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Foundations of Financial & Management Accounting
Term One 2021-22
WARWICK BUSINESS SCHOOL


[2
5%] [2nd Reflection Note]

[1750] words:

This is a strict limit not a guideline: any piece submitted with more words than the limit
will result in the excess not being marked

This is the guide for the follow-up reflection note, which accounts for 25% of the overall
assessment of this module. Your case company is Next PLC
(https://www.nextplc.co.uk/investors/reports-and-presentations/2020-21) listed on the London
Stock Exchange.
You are assessed based on your writing skills, the extent to which you understand the
materials, and critical evaluation of Next PLC performance based on its upside potentials and
downside risks, considering the impacts of corporate and economic events and recent trading
conditions. Good discussion should include relevant readings, critical reflection, as well as the
analytic evidence to support your arguments and assessment. It is highly recommended that you
carefully consider any challenges that affect Next’s businesses in your assessment.
You are also required to provide full disclosure of the necessary numerical demonstration and
analyses in the appendix. Failing to provide full demonstration will result in a substantial
reduction in marks. Tables, diagrams, references, and appendix are not part of wordcount.
Finally, the standard University penalty applies in this assessment. Please refer to your
student handbook.
Task:
So far, you have had some ideas of Next’ recent operating performance from your first
reflection note. This reflection note requires you to critically examine Next’s recent available
financial information based on 5 factor DuPont model introduced in the module. Your
analysis should cover at least 3-year worth of data, bearing in mind that there was an
accounting standard revision (IFRS 16) in 2019 fiscal year. The ratios involving the balance
sheet items must be based on the average balance sheet amounts.

SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 20:00 (UK time) [Thursday 18 November 2021]


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Word Count Policy and Formatting (found in your Masters Student Handbook Section 6.2c)

Guidelines for Online Submission (found in your Masters Student Handbook Section 6.2e)


The submission deadline is precise and uploading of the document must be completed before 20.00 (UK time)
on the submission date. Any document submitted even seconds later than 20.00 precisely will be penalised for
late submission in line with WBS policy. Please consult your student handbook on my.wbs for more detailed
information.

The online assignment submission system will only accept documents in portable documents format (PDF)
files. Please note that we will not accept PDF files of scanned documents. You should create your assignment
in your chosen package (for example, Word), then convert it straight to PDF before uploading. Please place
your student ID number, NOT YOUR NAME, on the front of your submission as all submissions are marked
anonymously.

All the scripts should also have the following paragraph included on the front page:



PLEASE ENSURE YOU KEEP A SECURITY COPY OF YOUR ASSESSMENT
Your Academic Writing and Avoiding Plagiarism Module on my.wbs has lots of useful information on
structuring assignments, academic style and demonstrating critical engagement.

Please ensure that any work submitted by you for assessment has been correctly referenced as WBS expects
all students to demonstrate the highest standards of academic integrity at all times and treats all cases of poor
academic practice and suspected plagiarism very seriously. You can find information on these matters on
my.wbs, in your student handbook and on the University's library web pages here.

The University's Regulation 11 clarifies that '…'cheating' means an attempt to benefit oneself or another by
deceit or fraud. This includes reproducing one's own work…' It is important to note that it is not permissible to
re-use work which has already been submitted by you for credit either at WBS or at another institution (unless
you have been explicitly told that you can do so). This is considered self-plagiarism and could result in
significant mark reductions.

Upon submission of assignments, students will be asked to agree to one of the following declarations:

Individual work submissions:


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By agreeing to these declarations (when the message pops up on submission) you are acknowledging that you
have understood the rules about plagiarism and self-plagiarism and have taken all possible steps to ensure
that your work complies with the requirements of WBS and the University.

You should only indicate your agreement with the relevant statement, once you have satisfied yourself that
you have fully understood its implications. If you are in any doubt, you must consult with the Module
Organiser or Named Internal Examiner of the relevant module, because, once you have indicated your
agreement, it will not be possible to later claim that you were unaware of these requirements in the event
that your work is subsequently found to be problematic in respect to suspected plagiarism or self-
plagiarism.

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