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Risk Assessment Template
Annual Budget Financial Presentation (PowerPoint Template)
Risk Assessment Template
The slide is titled "Risk Assessment Template" and deals with What-if Sensitivity Analysis, identifying performance determinants that impact the bottom line, including Revenue, COGS (Cost of Goods Sold), OPEX (Operational Expenditure), and PEX (Planned Expenditure). It features four key areas: Revenue with a target for 15% growth, COGS which should be less than 43% of net revenue, OPEX with an amount of less than or equal to $37,000,000, and PEX which should be less than 18% of net revenue. The central graphic is about What-if (Sensitivity) Analysis, explaining how projected EBITDA is affected by changes in assumptions.
- The slide background is white, providing a neutral and clean base for the content.
- A large title, "Risk Assessment Template," is showcased at the top in bold black font, making it the focal point.
- Beneath the title, a subtitle in italicized grey font provides a brief context of the slide's subject.
- To the left and right, there are two columns each containing two shield-like icons with financial symbol overlays such as a dollar sign, graph, and gear, representing different financial elements.
- Each icon is paired with a colored header (blue and red shades), a title (Revenue, COGS, OPEX, PEX), and a brief descriptor or specific financial target, all in white font.
- The icons and their descriptors are positioned on top of grey banner-like shapes, serving both as background for the text and as visual dividers.
- In the center, a larger triangular peak icon symbolizes the What-if (Sensitivity) Analysis, which is accompanied by a brief explanation text.
The slide has a symmetrical design with icons and text boxes that are mirrored on each side, giving it a balanced and organized appearance. The use of distinct colors and bold icons creates an engaging and professional visual effect.
- Presenting key financial targets and strategies in an executive meeting to convey company health and economic objectives.
- Using in a risk management workshop to educate about the importance of assessing financial elements and their impact on a company's performance.
- Incorporating in a training session for financial analysts to illustrate the consequences of changing market conditions or business decisions.
- Including in a business plan pitch to investors to highlight potential risks and how they will be monitored or mitigated.