Corporate Valuation Methods

Corporate Valuation Methods 2017-11-08T08:00:32+00:00

Corporate Valuation Methods

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The Corporate Valuation Methods course introduces the range of corporate valuation models that are available today and provides a framework that can be used to select the appropriate model for any valuation scenario.  Participants will be confronted with the valuation of a diverse range of assets, ranging from businesses in different sectors and at various stages of growth for refinancing, acquisition or disposal and under different valuation scenarios.

Main Topics

  • Corporate Valuation Approaches
  • Income Statements and Valuation
  • Company Assets and Their Valuation
  • Debt and Equity in the Balance Sheet
  • Cost of Capital
  • Estimating Cash Flow and Growth
  • Terminal Value and the DCF Model
  • Relative Valuation/Multiple Approach
  • CEE Corporate Valuation
  • Valuing Private and Nontraded Firms
  • Uses and Users of Corporate Valuation

Objective

Participants will gain a solid understanding of the tools and techniques for determining the value of any asset for refinancing, acquisition or sale purposes under different valuation scenarios through the use of practical case studies to illustrate the valuation of these assets.

Course Language

English

Target Group

Staff members in the areas of:

  • Investment Banking
  • Corporate Financial Advisory
  • Credit Analysis
  • Acquisition Finance
  • Portfolio Management
  • Internal Auditing
  • Corporate Finance
  • Fund Management
  • Controlling
  • Corporate Banking
  • Private Equity
  • Others who engage in the
    valuation of corporate assets
  • Account Management
  • Investment Management
  • Real Estate Finance
  • Risk Management

Course Prerequisites

  • Good knowledge of corporate finance
  • Basic knowledge of Excel
  • Good command of English

Course Components

  • Discussion
  • Exercises and case studies
  • Online reference material