Computing financial ratios of the company you have been assigned, and the closest corresponding..
PDR-241759 MetLife Financial Analysis and Ratios Details: 1. Computing financial ratios (for the most recently available 3 years, all from the 10-K statements) of the company you have been assigned, and the closest corresponding three years for a competitor. I have assigned the company and the competitor for each group (see the end of this message). 2. Writing a report which analyzes and interprets these ratios for your company, with a final recommendation on buy, hold or sell the company’s stock. In the report, your final recommendation is the LEAST important item, but it completes the report. 3. Presenting your findings in the last class. Grading Criteria • Executive summary: 15 Points • Ratio computations: 10 Points • Ratio analysis and interpretation: 5 Points • Good writing without spelling and grammatical errors: 5 Points • Report has a table of contents, Introduction and Conclusion, pages are numbered, and has a list of references: 5 Points • Presentation: 10 Points Participation credit (see below): 5 points http://jmp.sh/EyGa0Db http://jmp.sh/vXw9a88 Please compare MetLife to American International Group (AIG). MetLife is the primary company. Below are some other options. I am flexible with the compared companies. I do apologize for the miscommunication. Company Name Market Capitalization Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.A) $308 billion China Life Insurance (LFC) $80 billion Allianz (AZSEY) $76.8 billion American International Group (AIG) $72.3 billion Ping An of China (PNGAY) $65.6 billion MetLife (MET) $59.4 billion AXA (AXA) $57.8 billion AIA Group Hong Kong (AAIGF) $54.4 billion ING Groep (ING) $54.4 billion Zurich Insurance (ZURVY) $45.4 Billion (Source: Thompson Reuters) Read more: Top 10 Insurance Companies By The Metrics http://www.investopedia.com/articles/active-trading/111314/top-10-insurance- companies-metrics.asp#ixzz3mbAglWdh Follow us: Investopedia on Facebook 7 pages, 5 APA