Evaluation of Ayala Lands Corporations Through Financial Ratio Analysis Essay

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A Group Final Output
Presented to the Faculty of the
Department of Business and Management
College of Management and Economics of the
Visayas State University


In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements in
MGMT 143: Financial Management


Submitted by:
Abanes, Roselyn M.

Bayno, Kenneth L.

Darbe, Niña Jean M.

Garde, Fatima Grace B.

Owite, Iris C.

Quillo, Julie C.

GROUP I (Write your Group Number)
(Names of Members in Alphabetical Order with Family Names First,
Followed by the First Name, then Middle
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- The report provides detailed financial ratios for the past five years as well as interim ratios for the last four quarters.
- Financial ratios include profitability, margins and returns, liquidity and leverage, financial position and efficiency ratios.

CHAPTER II: INDUSTRY PROFILE A. Nature of the Industry where the Company belongs
After three years of talks, the University of the Philippines (UP) has finally approved Ayala Land, Inc.’s bid to convert a 37.5-hectare idle property owned by the school in Quezon City into a science and technology (S&T) Park. The development, to be named the North S&T Park, will rise on the 98-hectare UP-Diliman property along Commonwealth Avenue. Ayala Land is set to start the construction of a 20,000-square meter facility late this year. The exact investment for the first building was not disclosed. Tenants for the first building will include companies in information technology (IT) software development and business process outsourcing Some of the tenants will be companies from the nearby five-hectare Technology Business Incubator (TBI) site looking at expanding. The incubation site is a joint project between UP and the Ayala Foundation, Inc. The PEZA Board last year approved IT economic zone status for 26 hectares of