Tata Motors - Speed Breakers Galore


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Case Code : FINC062
Case Length : 25 Pages
Period : 2007-2009
Pub. Date : 2010
Teaching Note : Available
Organization : Tata Motors / Jaguar and Land Rover
Industry : Automobile
Countries : India, UK

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Tata Motors Reports Loss Contd...

Due to the global financial crisis triggered by the sub-prime crisis in the US, consumer demand plummeted and global lines of credit were frozen (Refer to Exhibit I for a note on the global financial crisis).

This severely impacted the business of Tata Motors, especially that of JLR. Consequently, Tata Motors' consolidated financial position for the financial year ending March 2009 presented a bleak picture. During the year, Tata Motors reported its first net loss in eight years.

The company reported a loss of Rs. 25.05 billion, as compared to a profit of Rs. 21.68 billion in the previous financial year.

However, the gross revenue rose by 83.8% to Rs.741.51 billion as it included the revenues of JLR for the period between June 02, 2008 and March 31, 2009 (Refer to Table I for Consolidated P&L Statement of Tata Motors for fiscal years 2007-08 and 2008-09).

The dismal financial performance continued even in the first quarter of fiscal year 2009-10. For the quarter ending June 30, 2009, Tata Motors reported a consolidated net loss of Rs.3.29 billion on revenues of Rs.169.54 billion. The company attributed this loss to JLR, whose sales volume had fallen by 52% as compared to the corresponding quarter in the previous year. The stand-alone loss reported by JLR was at Rs.8.73 billion, with sales in JLR's important markets like the UK, the US, and Russia plunging significantly...

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