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Company Valuation, Financial Modelling and Analysis

Company Valuation - Discover DCF, Cost Valuation, Ratios, Comps, Precedent Transactions, EVA, WACC, CAPM and much more!


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Offer ends 31 December 2022
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Duration
8.8 hours
Qualification
No formal qualification
Optional extras

Digital certificate included in price


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Overview

What you'll learn

  • As a Gift of Knowledge to you, I have made Section 5 The Role of Ratios in Comparative Valuation free to preview, even if you choose not to enroll.

  • Key Principles in Valuation, including Intrinsic Value and Time Value of Money

  • Cost Valuation and under or over valuation with Tobin's Q

  • The Role of Ratios in Comparative Valuation

  • Comparable Company Valuation - "Comps"

  • The Dangers of Rule of Thumb Valuations

  • Precedent Transactions Analysis

  • Economic Value Added and Market Value Added

  • Understanding Free Cash Flow in DCF Valuation

  • A Strategic Analysis of Business Drivers in Company Valuation

  • Calculating the Discount Rate using the CAPM and WACC

  • Risk Measurement and the Cost of Capital

  • Discounted Cash Flow Modelling

  • The Dividend Discount Model (Gordon's Growth Model)

  • Ability to Pay Analysis

  • Sum of the Parts Analysis

  • Valuation Complexity in Corporate Finance Valuation

  • Valuation in Mergers and Acquisitions Transactions

  • How to value Private Companies (3 different ways) and why its so difficult

  • Warren Buffet and Value Investing

  • The Efficient Market Hypothesis

  • Valuation in the New Economy - valuing Internet Companies and Startups

  • How to Present Your Valuations in a Football Field Graph

Curriculum

25
sections
109
lectures
8h 46m
total

Description

Welcome to this Company Valuation, Financial Modelling and Analysis Course

The complete Company Valuation Course for Finance Professionals taught by a 30 year Financial Professional!

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As a Gift of Knowledge to you, I have made Section 5 The Role of Ratios in Comparative Valuation free to preview, even if you choose not to enroll.

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We have divided this course into six sections (as explained in the second previewable lecture):

  • Introduction & Principles

  • Asset Based Valuation

  • Market Based Valuation

  • Intrinsic Valuation

  • Advanced Valuation

  • Results Presentation

In the first sections of this course you will discover:

  • What is meant by Valuation

  • The difference between Value and Price

  • Key Principles in Valuation, including Intrinsic Value and Time Value of Money

  • Cost Valuation and under or over valuation with Tobin's Q

  • The Role of Ratios in Comparative Valuation

  • Comparable Company Valuation - "Comps"

  • The Dangers of Rule of Thumb Valuations

  • Precedent Transactions Analysis

  • Economic Value Added and Market Value Added

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"The best thing a human being can do is to help another human being know more"

Charlie Munger, Billionaire and Vice Chairman Berkshire Hathaway

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Then in the comprehensive Discounted Cash Flow Sections (a course within a course) which is a close study of Intrinsic Valuation, you will discover:

  • Introduction to Discounted Cash Flow and what we mean by Present Value

  • Understanding Free Cash Flow in DCF Valuation

  • A Strategic Analysis of Business Drivers

  • Calculating the Discount Rate using the CAPM and WACC

  • Risk Measurement and the Cost of Capital

  • Discounted Cash Flow Modelling

  • The Dividend Discount Model (Gordon's Growth Model)

  • Ability to Pay Analysis

  • Sum of the Parts Analysis

    We then go on to discuss more Advanced Topics in Valuation which will set you out from the crowd

  • Complexity in Corporate Finance Valuation

  • Valuation in Mergers and Acquisitions Transactions

  • How to value Private Companies (3 different ways) and why its so difficult

  • Warren Buffet and Value Investing

  • Margin of Safety

  • The Efficient Market Hypothesis

  • How to be your own Value Investor

  • Valuation in the New Economy - valuing Internet Companies

  • How to value a Startup

  • How to Present Your Valuations in a Football Field Graph

This course also includes a series of "Mini Models" in Excel for you to download and work with.

These include:

  • Ability To Pay Analysis.xls

  • Basic Discounted Cash Flow Model Example.xls

  • Case Study Apple Book Value Per Share.xls

  • Cash Flow Valuation 3 Measures Model.xls

  • COMPANY VALUATION COURSE MODEL.xls

  • Comparable Transactions Model.xls

  • DCF and EVA Check Calculation.xls

  • eCommerce Valuation Simple Model.xls

  • Football Field Valuation Graph.xls

  • Football Field Vertical Graph Model.xls

  • Margin of Safety Calculator.xls

  • Score Card Startup Valuation .xls

  • WACC Exercise.xls

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“The most important investment you can make is in yourself.”

Warren Buffet, Chairman Berkshire Hathaway

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PLUS Every Slide Deck in the course is available to download!

Why should you choose this course?

Company valuation is a core topic for every finance professional. You simply cannot afford NOT to know this topic.

  • Investment Banking

  • Equity Research

  • Private Equity

  • Venture Capital

  • Asset Management

  • Consulting/Advisory

  • Enterpreneurship

What makes us qualified to teach you?

This is a Company Valuation course taught by a 30+ year, Managing Director level, Investment Banker - from a practical perspective

Who is this course for?

  • Senior Executives responsible for their firm’s growth, portfolio, and investments
  • Chief Executive Officer Chief Investment Officer Chief Financial Officer Consulting Director Corporate Vice President Director of Financial Reporting Director of Financial Services Director of Regulatory Affairs Director of Risk Management
  • Mid-level Managers responsible for accounting, valuation, research, financial modelling and smaller-scale investment decisions
  • Quantitative Analyst Accountant Financial Services Manager Investment Manager Acquisition Manager Equity Analyst Certified Public Accountant Chartered Global Management Accountant Chartered Financial Analyst
  • Professionals in investment banking and finance who are responsible for sourcing, executing and managing deals, as well as building relationships with investment banks and private investors
  • Investment Banker Financial Advisor Investor in Venture Capital Investor in Distressed Assets Private Banker
  • Legal Professionals working as legal counsel to investment banking, finance or law firms
  • Junior Associate Midlevel Legal Counsel Senior Associate Attorney Senior Legal Counsel Partner Regulation and Compliance Attorney Hedge Fund Paralegal Risk Management Paralegal
  • Consultants advising client organisations on financing and investing decisions
  • Consultant Senior Consultant Partner Finance Consultant Investment Consultant M&A Consultant

Requirements

  • A computer with Excel installed

  • A basic understanding of Excel will be helpful but not essential

  • Enthusiasm, Energy and a willingness to learn

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Optional extras

Digital certificate

Reed courses certificate of completion is included in course price

Additional information:

Will be downloadable when all lectures have been completed

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