Today many people have to do with company valuations, be it in accounting, M&A, or asset management. However, in everyday use numerous complex issues tend to pop up. Our seminars use concrete examples to show how to deal with typical valuation problems.
In a world of constantly changing accounting rules it is in your interest to understand and track the inputs and their influence on different valuation methods. This is why we offer workshops that aim at an integrated understanding of company valuation with consideration of international accounting. Besides technical questions, like calculating the concrete capital costs, we also show some of the problemsresulting from the use of accounting rules.
This seminar is directed at managers and executives who so far had little to do with accounting and key performance indicators, or who want to refresh their knowledge. They learn what figures matter to finance professionals, and how they are processed in company valuation models. They also get to know the fundamentals of different valuation methods (like earning-capacity value, discounted cash flow, economic value added) so they are able to understand advantages and problems of the different approaches.
The seminar aims at analysts, portfolio managers, investor relations managers, and experts as well as executives who deal intensively with company valuations, or who want to deepen their knowledge. For this seminar it is advisable to already have some fundamental knowledge of company valuation methods.
The company valuation process with multiples
Problems of earnings calculations
The topics will mainly be shown using concrete examples taken from real companies. Looking at different kinds of companies will highlight the problems of sales and margin estimations, balance sheet prognoses, and capital costs calculation.