Valuation and Investment Appraisal

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Global Professional Publishi, 2002 - Business & Economics - 340 pages
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Highlights key elements of financial statements
Uses worked examples throughout

A unique practitioner's insight into key aspects of corporate finance and treasury management. Focuses on the evaluation of investment decisions, by highlighting the key elements of financial statements and the ratios therein and their relevance to the financial analyst in the valuation of companies. This book uses worked examples to show just how financial statements and ratios can be interpreted, and different valuation methods can be employed, to assess the company's strategic position within its industry and evaluate its business and marketing plans to produce accurate financial forecasting. It also examines the main sources of finance available to companies and the impact of the type of finance raised on the valuation of investment.
 

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Contents

Financial statements and analysis
1
Industry analysis and financial forecasting
29
Investment appraisal
57
Cost of capital I
83
Cost of capital II
103
Sources of capital and capital structure
131
Corporate valuation with DCF
165
Valuing shares
195
Alternative DCF valuation approaches
225
Valuation in MA MBOs and venture capital
245
Shareholder value
269
Suggested solutions to questions
281
Index
331
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