Advanced Business Valuations Modeling

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Advanced Business Valuation Modeling

(Online Certificate Course)

The Valuation course unfolds over 10 Days (60 Hours) Study material. It will cover 2 to 3 new topics every day with 90 Min Theory and 210 min of modeling workshop on Microsoft Excel. Every other week we will have a Revision session of 150 Min. Students upon completing three multiple choice quizzes, a final valuation project, and a multiple choice final exam. Successful completion of the course results Certificate in Advanced Business Valuation Professional

  • Course learning objectives:
    • Understand the difference between equity value and enterprise value Learn how to calculate various equity and enterprise value multiples
    • Understand the drivers of equity multiples and value a business using equity multiples Calculate and analyze valuation multiples
    • Learn the most common multiples: EV/Revenue, EV/EBITDA, EV/EBIT, P/E Know when each type of multiple is appropriate to use Appreciate the drivers of equity and enterprise multiples
    • Value a company using comparable company analysis Value a company using precedent M&A transactions
    • Learn how to value a business using discounted cash flow techniques.
    • Complete Excel-based case studies and solutions as well as a PDF valuation reference guide that can be used while taking the course and downloaded to your computer for future reference.
    • Calculate free cash flows to the firm and to equity
    • Outline the main drivers of free cash flows Value a business using a two-stage DCF valuation model
    • Learn how to calculate the cost of equity, cost of debt and the weighted average cost of capital.
    • Calculate Beta in an Excel spreadsheet Calculate an organization’s weighted average cost of capital (WACC)
    • Create a football field chart to summarize the various valuation methods used in the analysis: Comps, Precedents
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    • Basic Statistics:- Students should have an understanding of basic statistics, from how to summarize data (with statistical moments) to how to analyze relationships between variables (correlation and regression).
    • Financial Statement Analysis Since the raw data for valuation comes from financial statements, being able to read financial statements (income statements, balance sheets and statements of cash flows) will help a great deal when you actually have to value companies.
    • Time Value of Money Understanding why there is a time value for money and being able to move cash flows across time (by discounting and compounding) is an essential component of valuation. This may be as simple as understanding how to use present value equations or functions.