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Business Valuation (Intro) (Eng)

The valuation of companies is the most critical part that a financial analyst must perform. That’s why in this online course, we teach you the basic knowledge that you need to know to value a company. We also explain how to calculate the weighted average cost of capital, or Weighted average Costs of capital (WACC)

 

350,00

Description

This course consists on online lessons based on video tutorials with a total duration of almost 2 hours. In addition, study and reference material with excel files to practice and files with solutions are included.

COURSE DETAILS

  • Online mode
  • Immediate Access
  • Without time limit

What will I learn in this business valuation course?

In this course we will study basic concepts that approximate us to be able to determine the value of a company. We are going to use very theoretical and fundamental concepts, which we later want to use in a practical case that we are going to solve on an Excel spreadsheet and in which, starting from the construction of a simple financial model, we will analyze the value of the company and also the value of their actions using different valuation methods.

Specifically, we will use three valuation methods, with the intention of showing how each method, well developed, will lead to the same valuation.

At the end of the course there will be a practical exercise based on a real case of a Spanish SME.

What is the purpose of the course?

The objective of the course is to show practical scenarios of valuation of a company through spreadsheets and a financial model. In the course we give assessment tools that allow, through a perfect financial modeling approach to obtain a value of the company as successful as possible.

There are several valuation methods, but for modeling purposes, the most used method is the cash flow discount method. Using a real example of a private company, we will evaluate it using three methods that mathematically reach the same result.

Javier Cardeñosa

Javier Cardeñosa has more than 15 years of experience in financial areas of multinationals, in industrial and consumer environments and later in technology companies.

In addition, he occasionally collaborates with Funds for M&A operations and financing rounds, preparing Financial Models and Company Sale Papers.

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COURSE DETAILS

This course consists on online lessons based on video tutorials with a total duration of almost 2 hours. In addition, study and reference material with excel files to practice and files with solutions are included.

Chapter 1: Introduction

In this class we explain the mechanics and methodology of the course, as well as facilitating an introduction to the topic of valuing companies from a practical perspective.

Duration: 6:48

Chapter 2: Why do we value a company?

In this class we explain the main reasons that lead to an assessment of a company, as an introduction to the rest of the course.

Duration: 2:30

Chapter 3: Main valuation methods

In this class you will learn the main valuation methods of companies that are currently used.

Duration: 5:33

Chapter 4: Discounted cash flow (DCF)

In this class you will learn the fundamental concepts to understand the discounted cash flow method.

Duration: 8:37

Chapter 5: Theory and formulas on which the evaluation is based

In this class we will discuss the weighted average cost of capital and describe how to calculate it.

Duration: 8:26

Chapter 6: Excel Model

In this class we will present the valuation model in Excel that we are going to build. We calculate the forecast and the free cash flow.

Duration: 15:35

Chapter 7: Excel Model – First method

In this class we will value the company using the first method.

Duration: 15:02

Chapter 8: Excel Model-Calculating the second method

In this class we continue with the same file, but now we perform and explain the calculation according to the second method.

Duration: 14:36

Chapter 9: Excel calculation with the third method

In this class we use the third method to perform the calculation of the company.

Duration: 5:56

Chapter 10: Additional scenarios and conclusion

In this class we have already created a valuation model for a company using three different methodologies, but they come to the same conclusion.

Duration: 9:47

 

As a bonus, a video about corporate valuation is linked to a conference by corporate finance guru Aswath Damodaran on Google.

In addition, Excel’s methods and templates and their solutions are included as study and reference material.

Who is this online course for?

The course is ideal for financial analysts and students who want to learn how to value a company in excel. This course explains the basics and basic concepts to begin in the valuation of companies. Even so, basic knowledge of Excel and accounting is required.

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