Enterprise Risk Management at Toyota


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Case Code : ERMT-006
Case Length : 15 Pages
Period : 2003
Pub Date : 2003
Teaching Note :Not Available
Organization : Toyota
Industry : Auto and Ancillaries
Countries : Global

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Overview of Major Risks Contd...

Marketing Risks

The worldwide automotive market was highly competitive and cyclical. Demand for automobiles in each market could vary substantially from year to year. Demand depended to a large extent on general economic conditions in a given market, the cost of purchasing automobiles and the availability and cost of credit and fuel.

Toyota's vehicle unit sales in Japan decreased during fiscal 2002 mainly due to poor market conditions and increased competition from other domestic manufacturers. This decrease followed increases in Toyota's vehicle unit sales in this market during fiscal 2000 and 2001 driven by new models and the strong sales efforts of domestic dealers...

Regulatory Risks

Changes in laws, regulations, policies and other governmental actions could affect the profitability of Toyota's automotive operations. These laws, regulations and policies included those affecting environmental matters and vehicle safety, fuel economy and emissions. Such laws significantly increased the cost of vehicles...

Financial Risks

Toyota was exposed to various risks due to changes in foreign exchange rates, interest rates and certain commodity and equity prices. In order to manage the risk arising from changes in foreign currency exchange rates and interest rates, Toyota used a variety of derivative financial instruments.

The financial instruments included in the market risk analysis consisted of cash and cash equivalents, marketable securities, finance receivables, securities investments, long-term and short-term debt and all derivative financial instruments...

Exhibits

Exhibit I: Toyota Centers and their Functions
Exhibit II: The Automobile Industry World motor vehicle production
Exhibit III: The Automobile Industry Passenger car production in major countries
Exhibit IV: Toyota Production Sales and Exports
Exhibit V: Toyota Breakdown of Domestic Production by model
Exhibit VI: Toyota Domestic Sales breakdown by model
Exhibit VII: Toyota Regional breakdown of production
Exhibit VIII: Toyota Domestic Plants and other facilities
Exhibit IX: Toyota Overseas production of selected models
Exhibit X: Toyota Sales by region*
Exhibit XI: Toyota Sales in the top 10 overseas markets
Exhibit XII: Toyota Overseas sales by brand 2002
Exhibit XIII: Toyota Contribution to Industry sales
Exhibit XIV: Toyota Export from Japan by Region
Exhibit XV: Toyota Top 10 Exports by Destination


 

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