In your example sentence, Jags, the simple answer would be to use the past tense at the end, and simple present at the beginning.
In general, financial statements follow this format:
Type of Statement
Period or date
National General, Inc.
For the Year Ended December 31, 1877
Mega Micro Association, PLC
December 31, 2018
Blue Sky Adventures, LLC
Projected Costs of Operations
For the Period Begun February 1, 2019, and Ending September 30, 2144
Usually one would say that George or Perdue Pharmaceuticals reports ... .
Newspaper Headlines, etc., don't necessarily follow established usage, sometimes with a funny effect.
Oh, and I understand a crore is, in scientific notation 10 ^ 7.