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Writing next year's annual report

The end of the year is fast-approaching. In addition to holidays, gift-giving, and resolutions at home, I’m also thinking about annual reports at work. I don’t think it’s too early to start summarizing our accomplishments over this year, and what we hope to accomplish next year. 428 more words

Business

AGM Adjourned. What's Next?

Charities are required under provincial registration to hold annual general meetings (AGM) every 12 months. These meetings typically serve the purpose of electing new directors to the Board, approving audited financial statements and receiving annual reports from both the Chair and the Chief Executive Officer. 458 more words

Management

My second investment

After reading FRAN‘s quarterly and annual reports (please see my previous post) in early October, I made a few calculations in Excel to help me value the company: 617 more words

Value Investing

Sharing Bad News In Your Annual Report

A charity’s annual reports provide information about the organization’s mission, history and summarizes the achievements in the past year. The chief purpose of the achievements section is to make donors and stakeholders feel good about their financial contribution or participation in your charity, and to learn about the social impact the organization is making. 488 more words

Management

BNDMT Annual Report

It has been a really good year for the Trust with generous support from our funders. Read more in the MBNDT Annual Report 2016-17

News

Francesca's Holdings

Looking for a new company to invest in, I decided to do another screening on Financial Times’ website during the first week of this month. I wanted to find companies with good returns on equity, growing earnings, low debt, and that recently had their share price pummeled. 1,585 more words

Value Investing

Say What You Want To Say

It’s that time and my mailbox—both actual and electronic—is filling with annual reports.  I’m always of several minds about these, but that is for a different blog.  728 more words

Clarity