Essay about Due Diligence Report Stork Bv

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Page of contents
Executive summary 1.0 Overview.......................................................................................................... 2.0 Stork B.V Group Structure 3.0 Market position 4.1 Boston matrix 4.2 Ansoff matrix 4.3 Competition 4.4 Main customers 4.5 Competences

4.0 Management
4.1 Risk management and control 5.0 Technology and development 6.0 Financial analysis 7.6 Limitations of ratios 7.7 Risks for Stork B.V 7.0 Conclusion 8.0 Bibliography

Appendices
Appendix 1: SWOT analysis
Appendix 2: CV of V
Appendix 3: Ratios 2008
Appendix 4: Table of ratios 2008&2007

Executive summary
The agenda of this due diligence
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As we can see Aerospace is in a STAR category which means that it is a very attractive market with a high market share. Therefore, meaning less risk for the investors. Technical services bring the biggest part of the turnover to the company and fall into the category of the CASH FLOW. The latter is usually used to fund the “PROBLEM CHILD” of the same company, fortunately in the case of Stork B.V the management sold the food division, perhaps trying to avoid the risks and possible money losses.

3.2 Ansoff matrix OLD PRODUCTS NEW OLD
MARKET PENETRATIONTECHNICAL SERVICES
AEROSPACE
MARKETS | PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT | NEW
MARKET DEVELOPMENT | FOOD
DIVERSIFICATION |

Figure 2: designed by Egle Zeveliauskaite

Ansoff matrix focuses of different ways on how to increase the growth of the company depending on core areas of the focus (either market or product). In other words, some companies are market orientated, whilst others are product orientated. The main attributes that companies use in order to increase the growth of the company are: brand awareness and reputation building, approaching new markets and diversifying by selling and/ or producing new products.
In the case of Stork B.V technical services are the

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