Financial Report Presentation

Prepared for:

[Client.Company]

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Prepared by:

[Sender.FirstName][Sender.LastName][Sender.Title][Sender.Company]

1.

Executive summary

Revenue over time

6.

Balance sheet

11.

Financial

metrics

2.

Revenue over Customer

​Segments

7.

12.

Cash flow

3.

Financial

results

8.

Revenue by key products

13.

P&L (Profit

and Loss)

4.

Financial analysis

9.

Revenue by region

14.

Expenses

5.

Revenue

and profit

10.

Revenue

analysis

15.

Summary

Table of Contents

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Executive summary

Add your executive summary here with financial goals, market analysis, and a preview

of the data that this presentation is going

to cover.

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Financial metrics

Including financial metrics in your presentation will give the report credibility

and help everyone visualize the underlying data.

Metrics to include:

  • EPS

Earnings per share.

  • EBITDA

Earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization.

  • Operating income

Revenue minus operating expenses.

  • Profit margins

Net income divided by revenue.

  • Net income

Operating income minus non-operating expenses.

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Financial results

Present financial outcomes (both positive and negative) on a weekly, monthly, quarterly, or annual basis.

Gross Profit Margin

Net Profit Margin

Working Capital

Current Ratio

Quick Ratio

Leverage

Debt-to-Equity Ratio

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Financial analysis

Financial analysis helps you spot trends, set policies, and create long-term plans for your business.

Growth Ratios

2016

2015

Activity Ratios

2016

2015

Sales Growth

25.0%

5.8%

Receivable Turnover

2.2

2.1

Income Growth

24.6%

-1.1%

Inventory Turnover

1.4

1.9

Asset Growth

24.6%

-1.1%

Fixed Asset Turnover

0.6

0.7

Profitability Ratios

2016

2015

Liquidity Ratios

2016

2015

Profit Margin

46.6%

46.8%

Current Ratio

3.44

3.26

Return on Assets

46.6%

46.8%

Quick Ratio

2.31

2.47

Return on Equility

62.1%

81.8%

Solvency Ratios

2016

2015

Dividened Payout Ratio

5.3%

6.7%

Debt to Total Assets

0.28

0.42

Price Earnings Ratio

31.4%

27.4%

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Revenue and profit

Add your revenue and profit data to give shareholders a clear picture of gross margins for the business.

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Your revenue

Your profit

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Revenue over time

Add your revenue over time (on a monthly, quarterly, and/or annual basis) to show how fast your company is growing.

1,1

1,9

2,4

3,1

4,1

4,8

5,8

7,0

8,1

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2014

2015

2016

2017

2018

2019

2020

2021

2022

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Revenue over customer segments

Present revenue for each customer segment to identify the highest-value groups.

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Segments

Revenue

Revenue by key products

Segment revenue by your key products to identify the highest-grossing offerings of your business.

Key Product

Revenue

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Revenue by region

Split revenue up by region to see which regions are performing best and which regions may need additional expansion efforts and support.

Segments

Revenue

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Revenue analysis

Add revenue analysis to see if sales growth is in line with forecasts and goals.

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Period

Revenue Achieved

Revenue Planned

Goal Success, %

Q1

Q2

Q3

Q4

Balance sheet

Add your company's balance sheet with its total assets and liabilities.

Assets

Amount

Liabilities and owners equity

Amount

Current Assets

Current Liabilities

Cash

100

Accounts Payable

300

Account Receivable

120

Accrued Expenses

200

Inventory

130

Short-Term Debt

100

Sundry Debtors

250

Total Current Liabilities

600

Total Current Assets

250

Long-Term Liabilities

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Cash flow

Add your company's cash flow — the total amount of money moving in and out of your business.

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Cash Outflow

Expense

Current Period

$ 70 000

Year 1

$ 10 000

Year 2

10 000

Year 3

10 000

Year 4

10 000

Year 5

10 000

Year 6

10 000

Year 7

10 000

Total

$ 70 000

$ 70 000

P&L (Profit and Loss)

Summarize the revenue, costs, and expenses for the period covered in your financial report.

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$ 70 000

$ 10 000

$ 10 000

Revenue

Cost

Expenses

Expenses

Add your company's financial expenses.

Example expenses:

  • Fixed expenses such as utility bills, insurance, and office space rent

  • Variable expenses like production and labor

  • Intermittent expenses like tax repayments or repair costs

  • Discretionary expenses such as event hosting and software subscriptions

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Summary

Highlight the key elements of your report such as the percentage of revenue growth, the degree to which profit margins have improved, or the rise in operating income as a result of reducing costs.

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