The stocks selected for the analysis were Westpac Banking Corp (WBC.AX), Qantas Airways Ltd (QAN.AX), and David Jones Limited (DJS.AX). Westpac Banking Corporation provides various banking and financial services. The company has a current share price of $20.74 and a market cap of 62.7 Billion. The bank serves the needs of privately-owned business clients and their owners and senior managers through its 23 private client offices located in the New York metropolitan area. The company operates two principal lines of business. It offers a wide-variety of business and personal banking products and services through the Bank and investment, brokerage, asset management and insurance products and services. WBC also purchase, securitize and sell the guaranteed portions of U.S. Small Business Administration (“SBA”) loans. WBC’s banking products include various deposit products such as checking accounts, money market accounts, escrow deposit accounts, lockbox accounts, cash concentration accounts, certificates of deposit and other cash management products. The lending portfolio includes commercial loans, real estate loans, letters of credit, and personal lines of credit. The asset management and investment products comprise various individual securities as well as retirement products. The second company selected for portfolio was Qantas Airways. The company has a current share price of $1.53 and a market cap of 3.43 Billion. Qantas Airways Limited provides passenger and air freight transportation services in Australia and internationally. The company also offers catering, ground handling, and defense services; and logistics services, including truck road feeder services to the air freight industry, courier services to small and medium size enterprises and individuals, and baggage services. The third company selected for the portfolio was David Jones Limited. The company has a current share price of $2.36 and a market cap of $1.21 Billion. David Jones Limited operates department stores primarily in Australia. The company also provides gift and bridal registry for special occasions; operates food halls; and online shopping facilities. The stock exchange selected for benchmarking was ASX 200.