“Appraisers pursue a specific objective: to use a range of different approaches to calculate a value for the company assigned to them for appraisal. At the end of their work, they propose an estimate of the company’s “market value”. This estimate will serve as a starting point for discussions between the seller and buyer.
Appraisers must therefore draw out the full potential of the business they are appraising. A single approach will not satisfy this objective, several approaches are required. Because of this, appraisers are required to implement several valuation methods.
In this course, I will help you to explore the two valuation methods most commonly used by valuation professionals: valuation multiples and discounted cash flows (DCF).“
Michel TERNISIEN – The Author
This learning course contains the following chapters
Valuing a company using the multiples approach
Valuing a company using the discounted cash flow approach (DCF method)
Quiz – Most commonly used business valuation approaches
Case study – Valuing a company using the multiples approach
Case study – Valuing a company using the discounted cash flow approach (DCF method)