Advanced Valuation

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Advanced Valuation

Advanced Valuation

$1,936.00 $2,200.00 Save $264.00

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Overview

*Early bird pricing above available through June 30th, 2019.

Whether it’s managing a portfolio, preparing for an imminent merger or acquisition, or marveling over the newest dollar figure attached to a tech wunderkind, valuation is the key to parsing and understanding the numbers. Taught by Professor Aswath Damodaran, one of the leaders in the field, Advanced Valuation is for analysts, financial officers, and portfolio managers seeking a deeper understanding of valuation, and the skills and knowledge to confidently make financial decisions.

Through video lectures, live Q&A sessions, and a hands-on valuation project, students will learn how to estimate the value of any business, small or large, private or public, in a developed or an emerging market. They will also be able to price businesses using earnings, book value, revenue, or other pricing multiples and comparables.

This course includes a free bonus course for students looking to enhance their accounting skills: Essentials of Financial Accounting taught by NYU Stern Professor Amal Shehata.

Certificates and Credits

Upon completion of this course, participants will receive a Certificate of Achievement.

Program Takeaways

  • Business Value Estimation

    Gain the skills needed to estimate the value of any business, small or large, private or public, in a developed or an emerging market
  • Pricing Methodologies

    Learn to use earnings, book value, revenue, or other pricing multiples and comparables to price any business
  • Data-Driven Storytelling

    Grow your confidence with numbers and develop the storytelling skills you need to complement your numerical skills

Who Should Attend

Although there are no formal education or background requirements, this course is designed for participants who meet the criteria below. While we strongly encourage global participation, please note that all courses are taught in English. Proficiency in written and spoken English is required.

  • Years of Experience

    Participants with all levels of work experience are welcome to attend
  • Job Functions

    Ideal for analysts, financial officers, and portfolio managers
  • Prerequisites

    Intended for individuals with knowledge of financial statement analysis, basic statistics, time value of money, and Microsoft Excel; additionally, students must have a desktop or laptop computer with an internet connection

Agenda

The following agenda is a sample and subject to change.

Week 1

  • Course Introduction
  • Valuation: The Big Picture
  • Introduction to Intrinsic Value

Week 2

  • The Risk Free Rate
  • The Equity Risk Premium
  • Live Q & A Session 1

Week 3

  • Relative Risk Measures
  • The Costs of Debt and Capital

Week 4

  • Estimating Cash Flows
  • Estimating Growth
  • Live Q & A Session 2
  • Quiz 1

Week 5

  • Terminal Value
  • Value Enhancement

Week 6

  • From Asset Value to Equity Value
  • Acquisition Ornaments
  • Live Q & A Session 3

Week 7

  • Dilution & Illiquidity
  • Narrative to Numbers

Week 8

  • The Pricing Imperative
  • The Most-Used Multiple
  • Live Q & A Session 4
  • Quiz 2

Week 9

  • Other Earnings Multiples
  • Book Value Multiples

Week 10

  • Revenue Multiples and Mopping Up
  • Live Q & A Session 5

Week 11

  • Private Company Valuation
  • The Essence of Real Options

Week 12

  • The Option to Delay
  • The Option to Expand & Abandon
  • Live Q & A Session 6
  • Quiz 3

Week 13

  • Valuing/Pricing Start-Ups & Young Companies
  • Valuing/Pricing Declining & Distressed Companies

Week 14

  • Valuing/Pricing Financial Service Companies
  • Valuing/Pricing Cyclical & Commodity Companies
  • Live Q & A Session 7

Week 15

  • Valuation: Looking Back & Looking Forward
  • Live Q & A Session 8
  • Final Exam
  • Final Project

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