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Are you looking for Business & Bank Loan Purpose Project Report Preparation Consultant? We Provide Project Report and CMA Report/Data Preparation Services Across India. We are serving Credit Monitoring Analysis (CMA) Report for Bank Business Loan, Startup Loan, MUDRA Loan, Small Finance etc.

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Credit Monitoring Arrangement (CMA) Report

CMA Report is Short form of Credit Monitoring Arrangement/Analysis Report. Generally there are two types of estimated financial report for baking institution, Project Report and CMA Report. CMA Report Used for Entities who is having sufficient Past/history record of financials. Credit Monitoring Arrangement (CMA Data), often referred to as the financial “lifeline” for lending institutions, plays a pivotal role in evaluating a company’s financial stability prior to granting loans. The Reserve Bank of India has laid down strict mandates, requiring all banks to diligently prepare CMA reports when dealing with substantial borrowers. This means that CMA data isn’t just another piece of paperwork; it’s an essential prerequisite for various forms of loans, including project loans, term loans, and working capital limits. In essence, CMA data serves as a financial compass, guiding banks through the lending process and helping them make well-informed decisions that safeguard their interests. Mainly CMA Reports are prepared for Bank and Financial Institutions. Thus, Connect with us for CMA & Project Report Preparation Consultant Requirement.

Project Report

Project Report is a prediction of Business parameter in forceable future. Its Projection based on assumptions and estimations of business. Usage of Project report is not only for Financial Assistance rather it can be used for broader prospect of business like Projection for self analysis, investor presentations, government and tender presentations etc. Project Report for Bank Loan is suitable for Newly Formed entities who is not having long past history of financials.

Elements of Project Report & CMA Report

Following Elements, Data and Details are main part of Project Report and CMA Reports

  1. Brief About Business Activities
  2. Details of Owner/Directors/Shareholders
  3. Organization Hierarchy – Roles and Responsibility
  4. License and Approvals of Governments
  5. Financial Assistance Required – Estimation of Fund Required
  6. Purpose of Loan and Means of Finance
  7. Estimated 3-5 Years Profit & Loss Account (ie. Sales, Income, Expense)
  8. Estimated 3-5 Years Balance Sheet (ie. Capital, Liabilities, Assets, Investments)
  9. Cash Flow Statement
  10. Operational Ratios, Capital Ratio, Liquid Ratios
  11. Repayment of Loan Schedule
  12. Estimation of maximum Permissible Bank Finance Based on Working Capital Method (CMA)
  13. Other Relevant points of CMA

Documents Required for Project Report or CMA

Mainly We need following documents for CMA Report or Project Report Preparation

  1. Business Registration Proofs
  2. Owner/Director/Shareholder PAN and Address
  3. Business Activities
  4. Website and brochure for general business idea
  5. Previous Years Audit Report (if available)
  6. Previous 1-2 Years Balance Sheet and Profit & Loss Account
  7. Income Tax Return of Last year
  8. fund Requirement Details

What are the Main Ratio for Analysis of Project Report & CMA Report

In a Credit Monitoring Arrangement (CMA) data report and a Project Report for bank analysis, various financial measurements and signs are used to check the financial health and viability of a project or business. Here are some of the main indicators commonly looked at:

  • Current Ratio: This ratio checks a company’s near-term financial health by dividing current assets by current liabilities. It gauges the ability to cover short-term bills.

  • Quick Ratio (Acid-Test Ratio): Similar to the current ratio but excludes inventory. It gives a more cautious view of available funds.

  • Debt Equity Ratio: This ratio shows how much of the capital structure is composed of debt compared to equity, highlighting financial leverage and risk.

  • Debt Service Coverage Ratio (DSCR): DSCR assesses a business’s capacity to manage its debt obligations. It’s calculated by comparing earnings before interest and taxes (EBIT) to debt interest and principal payments.

  • Return on Investment (ROI): ROI gauges the profitability of a project or investment by comparing gains or losses to the initial investment cost.

  • Return on Equity (ROE): ROE evaluates the return generated for the shareholders’ equity investment in the business.

  • Gross Profit Margin: This ratio indicates the percentage of revenue retained as gross profit after subtracting the cost of goods sold.

  • Net Profit Margin: It measures the percentage of revenue retained as net profit after all expenses, including interest and taxes.

  • Operating Profit Margin: It evaluates the profitability of the core business operations, excluding non-operating income and expenses.

  • Inventory Turnover Ratio: This ratio indicates how efficiently a company manages its inventory by dividing the cost of goods sold by the average inventory.

  • Receivables Turnover Ratio: This ratio assesses how quickly a company collects its accounts receivable by dividing total credit sales by average accounts receivable.

  • Fixed Asset Turnover Ratio: It measures how efficiently a company utilizes its fixed assets to generate revenue, calculated by dividing total revenue by the net book value of fixed assets.

  • Working Capital Turnover Ratio: This ratio assesses how effectively a company utilizes its working capital to generate sales and is calculated by dividing total revenue by working capital.

  • Payback Period: It indicates the time required for a project to recover its initial investment from the cash inflows generated.

  • Discounted Cash Flow (DCF) Analysis: Evaluates the present value of future cash flows to determine the project’s feasibility.

  • Break-Even Analysis: Determines the sales level at which a project or business neither makes a profit nor incurs a loss.

Project (CMA) Report Consultant Near you

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What is the Process of Obtaining Project Report Service?

Step 1 – Make Inquiry for Project Report or CMA for Loan (Via WhatsApp – Email – Call etc).

Step 2 – Send us Required Documents as Stated above for CMA Preparation

Step 3 – Get Report ready Instantly in One Day

Project Report CMA Preparation Consultant Charges

Project Report Charges (For Bank Loan) – Rs. 8000/-

CMA Report Charges – Rs. 12,000/-