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In this paper, you are supposed to act as Development Manager and prepare a report you must provide an evaluation of operational and regulatory factors to be considered. You are asked to estimate the income and expenditure projections for the first 4 years. Furthermore, conduct evaluation of the financial worth of the current proposal and an alternative evaluation. Finally, you must present detailed and fully evaluated conclusions and recommendations.
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As the recently appointed Development Manager you have been asked to prepare detailed report for the board covering:
a) An evaluation of operational and regulatory factors to be considered by the board 25% This requires research into the relevant environment and application of operations management theory.
b) Estimate the Income and Expenditure projections for the first 4 years incorporating any operational and regulatory costs you feel the proposal may be missing. 15% This requires identification and evaluation of alternative sources of finance.
c) A critical evaluation of the financial worth of the current proposal AND an alternative evaluation including all costs and revenues you deem to be appropriate. 40% Contribution analysis, breakeven, payback, ARR and NPV should be applied to the case materials alongside your critical challenge to the proposal with associated re-modeling of financial plans. Critical evaluation is as important as the technical analysis.
d) A detailed and fully evaluated conclusion with clear recommendations for the board to consider 10%