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Oil & Gas Sector Modeling:02 – M&A Valuation of Noble Energy & Rosetta Resources


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£10 inc VAT (was £99)
Offer ends 31 December 2019
Study method
Online, self-paced
Duration
1 Hour
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Lifetime access
Qualification
No formal qualification
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  • Certificate of completion available and is included in the price

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Noble Energy & Rosetta Resources M&A Valuation

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In this course, we will first understand about the various terminologies being used in merger modeling. Post which, we will go through with the detailed merger model, wherein we will learn, how to create assumption sheet, calculation of the purchase price. Further, we will also understand the how the merger deal would be funded. There are various expenses such as the financing expenses, advisory fees, purchase price allocation that would be calculated with specific to the deal.
Next comes the main part of M& A valuation where we would be doing the accretion/dilution analysis and preparing the sensitivity tables.

Description

Noble Energy & Rosetta Resources M&A Valuation

In this course, we will first understand about the various terminologies being used in merger modeling. Post which, we will go through with the detailed merger model, wherein we will learn, how to create assumption sheet, calculation of the purchase price. Further, we will also understand the how the merger deal would be funded. There are various expenses such as the financing expenses, advisory fees, purchase price allocation that would be calculated with specific to the deal.
Next comes the main part of M& A valuation where we would be doing the accretion/dilution analysis and preparing the sensitivity tables.

We have used company’s result press releases and investor presentation to find out relevant data, hence this can assure the reliability of any past data and future projections.

Course Objective:

  • To understand the merger modeling process of any company from Economy, Industry to Company (EIC framework)
  • To learn how to determine if a merger is feasible or no.

Who is this course for?

  • Students who are pursuing CFA, MBA (finance), CA
  • Professionals in the field of investment banking/equity research

Requirements

  • Basic Accounting and MS Excel Knowledge
  • Passion to learn

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