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English translation: cash flow adequacy ratio (CFAR)

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Polish term or phrase:wskaznik ogolnej wystarcalnosci gotowki
English translation:cash flow adequacy ratio (CFAR)
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12:18 Jul 24, 2001
Polish to English translations [Non-PRO]
Bus/Financial
Polish term or phrase: wskaznik ogolnej wystarcalnosci gotowki
ocena efektywnosci kierunkow wykorzystania zasobow finansowych - raport bieglego rewidenta
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Cash flow adequacy ratio (CFAR)
Explanation:

Cash flow adequacy ratio (CFAR) =

Annual net free cash flow (NFCF)
--------------------------------
annual debt repayments

Where NFCF = EBITDA minus capital expenditure, interest, tax and preference dividends.

Where: EBITDA = Earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation

The significance of the ratio is as follows: the higher the CFAR, the more financial pressure the company is able to withstand before its financial stability and therefore its credit rating is eroded.

See examples in annual reports:
http://www.ctnbank.com.tw/volumn52_eng.htm
http://www.systex.com.tw/english/systex/report/financial.htm...

Hope it helps lucja


http://www.acca.co.uk/resources/publications/students_newsle...

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Cash flow adequacy ratio (CFAR)


Explanation:

Cash flow adequacy ratio (CFAR) =

Annual net free cash flow (NFCF)
--------------------------------
annual debt repayments

Where NFCF = EBITDA minus capital expenditure, interest, tax and preference dividends.

Where: EBITDA = Earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation

The significance of the ratio is as follows: the higher the CFAR, the more financial pressure the company is able to withstand before its financial stability and therefore its credit rating is eroded.

See examples in annual reports:
http://www.ctnbank.com.tw/volumn52_eng.htm
http://www.systex.com.tw/english/systex/report/financial.htm...

Hope it helps lucja


http://www.acca.co.uk/resources/publications/students_newsle...




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