Application Of Altman Z Score on BSE-Greenex Companies
M. M. Swalih and
M. S. Vinod
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M. M. Swalih: Department of Commerce, Christ Nagar College, India
M. S. Vinod: Department of Commerce, Christ Nagar College, India
Journal of Applied Management and Investments, 2017, vol. 6, issue 3, 205-215
Altman Z is a tool that has been used widely to assist managements in predicting corporate financial problems. It also helps various stakeholders to take effective preventive measures. The present study has assessed the Altman Z Score of BSE-Greenex companies for four years. The results present some interesting facts about the Greenex companies. It was found that 12 out of the 25 companies belong to the distress zone. Only three companies belonged to the safe zone. The results of the present study can be used as a ready reference to assess the utility of investing in Greenex companies.
Keywords: Altman Z score; BSE Greenex; carbon performance; eco-friendly companies (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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