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About the course
A practitioner’s guide to contemporary valuation techniques
Technology offers many new opportunities, particularly with theadvancement and enhancement of technology in areas such as,virtual reality, autonomous vehicles, machine learning, big data and space exploration. The technology industry itself has benefited considerably from easy monetary policies and the rise of equities, both of which has helped to fuel M&A activity. Furthermore, technology based businesses have shown great resilience to the M&A cycle, not least because multiple sectors have been and continue expanding or adapting their exposure to relevant technologies. It is also likely that the industry itself will continue to see transformation as labour markets diversify, more niche market opportunities emerge due to increasing automation, and political events may well offer significant challenges to the key technology Technology businesses offer tremendous potential opportunities. Attend this course and be able to:
- Understand the differences between corporate & technology valuation and lifecycles and corporate cash flows
- Understand how to apply the DCF model to technology companies, and its limitations
- Evaluate the stable growth stage and calculating terminal value
- Understand the use of revenue and profit multiples in technology valuation
- Appreciate the importance of EBITDA and its limitations
- Explain the potential use of the real options approach and challenges in its application
- Critically review alternative valuation approaches including intrinsic, relative, probabilistic and real options
- Understand how to value start-up companies including the characteristics of young companies and sectors and a life cycle view of start-up companies
- Review the valuation of pre IPO companies, including the characteristics of growth company and sectors and the value of equity claims
How You Will Learn
This course draws on expert Roger Mills's experience and features many practical examples which reinforce the presentation and engage participants Case studies include: Excel based valuation of a startup technology company based upon the trainer’s experience
GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF TECHNOLOGY COMPANY VALUATION
- Overview of Valuation Approaches
- Other Valuation Issues
- Understanding the Challenge with Technology Companies
- Applying the DCF Model to Technology Company Valuation
- Using Multiples in Technology Company Valuation
- Using the Real Options Approach
VALUING START-UP TECHNOLOGY COMPANIES
- Valuation of a Technology Start-Up Company
- CASE STUDY
- Excel based valuation of a startup technology company based upon the trainer’s experience
VALUING PRE-IPO TECHNOLOGY COMPANIES
- Key Valuation Considerations
- Valuation in Practice
Roger Mills is an Emeritus Professor at the University of Reading. For more than 20 years, he was Professor of Finance and Accounting at Henley Management College, now Henley Business School and, subsequently, a Professor Dr in the VU University, Amsterdam. Roger has a unique blend of academic ...
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