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Computing the Value and Cost of a Flexible Capital Structure 21 The trouble with this notion is that at optimal levels of debt and equity, a company may not have the financial flexibility it needs. That is, it may not have quick access to financial reserves (such as cash or debt capacity) to respond to market or economic forces. For instance, if a new market opportunity arises, a company needs cash reserves to be able to move into the market before its competitors. Similarly, a company may not be able to fund efforts to prevent it from being a takeover target.
Stage 3: Improving the Process 7. Are we using fixed assets fully? Slow-moving bureaucratic procedures or mediocre tracking of fixed assets will inflate the capital budget. How? Say a company is slow to compile information about computers that it is disconnecting and relocating. Because these appear slowly on the excess capacity list, managers will buy new computers to meet their needs, even though the company’s current computer assets make the purchases unnecessary. Recommendation: In this situation, controllers may have to visit their company’s paper trails—not just its extra capacity lists—to see if fixed assets are tracked and recycled, avoiding needless capital spending.
Business cycle, commodity prices, foreign exchange, and interest rates) should be assessed using sensitivity/scenario (what-if) analysis. As for implementation risk, companies need to examine whether they are well equipped to deliver the projects. Consider all stakeholders. The capital planning process should address the wants and needs of multiple stakeholders, not just those of shareholders. Use nonfinancial measures. Factors such as customer satisfaction, employee attrition, and market share should be used along with traditional financial factors to support proposals.
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