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What is CMA REPORT PREPARATION?
CMA Report stands for the Credit Monitoring Arrangement report. In this, past, present, and projected figures are placed in a defined format (prescribed by RBI) with all the necessary financial analysis and ratios. This helps Bankers and Financial Analysts to discover the financial health of a business. All Bankers request all loan applicants to plan and present a realistic CMA report to understand the application and flow of funds in a business. Since the CMA report is prepared based on different assumptions, the assumptions used must be realistic and reasonable.
CMA Report is essentially an evaluation of the Working Capital Needs of a business. Bankers take into account various elements while funding the working capital needs. There are certain industry-standard Ratios which need to be in place for a bank to be comfortable to grant working capital (Cash Credit) against Stock and/or Debtors balance.
In case you need to introduce this to investors, you may get a business plan prepared by us as well. The finance experts team at Senixa India will undertake the preparation of your CMA report considering all RBI/Banking norms and normal Industry Standards. This will ensure that your business gets the required working capital funds at the right time and without any issues being faced.
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Mandatory for loans
You would require a professionally drafted CMA report for all loans that you apply for with the banks. It is a configuration mandated by the Reserve Bank of India. It is adopted by all nationalized, co-operative banks and private sector banks in India. No working capital loans can be sanctioned without appropriately drafted CMA reports.
In addition to other things, a typical CMA report also incorporates a detailed Ratio analysis of your business. Financial Ratios are quick indicators of your business’s health. Major Ratios included are Current Ratio, Stock Turnover Ratios, Sales turnover Ratio, Debtor, and Supplier working cycles, among others.
RBI has set certain norms for assessing the working capital needs of a business. Additionally, there are certain set Industry Standards, which various banks take into consideration. our Compliance Manager takes care of all RBI mandates and usual Industry Standards to prepare a precise CMA report