Corporate Valuation Techniques
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Focuses on the core skills required for the successful application of corporate valuation techniques
Whatever your reason for valuing a company, whether it be for mergers and acquisitions, selling, restructuring, creating or increasing shareholder value, you will understand and appreciate the importance of achieving accurate valuations. However, what many fail to anticipate is the complexity involved in the process, and as a result, they can find themselves making the wrong decisions or simply overpaying.
This course will present you with a thorough and detailed exposition of the approach to corporate valuation methodology, enabling you to identify and analyse major relevant economic, industry and corporate issues.
*EQUIP YOURSELF WITH THE SKILLS TO: *
- Determine which valuation technique is appropriate for the analytical objective
- Value companies in the context of mergers, acquisitions, private equity, project appraisal and IPOs
- Assess the impact of corporate decisions on the value of the business
- Quantify and manage the risks associated with corporate valuation
- Assess whether management are creating shareholder value
- Evaluate corporate valuation and pricing models
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
- why corporate valuation techniques are central to many strategic decisions
- what alternative approaches can be used in specialised situations
- the shortcomings associated with using conventional accountingoriented approaches in corporate valuations
- why the discount rate is important in the valuation process and how it can be estimated for private companies and business units
- how to assess market appetite with pricing models
- how to apply modelling techniques to determine not only valuation, but pricing, acquisition control premiums, and management performance
- successful techniques for generating shareholder wealth