It offers insights into the valuation process and outlines the role that valuation plays in portfolio management, acquisition analysis, and corporate finance. In finance, valuation analysis is required for tax assessment, business analysis, basic bookkeeping, and accounting, etc.
The sessions will start with the basics and then proceed with the practical aspects of valuations.
During this program, participants will successfully
Obtain information to prepare a Company’s valuation.
Develop the tools to value firms.
Differentiate between going concern and liquidation value.
Utilize discounted cash flow models to value any type of firm in any market
What Will You Learn?
Prepare valuations that take full account of the commercial context of a transaction.
Use and Understand Terms Common to Valuation
Define the Different Standards of Value
Understand the difference between Value and Price
Discuss and Contrast the Various Approaches to Valuation
Discounted cash flow;
Business Valuation – An important driver of business decisions in the current business/regulatory context
The typical process followed for valuation projects
Understanding company valuation situations
How to read, interpret and understand a valuation report
Common mistakes found in valuation reports
Valuation – A perspective
Generally adopted approaches and methods for valuation including:
Multiples (PE, EV/EBITDA, PEG, NAV, etc.), DCF method and Dividend discount, and their application.
Practical challenges in valuation of Business/Companies