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DCF Modelling and the Cost of Capital

Event : DCF Modelling and the Cost of Capital

Wed, 21/10/2009 - 08:30
Conducted by : Eureka Financial
Contact : Sam Baker

 By the end of this course you will learn:

• To estimate what to invest in and how to finance the investment
• Understand the corporate capital structure and how it is determined in practice
• Explore the role of the cost of capital in the valuation of the firm
• The effect of gearing and the use of hybrid instruments on the calculation of the firm's cost of capital
• Calculate WACC and develop the Capital Asset Pricing model
• Build more complex model using: associates, NCIs, provisions and taxation and terminal value approaches
• Gain an understanding of Dividend Discount Model and how it differs from a DCF model

Course Level: Intermediate
The course is suitable for equity researchers and analysts and corporate finance professionals. 

If you are looking for an  introductory course check our Introduction to DCF Modelling & Valuation - 19 - 20 Oct London

To find our more contact us: enquiry@eurekafinancial.com or +44 207 193 5035


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