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Business Valuation - Income Approaches - Discount or Capitalization Rates - Weighted Average Cost of Capital ("WACC")
... The WACC method determines the subject company’s actual cost of capital by calculating the weighted average of the company’s cost of debt and cost of equity ... The WACC must be applied to the subject company’s net cash flow to total invested capital ... the valuator may elect to calculate WACC according to the subject company’s existing capital structure, the average industry capital structure, or the optimal capital structure ...
Business Valuation - Market Approaches - Guideline Public Company Method
... Guideline Public Company method entails a comparison of the subject company to publicly traded companies ... public companies are sufficiently similar to each other and the subject company to permit a meaningful comparison, then their multiples should be similar ... companies identified for comparison purposes should be similar to the subject company in terms of industry, product lines, market, growth, margins and risk ...
Elements of Business Valuation - Normalization of Financial Statements
... The valuer may adjust the subject company’s financial statements to facilitate a comparison between the subject company and other businesses in the same industry or ... published industry data is presented and the way that the subject company’s data is presented in its financial statements ... The subject company’s financial statements may be affected by events that are not expected to recur, such as the purchase or sale of assets, a lawsuit, or an unusually large revenue or expense ...
Business Valuation - Market Approaches
... in identifying public companies that are sufficiently comparable to the subject company for this purpose ... Also, as for a private company, the equity is less liquid (in other words its stocks are less easy to buy or sell) than for a public company, its value ... could be a vertical value-chain approach where the subject company is compared with, for example, a known downstream industry to have a good feel of its value by building useful correlations with its ...

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