ТОP-10 of children’s recreation camps by working capital to current assets ratio
Information agency Credinform has prepared a ranking of the largest Russian children’s recreation camps. The largest enterprises (TOP-10) in terms of annual revenue were selected according to the data from the Statistical Register for the available periods (2016-2018). Then the companies were ranged by working capital to current assets ratio (Table 1). The analysis was based on the data from the Information and Analytical system Globas.
For the most full and fair opinion about the company’s financial position the whole set of financial indicators and ratios should be taken into account.
|Name, INN, region||Revenue, million RUB||Net profit (loss), million RUB||Working capital to current assets ratio (x),> 0,1||Solvency index Globas|
|DOLP IM. A.V. KAZAKEVICHA LLC
INN 9104000322 Republic of Crimea
|LLC DOL VOLNA
INN 7802143863 Leningrad region
|LLC DSOL KD BEREZOVAYA ROSHCHA
INN 3711003188 Ivanovo region
|LLC DSOL MORSKAYA VOLNA
INN 2365013436 Krasnodar region
|LLC DOL ZELENYI GOROD IM. T. TRUSHKOVSKO
INN 7814623261 St. Petersburg
|ZAO UDOL ENERGETIK
INN 2301012388 Krasnodar region
|LLC DOL ELEKTRON
INN 2301034007 Krasnodar region
|CHU DOL ELANCHIK PAO CHTPZ
INN 7415033126 Chelyabinsk region
|NAO SANATORII TSIOLKOVSKII
INN 6376012086 Samara region
Dissolved due to the reorganization in the form of merger, 25/12/2018
|LLC DOLST NIVA
INN 6166049717 Rostov region
|ТОP-10 average value||120,44||141,00||2,67||1,26||-1,23||-1,22|
growth of indicator in comparison with prior period, decline of indicator in comparison with prior period.
Within the last two years, the average value of the working capital to current assets ratio of the TOP-10 group was in the zone of negative values. Only two companies have indicators above the recommended value. In 2018, six companies improved the results.
Over a five-year period, the average industrial values of the working capital to current assets ratio of TOP-100 were in the zone of negative values with an upward trend. (Picture 2).