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Suppose you are part of the Accounting and Finance team at Central Asia Metals (CAML) plc. You are required to write a report to the senior management team of CAML plc., discussing the importance of accounting and finance functions

Assignment Brief

Academic Year 2023-24

Module code and title:

BM414 Financial Decision Making

Module leader:

 

Assignment No. and type:

CW1: Coursework 2,500 words

Assessment weighting:

100%

Submission time and date:

 

Target feedback time and date:

3 weeks after submission deadline

Assignment task

Company Background – Central Asia Metals (CAML) plc.

Central Asia Metals (CAML) plc. is a base metals producer listed on the AIM market of the London Stock Exchange with copper operations in Kazakhstan and a zinc and lead mine in North Macedonia. The company is incorporated in the United Kingdom (based in London) and raised approximately £48 million at IPO in September 2010. This capital was used to build the Kounrad recovery plant in central Kazakhstan. In November 2017, the company completed the acquisition of the Sasa zinc and lead mine in North Macedonia for a total consideration of approximately £315 million.

Assume that the company is now planning to expand further and build another extraction plant in Uzbekistan within the next five (5) years. The company estimates that they would need to raise approximately £120 million for this project.

Required

TASK 1 (1,000 WORDS)

Suppose you are part of the Accounting and Finance team at Central Asia Metals (CAML) plc. You are required to write a report to the senior management team of CAML plc., discussing the importance of accounting and finance functions, roles and duties within CAML plc with respect to both reporting and decision-making aspects. Your discussion should include some examples within the company where appropriate.

(30 marks)

 

TASK 2 (1,500 WORDS)

Using the financial statements of Central Asia Metals (CAML) plc. presented below, complete the following tasks:

a) Provide a brief explanation of the financial statements and their main elements supporting it by the figures and trends from the statements below.

b) Using the figures presented in these financial statements, calculate the following ratios in each year:

  • Return on capital employed
  • Net profit margin
  • Current ratio
  • Average Receivable days/ Debtors collection period
  • Average Payable days/ Creditors collection period

You should clearly show all the formulas and calculations. The figures should be rounded to two decimal places. Formulas and calculations are not part of the word count.

c) Using the results from your calculations, comment on the company’s performance based on the results from and position between the two (2) years from (a), mentioning possible causes, reasons and effects for the changes in the ratios.

In this section, please incorporate the discussion on the company’s performance from an investor perspective, assuming that the company is planning to build another extraction plant in

Uzbekistan within the next five (5) years and would need to raise approximately £120 million for this project.

Demonstrate knowledge of the role of finance and accounting within the organisation with respect to both reporting and decision-making aspects.

(60 marks)

The summarised financial statements of Central Asia Metals (CAML) plc.

Please note that these are simplified statements and the figures used are not taken from the real accounts

Assume that all sales are credit sales

 

Income Statement

For the year ended 31 Dec 2021

For the year ended 31 Dec 2022

 

£000

£000

£000

£000

Sales revenue

 

190,600

 

190,200

Cost of sales

 

 

 

 

Opening inventory

18,800

 

10,450

 

Purchases

62,150

 

76,700

 

 

80,950

 

87,150

 

Less: Closing inventory

(10,450)

(70,500)

(13,150)

(74,000)

Gross profit

 

120,100

 

116,200

Operating expenses

 

(45,400)

 

(64,700)

Finance cost

 

(4,500)

 

(3,000)

Net profit

 

70,200

 

48,500

 

Marks will also be awarded for Structure and Presentation skills. The structure includes the orderly presentation of relevant material. In addition, the extent of the research is evidenced by the appropriateness and adequacy of in-text referencing. There must be a Cover Page and Contents Page, executive summary, sections with Introduction, Conclusion, List of References and pages must be numbered.

(10 marks)

Please note that the word count excludes the cover page, the contents page, executive summary, Formulas and calculations in Task 2 (b), list of references, and appendices (if there are any).

Total marks 100

 

Statement of financial position

As at 31 December 2021

As at 31 December 2022

 

£000

£000

£000

£000

Non-current assets

 

367,100

 

372,600

Current assets

 

 

 

 

Inventory

10,450

 

13,150

 

Receivables – trade

12,200

 

13,700

 

Prepayments

3,550

 

1,550

 

Cash

49,200

75,400

25,200

53,600

 

 

442,500

 

426,200

Issued share capital

 

1,800

 

1,800

Share premium account

 

152,000

 

152,000

Retained earnings

 

182,000

 

194,500

 

 

335,800

 

348,300

Non-current liabilities

 

 

 

 

5% loan notes

 

90,000

 

60,000

Current liabilities

 

 

 

 

Payables – trade

16,550

 

17,570

 

Accruals

150

16,700

330

17,900

 

 

442,500

 

426,200

 

Assessment Criteria

From your report, you will obtain marks for the following:

 

Level of discussion of the functions/roles/duties of accounting and finance team within the company with appropriate examples. (Task 1, LO1)

30%

Level of explanation of financial statements and their main elements supporting with example figures and trends from the company statements. (Task 2 (a), LO2)

15%

Accuracy and correctness of ratio calculation over the two-year period. (Task 2 (b), LO3)

15%

Level of analysis and discussion of the results from the calculation of the ratios in relation to company performance between the two years, including the discussion on the company’s performance from an investor perspective. (Task 2 (c), LO4)

30%

Structure and presentation of the work and referencing (report format, clarity of expression, referencing).

10%

This assignment has been designed to provide you with an opportunity to demonstrate your achievement of the following module learning outcomes:

LO 1: Demonstrate knowledge of the role of finance and accounting within the organisation with respect to both reporting and decision-making aspects.

LO 2: Explain the structure of and terms used within the financial statements.

LO 3: Calculate the main accounting ratios and explain their significance to users of financial statement.

LO 4: Apply management accounting techniques for planning, control and decision making within the organisation.

 

Referencing and presentational requirements

Please reference your work according to the Harvard style as defined in Cite Them Right Online

(http://www.citethemrightonline.com). This information is also available in book form: Pears, R. and Shields,

G. (2019) Cite them right: the essential reference guide. 11th edition. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. Copies are available via the University library.

There are also documents on Harvard referencing on Blackboard which students can read.

Students must use acceptable academic sources including peer-reviewed journal articles, Books, Company websites etc.

  • Use Arial font size 11 or 12 with 1.5 line spacing.
  • Insert page numbers at the bottom of each page.
  • You must have a cover sheet with your student ID and word count.

How your work will be assessed

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Have you kept to the word count (or equivalent)? If you are not sure, check with your tutor.  Can you confirm that the work submitted is your own and maintains academic integrity? Demonstrate knowledge of the role of finance and accounting within the organisation with respect to both reporting and decision-making aspects.

 

Fail

Fail

Pass

Pass

Pass

Pass

Pass

Criteria

0-34 (F) –

Fail

35-39 E –

Marginal fail

40-49 (D)

50-59 (C)

60-69 (B)

70-79 (A)

80-100 (A+)

 

Not successful

Below required standard

Satisfactory

Good

Very Good

Excellent

Outstanding

 

Task 1 (LO1)

30%

This should include:

  • Depth of knowledge and understanding of the role of Accounting and Finance within the organisation with respect to both reporting and decision-making aspects.
  • Level of discussion of the functions, roles, duties of accounting and finance team within the company with appropriate examples.

 

The work demonstrates a limited and/or substantially inaccurate or no understanding of the role of Accounting and Finance functions,

roles, and duties within the organisation with respect to both reporting and decision- making aspects.

Poor or inadequate discussion of the functions, roles, duties of accounting and finance team within the company with limited or no appropriate examples.

 

The work demonstrates insufficient understanding of the role of Accounting and Finance functions, roles, and duties within the organisation with respect to both reporting and decision- making aspects.

Weak or very weak discussion of the functions, roles, duties of accounting and finance team within the company with limited or no appropriate examples.

 

The work demonstrates a basic yet systematic understanding of the role of Accounting and Finance functions, roles, and duties within the organisation with respect to both reporting and decision- making aspects.

Satisfactory discussion of the functions, roles, duties of accounting and finance team within the company with limited or no appropriate examples.

 

The work demonstrates a sound or good understanding of the role of Accounting and Finance functions, roles, and duties within the organisation with respect to both reporting and decision- making aspects.

Sound or good discussion of the functions, roles, duties of accounting and finance team within the company with limited or no appropriate examples.

 

The work demonstrates a sophisticated and critical systematic understanding of the role of Accounting and Finance functions, roles, and duties within the organisation with respect to both reporting and decision- making aspects.

 

Very good discussion of the functions, roles, duties of accounting and finance team within the company with limited or no appropriate examples.

 

The work demonstrates a highly accomplished systematic understanding of the role of Accounting and Finance functions, roles, and duties within the organisation with respect to both reporting and decision- making aspects.

 

Excellent discussion of the functions, roles, duties of accounting and finance team within the company with limited or no appropriate examples.

 

The work demonstrates an exceptional systematic understanding of the role of Accounting and Finance functions, roles, and duties within the organisation with respect to both reporting and decision- making aspects.

Outstanding discussion of the functions, roles, duties of accounting and finance team within the company with limited or no appropriate examples.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Task 2 (a) (LO2) 15%

  • Level of explanation of financial statements and their main elements supporting with example figures and trends from the company statements.

Poor or inadequate explanation of financial statements and their main elements supporting with example figures and trends from the company statements.

Weak explanation of financial statements and their main elements supporting with example figures and trends from the company statements.

Satisfactory explanation of financial statements and their main elements supporting with example figures and trends from the company statements.

Good explanation of financial statements and their main elements supporting with example figures and trends from the company statements.

Very good explanation of financial statements and their main elements supporting with example figures and trends from the company statements.

Excellent explanation of financial statements and their main elements supporting with example figures and trends from the company statements.

Outstanding explanation of financial statements and their main elements supporting with example figures and trends from the company statements.

Task 2 (b) (LO3) 15%

  • Accuracy and correctness of ratio calculation over the two-year period.

Inaccurate or incorrect or no calculation of the main ratios; significant mistakes are present in calculations throughout, or ratios may be missing from the calculation.

Inaccurate or incorrect calculation of the main ratios with significant mistakes in calculations; some ratios may be missing from the calculation.

Satisfactory calculation of the main ratios; some mistakes may be present in the calculations; some ratios may be missing from the calculation.

Sound or good calculation of the main ratios; some insignificant errors may be present in calculations; most of the ratios are calculated over the two-year period.

Very good calculation of the main ratios; no significant errors are present in calculations; mostly all ratios are calculated over the two- year period.

Excellent calculation and presentation of the main ratios; no significant errors are present in calculations; all ratios are calculated correctly over the two- year period.

Outstanding calculation and presentation of the main ratios; no errors are present in calculations; all ratios are calculated correctly over the two-year period.

Task 2 (c) (LO4) 30%

This should include:

  • Level of analysis and discussion of the results from the calculation of the ratios in relation to company performance between the two years, including the possible causes, reasons and effects for the changes in the ratios.

 

  • Level of discussion on the company’s performance from an investor perspective.

 

 

The work demonstrates poor or no analysis and discussion of the results from the calculation of the ratios in relation to company performance between the two years, including the possible causes, reasons and effects for the changes in the ratios; there could be significant gaps in the discussion.

There is poor or no discussion on the company’s performance from an investor perspective; there could be significant gaps in the discussion.

 

 

The work demonstrates weak or very weak analysis and discussion of the results from the calculation of the ratios in relation to company performance between the two years, including the possible causes, reasons and effects for the changes in the ratios; significant aspects may be missing from the discussion.

 

There is weak or very weak discussion on the company’s performance from an investor perspective; significant aspects may be missing from the discussion.

 

 

The work demonstrates satisfactory analysis and discussion of the results from the calculation of the ratios in relation to company performance between the two years, including the possible causes, reasons and effects for the changes in the ratios; however, some aspects may be missing from the discussion.

 

There is satisfactory discussion on the company’s performance from an investor perspective; however, some aspects may be missing from the discussion.

The work demonstrates sound/ good analysis and discussion of the results from the calculation of the ratios in relation to company performance between the two years, including the possible causes, reasons and effects for the changes in the ratios; some insignificant aspects may be missing from the discussion.

 

There is sound or good discussion on the company’s performance from an investor perspective; some insignificant aspects may be missing from the discussion.

 

 

The work demonstrates very good analysis and discussion of the results from the calculation of the ratios in relation to company performance between the two years, including the possible causes, reasons and effects for the changes in the ratios; no significant aspects are missing from the discussion.

 

There is very good discussion on the company’s performance from an investor perspective; no significant aspects are missing from the discussion.

 

 

The work demonstrates excellent analysis and discussion of the results from the calculation of the ratios in relation to company performance between the two years, including the possible causes, reasons and effects for the changes in the ratios.

 

There is excellent discussion on the company’s performance from an investor perspective.

 

 

The work demonstrates outstanding analysis and discussion of the results from the calculation of the ratios in relation to company performance between the two years, including the possible causes, reasons and effects for the changes in the ratios.

There is outstanding discussion on the company’s performance from an investor perspective.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Structure and Presentation 10%

This should include evidence of:

  • Structure and presentation of the work, including introduction and conclusion
  • Clarity of expression and written communication
  • Quality and relevance of sources
  • Referencing style

 

LOs are not met. The work is far too short. Very poor or unclear structure and presentation; not in a Report format; missing conclusion or introduction.

 

Poor expression and written communication

There is very limited range of relevant and appropriate scholarly sources or no recent research.

 

Poor referencing style; does not conform to Harvard style.

 

LOs are not fully met. The work is too short. Poor or unclear structure and presentation; possibly missing or poor conclusion or introduction.

 

Weak or very weak expression and written communication

 

There is very limited range of relevant and appropriate scholarly sources or very limited/ no recent research.

 

Poor referencing style; does not conform to Harvard style.

Satisfactory attempt overall. LOs are met. However, the work may be a little short; conclusion and introduction could do with some improvement.

 

Satisfactory structure and presentation; conclusion and introduction may need improvement.

 

Satisfactory expression and written communication, but there could be some issues with academic writing.

There is satisfactory range of relevant and appropriate scholarly sources and some recent research.

 

Referencing style conforms to Harvard style, but there could be some errors in Harvard referencing style.

 

Sound or good attempt overall. LOs are met; word count is generally met; conclusion and introduction are good.

 

Well-structured report and good presentation; conclusion and introduction.

 

Clear expression and written communication, but there could be some small issues with academic writing.

 

There is a sound or good range of relevant and appropriate scholarly sources and some recent research.

 

Referencing style conforms to Harvard style, but there could be some small errors in Harvard referencing style

 

Very good attempt overall. LOs are met; word count is appropriate; conclusion and introduction are very good.

 

Very well-structured report and very good presentation; conclusion and introduction are very good.

Clear expression and written communication, no major issues with academic writing.

 

There is a very good range of relevant and appropriate scholarly sources, and the work is informed by recent research.

Referencing style conforms to Harvard style.

 

Excellent attempt overall. LOs are met; word count is appropriate; conclusion and introduction are excellent.

 

Excellent report structure, presentation; conclusion and introduction.

Very clear expression and written communication, no issues with academic writing.

 

There is an excellent range of relevant and appropriate scholarly sources, and the work is informed by recent research.

 

Referencing style fully conforms to Harvard style.

Outstanding attempt overall. LOs are met; word count is appropriate; conclusion and introduction are outstanding.

Outstanding report structure, presentation; conclusion and introduction.

 

Very clear expression and written communication, no issues with academic writing.

 

There is an outstanding range of relevant and appropriate scholarly sources, and the work is informed by recent research.

Referencing style fully conforms to Harvard style.

Example Answer (Plagiarised, Do Not Copy)

Report on the Importance of Accounting and Finance Functions at Central Asia Metals (CAML) plc

Introduction

Central Asia Metals (CAML) plc, a prominent base metals producer listed on the AIM market of the London Stock Exchange, operates in Kazakhstan and North Macedonia. With a successful IPO in 2010 and a strategic acquisition in 2017, the company is poised for further expansion. As CAML plc plans to build a new extraction plant in Uzbekistan, raising approximately £120 million, the importance of robust accounting and finance functions cannot be overstated. This report outlines the critical roles and duties of these functions within CAML plc, emphasizing their significance in both reporting and decision-making processes.

Importance of Accounting and Finance Functions

The accounting and finance functions are integral to the efficient operation and strategic planning of CAML plc. These functions encompass various responsibilities, including financial reporting, budgeting, cost management, financial analysis, and compliance with regulatory requirements. Their primary importance lies in ensuring the accuracy of financial information, supporting informed decision-making, and maintaining the financial health of the company.

Roles and Duties within CAML plc

Financial Reporting

Financial reporting is a cornerstone of the accounting function, providing stakeholders with a transparent view of the company’s financial performance and position. Key roles include:

  • Preparation of Financial Statements: Accurate preparation of income statements, balance sheets, and cash flow statements is essential. These statements offer insights into CAML’s profitability, liquidity, and overall financial stability.
  • Compliance and Auditing: Ensuring compliance with International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) and conducting regular audits to validate the accuracy and integrity of financial data. For example, the financial reports detailing the performance of the Kounrad recovery plant and Sasa mine acquisitions demonstrate the company’s adherence to these standards.
  • Quarterly and Annual Reporting: Timely publication of quarterly and annual reports keeps investors informed about the company’s progress and financial health, fostering trust and confidence.
Budgeting and Forecasting

Budgeting and forecasting are vital for strategic planning and resource allocation. Roles include:

  • Budget Preparation: Developing annual budgets that align with CAML’s strategic goals. This includes forecasting revenues and expenses for the new Uzbekistan plant and integrating these projections into the overall financial plan.
  • Variance Analysis: Monitoring actual performance against budgeted figures to identify variances, understand their causes, and implement corrective actions. This is crucial for maintaining control over project costs and timelines.
  • Capital Allocation: Assessing the financial feasibility of new projects, such as the Uzbekistan plant, and ensuring optimal allocation of resources to maximize returns.
Cost Management

Effective cost management ensures the company remains competitive and profitable. Duties include:

  • Cost Analysis: Evaluating the cost structure of existing operations and new projects. For instance, analyzing the cost-efficiency of the Kounrad recovery plant and the Sasa mine provides insights for optimizing the Uzbekistan plant’s design and operations.
  • Expense Control: Implementing measures to control and reduce unnecessary expenses, enhancing overall profitability.
  • Supply Chain Management: Coordinating with procurement and supply chain teams to manage costs related to raw materials, equipment, and other operational inputs.
Financial Analysis and Decision-Making

Financial analysis supports strategic decision-making by providing actionable insights. Roles include:

  • Investment Appraisal: Evaluating potential investments, including the new Uzbekistan plant, through techniques such as Net Present Value (NPV), Internal Rate of Return (IRR), and payback period analysis. This ensures that only projects with favorable returns are undertaken.
  • Risk Management: Identifying and mitigating financial risks associated with currency fluctuations, commodity prices, and geopolitical factors. For example, assessing the impact of currency risk on revenues generated from Kazakhstan and North Macedonia.
  • Performance Metrics: Developing and monitoring key performance indicators (KPIs) to track the company’s financial and operational performance. KPIs might include operating margin, return on assets, and production efficiency metrics.
Regulatory Compliance and Governance

Adherence to regulatory requirements and corporate governance standards is crucial for maintaining the company’s reputation and avoiding legal issues. Responsibilities include:

  • Regulatory Reporting: Ensuring timely and accurate submission of regulatory filings and reports.
  • Corporate Governance: Upholding high standards of corporate governance, including transparency, accountability, and ethical conduct.

Examples within CAML plc

  1. Kounrad Recovery Plant: The accounting and finance team played a crucial role in budgeting and forecasting the project’s costs, ensuring funds were appropriately allocated, and monitoring expenses to keep the project within budget.
  2. Sasa Mine Acquisition: The financial analysis and due diligence conducted during the acquisition process ensured that the £315 million investment was sound and aligned with CAML’s strategic objectives. Post-acquisition, the finance team’s role in integrating the mine’s operations and financial reporting was pivotal.

The accounting and finance functions are fundamental to the success and sustainability of Central Asia Metals (CAML) plc. As the company embarks on its ambitious expansion into Uzbekistan, these functions will be instrumental in ensuring accurate financial reporting, strategic budgeting, effective cost management, and sound decision-making. By maintaining rigorous standards and leveraging financial insights, CAML plc can confidently navigate its growth trajectory and continue to deliver value to its stakeholders.

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