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Basics / Fundamentals of Valuation
The resources below offer an introduction to valuation concepts for professionals seeking to learn fundamentals of a new concept or method, without going too deep into technical nuances.
Valuation using peer groups and transaction multiples, a primer A valuation multiple is a ratio, normally the market value of a firm’s enterprise value or equity value (based on market cap in the case of public companies, and based on transaction value in the [...]
Intermediate / Valuation Professionals
Our intermediate resources offer a comprehensive look at common concepts across a variety of valuation related matter, and provide some insights into best practices for financial services professionals.
Ideas for an improved peer selection process Context: Valuation is all about comparison. You either compare the company to be valued (the “valuation object”) with valuation levels of similar listed companies (“Peers”), with valuation levels when comparable companies where sold in the past (“Transactions”) or [...]
Advanced / Valuation Experts
Valutico’s expert knowledge base focuses on showcasing some of the leading thoughts advancing the valuation profession and on offering a point of view on complex topics where subjectivity and professional judgment most benefits from expert guidance.
In this webinar Valutico and Steve Shaw explain the impact of risk from Covid 19 on the alpha of a valuation and explore risk grading https://youtu.be/iZvZxgRctbI Automated Transcript (may contain some transcription errors) Mathieu Guerville 0:02 clarify starting that right now. And I guess [...]
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