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Debt Structure Table

Slide Content

The slide titled "Debt Structure Table" presents a breakdown of accounts receivable categorized by the age of the debt (Current, 1-30 days, 31-60 days, 61-90 days, 91+ days) along with the corresponding amounts in millions USD and the percentages they represent of the total. The categories showcase the liquidity of receivables: 'Current' implies strong liquidity whereas debts aged '91+ days' are riskier. Notably, there is a small fraction described as no longer deemed recoverable or to be written off, indicating uncollectible debts.

Graphical Look

  • The title is prominently displayed at the top in dark blue, with the description below in a lighter shade of blue.
  • To the left, there is a structured table with alternating strips of white and light blue.
  • The table columns have headers styled in shaded blue tabs labeled "Account Age," "Amount," and "Percent."
  • Each row describes an age category of accounts and is followed by a row with dashed separation.
  • The right side features a light blue text box with the word "Comments" inside a darker blue strip at the top.
  • An orange coin with a hand icon accentuates the comments section, suggesting financial analysis or notes.
  • Each column header in the table is matched with a corresponding descriptive text box.

The overall look of the slide is professional and well-organized, using blue and orange to differentiate sections and highlight important areas, facilitating a clear visual distinction between data and commentary.

Use Cases

  • Demonstrating the age analysis of accounts receivable during financial reviews or meetings with stakeholders.
  • Used by the accounts department to present the status of debt collection efforts.
  • Included in quarterly reports to provide insights into the company's financial health.
  • Essential for credit managers to discuss potential bad debt write-offs and risk exposure with the executive team.

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