MY LATEST WORK WITH NRGI: The International EITI board approved a new Standard for reporting by EITI implementing countries at its annual board meeting held in Sydney in May 2013.
Mongolia’s EITI (MEITI) reporting process for fiscal year 2012 started in March 2013, before the introduction of the new Standard. The government report was finalized in September and the reconciliation report in December 2013. On the purpose of designing further improvements into MEITI, an assessment of the gaps between the current reporting practices and the new standard requirements needs to be done.
Also we have witnessed significant changes in extractive industry policy environment in Mongolia since 2013 . For instance, the new investment law, which replaced former law on foreign investment regulation in strategic industries (including mining), was passed by parliament in September 2013 and the state policy on extractive industries has come into force since January 2014. And it is necessary to assess those changes in policy environment from the view of transparency matters.
Acknowledging the need for an assessment of the gaps between MEITI’s current reporting in the 2012 report and what is required by the new Standard that also takes into consideration of the specificities of the Mongolian extractive sector, NRGI produced this gap assessment report with assistance of a local expert. (Batpurev A.)
Link to full report; Mongolia EITI gap assessment 2012
Examination and discussion on International portfolio allocation and currency management of Magellan Flagship Fund
Another student assignment, worth spreading for ideas and advices.
Link to report FINC6013 Assignment report 1.0
This report provide examination and discussions on international portfolio allocation and multicurrency management decisions of the Magellan Flagship Fund (MFF), an ASX listed investment company. We mainly use Multicurrency performance attribution approach –a modification of a performance attribution approach by Brinson and Fachler. There are five main aspects in method that we have used to examine asset allocation and currency risk exposure; (i) Security selection effect, (ii) Market allocation effect, (iii) Currency management effect, (iv) Forward premium effect and (v) Interaction effect.
This is actually a students assignment. But I think it could be useful to anyone interested in Coca Cola. Coca-Cola Amatil (ASX: CCL) is the one of the biggest non-alcoholic beverage companies in the Asia- Pacific region and listed in Australian Securities Exchange. The company operates and manufactures in Australia, New Zealand, Indonesia, and PNG with a variety of product lines and brands (Coca-Cola Amatil 2013).
The purpose of this report is to value the CCL and provide the 12-month rating. We provide a “HOLD” recommendation for investors with $13.4 target price, whereby a profound evaluation of company performance under current industry and economic circumstances.
economic background, industry environment and SWOT analysis are conducted to make key assumptions in forecasting the future performance of company. With that valuable information, pro-forma statement for 5 years is modelled using sales driven model and developed by reflecting the inside operating and financial condition. To determine the short to medium and terminal growth rate, several variables are considered including real economic, population, generic growth, risks, and operating performance in 4 countries. To assess the CCL’s value comparing to peer companies, 3 companies are selected based on industry sector and financial performance, and appropriate multiples are used. Lastly, sensitivity and scenario analysis are used to examine which variables affect on terminal growth and WACC of CCL and how variable changes the company’s value within 4 scenario cases.
See full report here FINC6021GroupAssignment2013S1