This intensive 2 day course will equip you with skills required to effectively evaluate companies and assets. Run by an experienced former City banker the course starts with an overview of different equity valuation methods and explains fundamental framework.
You will have a chance to go through various ratios including cash flows, discount rates and periods, capital structure and understand the important parameters that can cause the valuation to break down if overlooked.
We will take a brief overview of various techniques for equity valuation, focus on Discounted Cash Flow techniques and show that DCF and multiples actually do the same thing – but only if you make the same assumptions. You will have a chance to work through models and case studies based on real companies.
By the end of this course you will be able to:
Differentiate and apply the main types of equity valuation
Evaluate balance sheet as well as profit and loss accounts and cash flow statements
Use comparative company valuation and calculate multiples in practice
Have an understanding of DCF model structure and how it is used to value a company in practice
Learn the fundamentals of future cash flow valuation
Calculate the cost of capital and understand the basics of discounted rates and periods
Be able to use a DCF model to build a total value of the firm with core and non-core assets
Understand the basics of discounted rates and periods
Build the bridge between enterprise and equity valuation
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