Financial Restructuring
c. Risk Adjusted Rate of Return
d. Merger with one example
e. Stock Split
f. Retention Ratio
g. Bonus Share

Q.2 (a)
Preet Ltd. provides you the following details. You are requested to find the
value of equity share of the company:
2000, 9% preference share of Rs.100 each Rs. 2,00,000
50,000 equity shares of Rs. 10 each, Rs. 8 per share
paid up
Rs. 4,00,000
Expected profit before tax per year Rs. 2,18,000
Rate of tax 40%
Transfer to general reserve every year 20%
Normal rate of earning 15%

07
(b) Discuss the steps in Financial Planning process. 07

OR

(b)
A company has estimated following demand level of its product.
Sales (units ) 10,000 12,000 14,000 16,000 18,000
Probability 0.10 0.15 0.25 0.30 0.20
It has assumed that the sales price of Rs. 6 per unit, marginal cost of Rs. 3.5
per unit, and fixed cost of Rs. 34,000. What is the probability that (a) the
company will continue to incur loss (c) the company will make profit of at
least Rs. 10,000.
07

Q.3 (a)
A project involves an outlay of Rs.100,000. Its expected cash flow at the end
of the year 1 is Rs. 40,000. Thereafter it decreases every year by Rs. 2000. It
has an economic life of 6 years. The certainty equivalent factor is CEFt= 1-
0.05t. Calculate the net present value of the project if the risk free rate of
return is 10%.

07
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(b) Project X & Project Y has similar life and yield. The initial investment is
Rs.80 lakhs each. Both the projects are new business model and hence cash
flow cannot be accurately projected. The probability distributions for the first
year for both the projects are given below and are expected to be same for the
entire tenure of the projects.

Project X Project Y
Cash Flows
(Rs. Lakhs)
Probability
Cash Flows
(Rs. Lakhs)
Probability
12 0.10 8 0.10
14 0.20 12 0.25
16 0.40 16 0.30
18 0.20 20 0.25
20 0.10 24 0.10

Decide which projected to be selected using coefficient of variation.

07
OR
(a) Explain the causes of Industrial Sickness. 07

(b)
Calculate (a) the operating leverage, (b) financial leverage and (c) combined
leverage from the following data under situations I and II and financial plans,
A and B.
Installed capacity, 4,000 units
Actual production and sales, 75 per cent of the capacity
Selling price, Rs 30 per unit and Variable cost, Rs 15 per unit
Fixed cost: Under situation I, Rs 15,000 and Under situation II, 20,000

Capital Structure Financial Plans
A B
Equity Rs. 10,000 Rs. 15,000
Debt (0.20 interest) Rs. 10,000 Rs. 5,000

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Q.4 The initial investment outlay for a capital investment project consists of Rs.
100 lakhs for plant and machinery and Rs. 40 lakhs for working capital. Other
details are summarized below:
Sales: 1 lakh units of output per year
Selling Price: Rs. 120 per unit of output
Variable Cost: Rs. 60 per unit of output
Fixed Overheads (excluding depreciation): Rs. 15 lakhs per year
Rate of depreciation on plant and machinery: 25% on WDV method
Salvage Value of plant and machinery: Equal to the WDV at the end of year 5
Tax rate: 40%
Time horizon: 5 years
Post-tax cut off rate: 12%

(a)
Indicate the financial viability of the project by calculating the net present value.
07
(b)
Determine the sensitivity of the project?s NPV if selling price decrease by 10%.
07

OR

Q.4 (a)
Determine the sensitivity of the project?s NPV if variable cost increase by 10%.
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(b)
Determine the sensitivity of the project?s NPV if variable cost increase by 5%
and selling price increase by 5%.
07

Q.5
A company has share capital of Rs. 25,00,000 consists of 25,000 shares of Rs.
100 each. The management is planning to raise another Rs. 20,00,000 for
expansion. It has following four alternatives:

I. It can raise entire amount through ordinary shares.
II. It can raise 50% through ordinary shares and 50% through long term
borrowings at 8% p.a.
III. It can raise Rs. 25% through ordinary shares and 75% through long
term borrowing at 9% p.a.
IV. It can raise Rs. 50% through ordinary shares and 50% through
preference shares with 5%.
EBIT is Rs. 8,00,000 and tax rate is 50%.

(a)
Determine EPS of alternative-I.
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(b)
Determine EPS of alternative-II.
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OR

(a)
Determine EPS of alternative-III.
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(b)
Determine EPS of alternative-IV.
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