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LBO & Merger Modelling

Training: Training : LBO & Merger Modelling

Mon, 27/09/2010 - 08:30 for 3 days
Conducted by: Eureka Financial
Duration: 3 days
Alternative dates: Alternative dates available?

 This computer based 3 day course is designed to provide you with an in-depth understanding of LBO and merger modelling methods in order to make effective business decisions based on sound valuation of businesses.

You will have a chance to learn about the core concepts of the LBO and merger modelling, establishing the financing and structuring of a deal, modelling various types of acquisitions and disposals as well as assessing the debt capacity of a company. 

You will gain the tools to value and account for a merger of two businesses and explore the concept of synergy valuation. 

By the end of the training you will be able to:

Understand the core concepts of LBO modelling and why transactions work and fail

Determine the purchase price

Establish the financing and structuring of a deal

Be able to build an LBO model including the sources of funds statement and debt waterfall schedules

Assess the debt capacity of a company

Be able to analyse the various capital structures available in an LBO deal and their impact on return

Model various types of acquisitions and disposals

Generate an accretion/dilution analysis

Using cash and the P/E of cash analysis

Explore the accretion/dilution ratio vs. wealth generation

 

Prerequisites: To attend this course, participants should have an intermediate knowledge of accounting,  a good working knowledge of financial modelling and Excel and a good understanding of traditional valuation methodologies. 


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