Project #87633 - Credit and Lending Decisions

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An Analysis of Global Machinery and Metals Company and Smit, Thompson and Viguerie

[Sources: Hempel, Simonson and Coleman 1994:772 - 775 and Smit, Thompson and Viguerie (2005) "The do or die struggle for growth" Mckinsey and Company]

Develop logical and coherent responses to the questions raised below. The opinions or decisions that are presented should be supported by references to appropriate texts, articles, websites and current banking practice.

Deadline: 30 October 2015

Format Requirements

  • Typed and doubled spaced
  • Flow as a well documented coherent, committe Paper
  • Cite all Sources
  • Correct Formats for bibliography, footnotes and references
  • Executive Summary

Quality is the most appropriate determinant for the grade awarded but it is suggested that approximately 3000 words to be a suitable length.

Part A: Global Machinery and Metals Company 

Quality is the most appropriate determinant for the grade awarded but it is suggested that approximately 3000 words to be a suitable length.

1. Outline the mechanics of a letter of credit arrangement. Examine the bank's exposure to risk should it accept time drafts. In GNMC's case what additional collateral should Motor City National Bank then obtain?

 

2. Examine GMMC's financial statements and then conduct a financial ratios analysis. Does the firm have adequate collateral in receivables and inventory

 

3. GMMC is requesting increases in its lines of credit to meet its sales growth. Should Motor City National Bank approve it increases in both the line of credit and the letter of credit? What Special risks do you see in this situation.

  • To the Bank?
  • To the Company?

Part B: Smit, Thompson and Viguerie (2005) "The Do-or Die struggle for growth" Mckinsey and Company

Quality is the most appropriate determinant for the grade awarded but it is suggested that approximately 1500 words to be a suitable length.

The group paper should have an abstract

GMMC is seeking and increase in credit line to meet its sales growth. How can the views and analysis presented by Smit et al. (2014) be incorporated by GMMC's management to improve the probability of Motor City National Bank approving the credit line request?

 

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