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can i please know if a person is going a project in a company what topic/ area is preferable in finance and is in demand in present scenario
From India , Kochi
Shweta--Thanks for the question...although your question is not explicit, nonetheless I have made an attempt to do justice to the same. My first assumption would be that you are currently doing your MBA in Finance. Hence, going by that assumption, I have listed down the possible areas that you could look at for the project....

a) Valuation of Shares/ Bonds with equity broking firm

b) Business research projects relating to M&A, financial analysis of companies and industry (sector research)

c) Project Finance- Working on intrecacies of project finance involving current practices / trends, financial projections for future cashflows, evolving optimal capital structure, legal and regulatory compliances.

d) Cost And Profitability Analysis-- This would involve analsying costs and profitability across products, regions and business units.

e) Working capital financing- if you are doing this assignment with a company, this would involve thorough understanding of working capital management practices of that company, its accounting & financial policies, reasons of raising working capital finance. If you are doing this project with banks, your key focus would be to understand critical working capital ratios of companies along with cashflows (especially short term or operating cash flows), different regulations governing working capital financing across sectors.

f) other potential areas would be mutual fund analysis, portfolio analysis and management, etc.

The list would be endless. It would be more appropriate if decide your area of interest which would help you focus on the project that you are intending to undertake. Hope the above helps...please feel free to ask questions.!!

From India , Mumbai
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