Assessment of Bata (Bd)

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Chapter – 1

1.1 Introduction of the Company:

Bata Bangladesh is affiliated to the Bata Shoe Organization, the world's largest footwear manufacturing and marketing organization. Started operation in Bangladesh in 1962, Incorporation in Bangladesh in 1972.

Currently, Bata Bangladesh operates 2 manufacturing plant Tongi and Dhamrai, Bata Bangladesh is producing around 110,000 pairs of shoes daily. It has a modern tannery with the latest technological facilities to process 5 million square feet of leather yearly. The Tannery is equipped with a high-tech effluent treatment plant ensuring a pollution free environment for both workers and locality where we operate. Bata Bangladesh sells all kinds of footwear which are classified in alignment with market sectors as follows:

Domestic market – under the trademarks of “Bata”, “Power”, “Weinbrenner” “Bubble gummers”, “North Star” and “Marie Claire”, through a countywide distribution network comprising retail stores, DSPs and independent dealers.

Overseas market – under the trademarks of its customers, and also markets its own brands to sister companies and the Middle East.

1.2 Problem Identification:

Our concern issue is to identify whether the company is performing better or not through analyzing book value and market value of the company from the year 2005 to 2009.

Book Value per Share is the accounting value of a share, equal to common equity divided by the number of shares outstanding.

Market value is current price of the stock. If the profitability, liquidity, asset and debt management is good market value will probably be as high as can be expected.

From the analysis of five years data we will try to find out the problems and reasons of changes in the Market value of from the price of Tk. 148.90 per share at the end of 2005, to Tk.528.30 at the end of 2009. Initially the book value of the…...

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