I require a thesis/dissertation on Financial analysis of International Airlines Group (earlier known as British Airways)

the project requires heavy financial modeling and good knowledge about Corporate Finance, especially M&A related.

Point that would be required to cover are as followings:

1. Airlines’ market overview and IAG’s competitive position;

2. Market perception of IAG as a whole; ( it also includes IAG standing compare to other airlines companies and how its doing relative to other major companies)

3. Impact of recent corporate developments for IAG (example, merger with Iberia, Unite strike action, Volcano eruption in 2010, pension related issues etc);

4. IAG’s financial projections and a comprehensive valuation analysis; (this includes DCF, CCA)

5. Discussion of IAG’s current capital structure;

6. A summary of issues faced by IAG followed by potential steps to improve its position including M&A opportunities, equity and debt capital raising options;

For M&A please use companies as Finair, Turkish Airlines and Jet airways

Please do include your ideas also and any additional information that might be relevent to the the thesis.

Style Instructions
Style instructions have been (partly) adapted from the Journal of Finance. Submitted dissertations should follow these style instructions.
1. All submitted manuscripts must be original work.
2. Authors must submit two copies of their manuscript, with complete contact information (including name, address, telephone, and fax number, and e-mail address). Manuscripts must be clearly typed with 1 ½ line spacing throughout, using font size 12 and margins of 2.5cm (1 inch) all round. An electronic version in Word must also be submitted to the MIF office.
3. The cover page shall contain the title of the manuscript, the author’s name, and the name of the supervisor(s), contact details, the date of submission, and should specify any confidentiality restrictions.
4. Each manuscript should include an abstract of not more than 200 words on the second page and a table of contents on the third.
5. The introductory section must have no heading or number. Subsequent headings should be given Roman numerals. Subsection headings should be lettered A, B, C, etc.
6. The article should end with a non-technical summary statement of the main conclusions. Lengthy mathematical proofs and very extensive detailed tables should be placed in an appendix.
7. Tables must be numbered with Roman numerals. Please check that your text contains a reference to each table. Tables must be self-contained, in the sense that the reader must be able to understand them without going back to the text of the paper. Each table must have a title followed by a descriptive legend. Authors must check tables to be sure that the title, column headings, captions, etc., are clear and to the point.
8. Figures must be numbered with Arabic numerals. A figure’s title should be part of the caption. Figures must be self-contained. Each figure must have a title followed by a descriptive legend.
9. All but very short mathematical expressions should be displayed on a separate line and centered. Equations must be numbered consecutively on the right margin, using Arabic numerals in parentheses. Use Greek letters only when necessary.
10. Direct quotes from other’s work is only allowed when placed between “….” and when they are accompanied with a clear reference with exact page number (e.g., Jensen and Meckling 1976, p. 312). In all other cases you should use your own words.
11. References must be typed on a separate page at the end of the paper. References to publications in the text should appear as follows: “Jensen and Meckling (1976) report that…” or “(Jensen and Meckling (1976)).” At the end of the manuscript (before tables and figures), the complete list of references should be as follows:
For monographs:
Fama, E. F., and M. H. Miller, 1972. The Theory of Finance (Dryden Press, Hinsdale, Ill.).
For contributions to collective works:
Grossman, S. J., and O. D. Hart, 1982, Corporate financial structure and managerial incentives, in J. J. McCall, ed.: The Economics of Information and Uncertainty (University of Chicago Press, Chicago, Ill.).
For periodicals:
Jensen, M. C., and W. H. Meckling, 1976, Theory of the firm: Managerial behavior, agency costs and ownership structure, Journal of Financial Economics 3, 305-360

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