Purpose of the
assessment (with ULO
This assignment aims at developing a clear understanding of students on the different
sources a company can use to raise its funds. Students will perform a comparative
analysis of sources of fund used by two selected companies for a three years period.
They will identify the movement in the sources of fund used by the two companies.
Students will also need to demonstrate a clear understanding of different classifications
of entities for reporting purposes.
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