Accounting Control and Financial Strategy: A Casebook by Andrew M. McCosh, Michael J. Earl

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Yet Mr Ward had allowed $1200 for the old car, which needed $200 repairs and could be sold retail for $ 1050 or wholesale for S9OO. Did this mean that the new car sale involved a loss? Mr Bradley was not at all sure he knew the answer to this question. Also, he was uncertain about the value he should pi ace on the used car for inventory valuation purposes. Bradley decided that he would put down a valuation of S12oo, and then await instructions from his superiors. When Marty Ziegel, manager of the used car department, found out what Mr Bradley had done, he went to the office and stated forcefully that he would not accept $ I 200 as the valuation of the used car.

The company had its origins in the early 1920S and from tin-shed beginnings it expanded by the tirre of the purehase in 1946 to a reasonable size and had gained a sound technical reputation. All the remnants of private family business management have now disappeared. However, despite the efforts of the parent company, and a number of recent executive appointments which have been group-inspired, the 'group image' is not well established. PRODUCTION AND PROGRESS The company is in the electro-platingjobbing industry, and this presents problems not met in a plating shop in a factory handling work produced in that factory alone.

It is proposed that certain existing long-term dollar borrowings amounting to S650m will be re-negotiated as 12 month borrowings guaranteed by the Bank of England. In addition, the Bank of England has offered certain assistance to enable the Company to deal with its sterling borrowings. Certain changes will be made in the management of the Company. Messrs. Peat, Marwick, Mitchell and Co. will be appointed to assist in the financial management of the Group. A full review of the tanker operations will be undertaken in the light of the independent investigation already commissioned by the Company early in December.

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