Corporate Valuation - Part 2

Corporate Valuation - Part 2


This eCourse consists of two modules. Acquisition comparables analysis, or transaction comparables, is one of two methods that can be used to determine the relative value of a company (the other is trading comparables, which uses the position and performance of other companies to give an indication of the value of a target company). Module 1 describes how analysts decide on the precedent transactions to include in a transaction comps analysis, how they calculate the offer premium and deal price, and which metrics they analyze as part of the valuation.

Discounted cash flow (DCF) analysis is a valuation technique used by analysts to derive the intrinsic value of a company based on projected cash flows. Module 2 describes each of the key steps involved in a DCF analysis, demonstrating how analysts create a model that outputs an implied share price for a company by discounting its forecast future free cash flows.


On completion of this course, you will be able to:
- Identify the key steps required when performing a transaction comparables analysis
- Recognize the key questions that analysts must answer when determining precedent transactions
- Calculate and analyze deal premiums
- Derive a valuation range
- Identify the steps involved in a DCF valuation, and the advantages and disadvantages of the approach
- Calculate a firm’s unlevered free cash flows
- Recognize the two methods used to calculate the terminal value of a company
- Calculate the weighted average capital of cost (WACC) used to present value free cash flows
- Calculate an implied share price for a company as part of a DCF valuation


Module 1: Corporate Valuation - Transaction Comparables
Topic 1: Basics of Transaction Comparables
Topic 2: Determining a Deal List
Topic 3: Calculating & Analyzing Deal Premiums
Topic 4: Deriving a Valuation Range

Module 2: Corporate Valuation - DCF Analysis
Topic 1: Basics of DCF Valuation
Topic 2: Forecasting Unlevered Free Cash Flows
Topic 3: Calculating Terminal Value
Topic 4: Discounting the Cash Flows Using WACC
Topic 5: Calculating an Implied Share Price


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Non-Member: HK$780
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