Financial Risk Management at Mitsubishi Corporation

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Case Code : FINA017
Case Length : 16 Pages
Period : 2003
Pub. Date : 2003
Teaching Note :Not Available
Organization : Mitsubishi Corporation
Industry : Trading
Countries : Japan

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Overview of Risk Management

In the normal course of business, Mitsubishi and its subsidiaries were exposed to market risks due to changes in interest rates, foreign exchange rates, and commodity and equity prices. To manage the exposures to these risks, the group companies generally identified their net exposures and took advantage of natural offsets...

Market Risk

Foreign Currency Risk
Foreign currency fluctuations created both translation risk and transaction risk.

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Translation Risk
The Group's reporting currency was the Japanese yen. Foreign subsidiaries prepared financial statements in their reporting currencies, which were then translated to Japanese yen prior to consolidation...

Financial Instruments: Accounting & Valuation

The parent company and some subsidiaries used derivative financial instruments as a part of their trading activities. The companies clearly distinguished derivatives used in trading activities from derivatives used for risk management purposes...


Exhibit I: Mitsubishi: Financial Highlights
Exhibit II: Mitsubishi: Exchange Rates into US Currency
Exhibit III: Mitsubishi: Cashflows

Exhibit IV: Mitsubishi: Additional Cashflow Information
Exhibit V: Mitsubishi: Short-Term Debt
Exhibit VI: Mitsubishi: Consolidated Net Income vs. Risk Capital
Exhibit VII: Mitsubishi: Doubtful Receivables
Exhibit VIII: Mitsubishi: Carrying Amounts and Estimated Fair values of Financial Instruments
Exhibit IX: Mitsubishi: Long-Term Debt
Exhibit X:Mitsubishi: Annual Maturities of Long-term Debt
Annexure A: Accounting for Financial Instruments under US GAAP

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