Arhive: #3 2011

Matrix suites applying when making the commercial-company-activity-andfinancial-risks-express-diagnostics

This paper describes an original technique and peculiarities of its use for the express diagnostics of a company and analysis of financial risks. The feature of this technique is potential Russian reality accountance of optimizational transformations of statements in order to minimize taxation and refract the information field of a business system for the apperception. It is based on the conceptual principle of studies of the University of Ghent, according to which, these three cycles affect stability of the companies to the important risk - the risk of bankruptcy. It is noted that the use of matrix analysis can become an additional powerful tool for solving the conceptual verification problem of financial permanence of business systems operation in the marketplace because it allows to determine the internal nature of the underlying processes that occur within an atomic business system and to make every effort to minimize potential and actual manifestations of instability of the external and internal environment of the business system. This method satisfies the multiple set of conditions-equations: apperceptive, asymptotic and simplificational functions that form the basis of calculations for model creation. The technique can be applied by commercial banks in the analysis of the elements of their loan portfolio. Application of this technique allows analyzing the performance of a commercial company in the features of Russian life with minimal iterations.


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Information about the authors

Neganova Valentina Petrovna (Ekaterinburg) - Doctor of Economics, Professor, Head of the agricultural and food policy division at the Institute of Economics, Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences (620014, Ekaterinburg, Moskovskaya St. 29, e-mail:

Shemetev Aleksandr Aleksandrovich (Ekaterinburg) - applicant at the Institute of Economics, Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences (620014, Ekaterinburg, Moskovskaya St. 29, e-mail: