I have bought the Astranti Case Study Analysis including the Strategic Analysis of the Case plus the Top 10 Likely issues to come in the Exam. My question is there any benefit in purchasing the material from the master class as these resources appear to exhaust the whole case.
Those who have bought or attended the Masterclass please assist with any comments you might have
Hi there After reading questions from March Case study I felt a bit uncomfortable because one of the questions was relating to WACC (btw asking a whole question about a new part of the syllabus to the first students attempting the CS under the new syllabus is legitimate, but are examiners maybe a bit sadistic sometimes?). We've been told that we need to know the theory but not the technical details, well 1/4 of the exam based on a small paragraph says the contrary. So my question is: how likely is that we will be asked to face this kind of F2 technical question? I've been thinking about some possible outcomes: - foreign currency operations - related parties disclosure - group accounting (subsidiaries or associates, but I haven't spent too much time on piecemeal acq, D-shaped and the most complex group accounting topics) - equity vs debt as a source of finance - P/E ratio (as it is included in the pre-seen).
Am I missing anything really important to revise? Any suggestions? Of course anything could come up but I need to focus my revision on certain topics as I can't remember all 3 syllabus in detail!
Based on my analysis so far of the case I do note see any relevance of WACC, however the key Issue i believe will be centered on: 1. Benchmarking with SeaLode to ensure (Profitability Analysis - So requirement knowledge on all Profitability ratios is critical) 2. Industrial Analysis utilization of PESTEL, SWOT, 5 Forces Etc linking it to E2, P2, F2 3. RISK Profile - P2 issues 4. Ethics & Corporate Governance