University of Regina Club: Financial Statement Analysis
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The University Club at the University of Regina was in financial distress. The club had been losing money for several years and was being subsidized by the University of Regina. However, due to budget cuts by the Saskatchewan government, the university was no longer in a position to subsidize the operations of the club. The board of the club had to make some tough decisions at this time. Could the club exist without university subsidy? Should the board increase membership fees, increase the number of members, or simply close the club? To make an informed decision they needed to perform a detailed analysis of the financial statements. An accounting professor, who had recently joined the club’s board, suggested performing ratio analysis to assess the problem areas.
This course is best suited for introductory financial accounting and finance courses at the undergraduate or graduate levels. After completion of this case, students will be able to
- perform a financial ratio analysis and analyze financial statements;
- calculate and interpret several financial ratios;
- use these tools effectively in business decision-making; and
- appreciate the difficulty of laying off long-serving employees and severing long-term relationships with clients.
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Canada, Small, 2017
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