vjmmd1

## Question on Interest Coverage.

Assume you are a banker advising a client with a Debt/Equity ratio of 5x. The client's interest coverage is 1.3x and they are expecting a 10% decrease in operating income next year. Their current inte...
Mar 11 2013 04:57 PM
Rohit

## How to raise money using Debt

in quiz. 3rd question- sir if 50 million is debt, interest will be 25 mn; so total amount to be paid is 75 mn. ROI is 180 mn. so 180 - 75 = 105 (profit). ROI should be 10%, investment is of 100 mn, s...
Mar 11 2013 01:03 PM
kungwanimayank

## Assume you are a banker advising a client with a Debt/Equity ratio of 5x. The client's interest coverage is 1.3x and they are expecting a 10% decrease

I need a step by step calculation for this question....
Mar 21 2013 04:44 PM
vgeorgee

## sir what is the indian equivalent of a 10yr federal note in usa?

Mar 20 2013 07:31 PM
Dipanjan

## If you took \$20 million as debt to fund a \$200 million project. Assuming 10% interest on the debt and returns of \$500 million in 5 years. What is your ROI?

Answer should be 161% not 61%...
Mar 25 2013 12:49 PM
dipali.vitkar

## plz explain me how to calculated debt in 3rd question of quiz of debt ratio and ratings

Mar 31 2013 11:22 AM
sulandy12

## What is debt financing?

Please can explain in detail what is debt financing and its benefits to an organization...
Apr 08 2013 05:21 PM
Manish

## Raising Debt

can you please solve this numerical ? Assume that a project's expected return is \$180 million in 5 years for an initial investment of \$100 million? How much debt should this project take to get a 10...
Apr 15 2013 05:29 PM
anshu

## lesson:how to raise money using debt

Assume that a project's expected return is \$180 million in 5 years for an initial investment of \$100 million? How much debt should this project take to get a 10% ROI after debt payback? Assume 10% int...
Apr 14 2013 08:09 PM
Anirban

## The answer supposed to come 261% how 161% is coming as ROI

If you took \$20 million as debt to fund a \$200 million project. Assuming 10% interest on the debt and returns of \$500 million in 5 years. What is your ROI? ...
May 27 2013 04:41 PM