Financial Decks

Financial Decks

Visualize your results with ease

Annual Financial Summary Overview
from deck Annual Report Company Performance Presentation (PPT Template)

Annual Financial Summary Overview

Slide Content:

The slide is an overview of an organization's annual financial performance, comparing current year results with the previous year (LY) and budget expectations. It outlines key financial metrics such as Revenue, COGS (Cost of Goods Sold), GM (Gross Margin), OPEX (Operating Expenses), and EBITDA. For each metric, actual figures for the current year, the previous year, and the budget are presented, along with percentage deviations to highlight performance against targets and year-over-year changes.

The metrics presented are:

  • Revenue: Total income generated from sales of goods or services.
  • COGS (Cost of Goods Sold): Direct costs attributable to the production of the goods sold by the company.
  • GM (Gross Margin): The difference between revenue and COGS, which represents the profitability before accounting for operating expenses.
  • OPEX (Operating Expenses): Ongoing expenses for running the business, excluding costs associated with production.
  • EBITDA (Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation, and Amortization): An indicator of a company's financial performance and is used to show earnings before the influence of accounting and financial deductions.

Graphical Look:

  • Table format with five rows, each row dedicated to a different financial metric.
  • Financial concept icons in blue, placed on the left, symbolize each row's focus, such as a money bag for revenue and a pie chart for EBITDA.
  • Actual figures for the current year, last year, and budget are presented in bold, with deviations highlighted next to them.
  • Deviation indicators use colors to signify performance, with green for positive and red for negative outcomes.
  • The slide background is white, with a blue-green color scheme for the headers and deviation indicators, creating a professional and thematic consistency.

The slide's design is clean, with a straightforward presentation of data, making it suitable for a business audience looking to quickly grasp the company's financial performance. The use of color aids in distinguishing between the different figures and their relative success or areas needing attention.

Use Cases:

Such a slide is commonly used in a variety of business and financial presentations, including:

  • Annual general meetings to report to shareholders on the company's financial status.
  • Quarterly financial reviews to keep stakeholders informed of progress and performance.
  • Budget planning meetings to analyze the financial forecast and set future budgets.
  • Investor relations communications to update on the company's growth and profitability.
  • Management meetings to strategize on cost-saving measures and operational efficiencies.

Clients also bought

Related products