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Corporate Valuation An Easy Guide to Measuring Value

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ISBN-10: 0273661612

ISBN-13: 9780273661610

Edition: 2003

Authors: David Frykman, Jakob Tolleryd

List price: $39.99
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If organisations are to achieve the ultimate corporate goal of maximising shareholder value, then understanding valuation is vitally important. Yet the majority of managers have ignored the area of corporate valuation for a long time, despite the fact that a firm's value is the ultimate measurement of the health and prosperity of a company. In Corporate Valuation, for the first time, you are given insight into the most universal issues in corporate valuation. It tackles the most commonly used valuation methods in a quick and easy - yet comprehensive - way, and is the perfect and only book you need if you want to get a quick grasp of the subject.
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Book details

List price: $39.99
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: FT Press
Publication date: 8/14/2003
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 208
Size: 7.00" wide x 9.75" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.946
Language: English

About the authors
Preface--reading guide
Publisher's acknowledgements
Presentation of model company
When do you need to value a company?
Raising capital for growth
Creating an incentive programme to keep and attract employees
Executing a merger, acquisition or divestiture
Conducting an initial public offering (IPO)
Company valuation--an overview
Theoretical overview
The most important valuation models
What models to use?
Ratio-based valuation
Classification of multiples
Finding your multiple
Different multiples
How to find input data for multiple valuations
Discounted cash flow valuation
Estimating the cost of capital--WACC
Calculating free cash flow
Computing terminal value
Discounting and final corporate value
The most important variables in a DCF analysis
The DCF approach--only a calculation machine
Checking your assumptions
Underlying analysis and key value drivers
What is a value driver?
How to identify key value drivers
Structuring the underlying analysis
Generic operational value drivers
Framework for the underlying analysis
Temporary monopolies--an additional tool for the underlying analysis
How to value your company in practice--an example
Underlying analysis of Mobitronics
DCF valuation of Mobitronics
Scenario analysis
Checking the underlying assumptions
Multiple-based valuation of Mobitronics
Piecing it all together--the value of the company
Value-based management
Strategy development
Target setting
Action plans, budgets and training
Incentive programmes
Outcomes of value-based management
Inspirational list of key value drivers
Suggested information needed for a valuation
Further reading