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The company is located in the London area, and this was a significant factor in the decision to purehase since the majority of the companies in the group were also situated in the south east of England. Apart from plating work for companies within the division and within the group generally, the company carries out a substantial amount of plating for companies outside the group. The proportions of work for group companies and non-group companies have recently been equal. The company had its origins in the early 1920S and from tin-shed beginnings it expanded by the tirre of the purehase in 1946 to a reasonable size and had gained a sound technical reputation.
9 million loss on the tanker operation. One of the difficulties was the need to keep on with the development of the North American assets, especially Signal Oil, in order to keep these assets in a condition that might interest a buyer. Also the company had to find [,300 million more to finance its share of the North Sea. UESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION (I) Analyse the events that led to the I 974liquidity crisis. Were they strategie errors, financing errors, or just plain bad luck? How, ifat all, could the crisis have been avoided?
Some profit centres were shown as not so profitable as they had been thought to be. Perhaps it was natural that there were recriminations. There were comments like 'we always feit that Bert was efficient, but look how much money he's losing us'. All this worried the accountant. Surely it was logical to have profit centre reporting? But where were the ties between profitability and efficiency, if any? and parties aggrieved byhis efforts brought out many points which he feit deserved attention. The overriding one seemed to be the subject oftransfer pricing.