Электронная книга: Frank Evans C. «Valuation for M&A. Building Value in Private Companies»

Valuation for M&A. Building Value in Private Companies

The only resource available to help calculate investment value versus fair market value Whether buying or selling, the question of«what's it worth?» is multifaceted. In an M&A setting, it is necessary to compute fair market value, but it is far more important to compute investment value-the value of the target company to a strategic buyer. This calculation varies with each prospective buyer, depending on synergies, benefits, and other competitive analyses that are seldom involved in business valuation. Valuation for M&A is the first book to focus on valuation for merger and acquisitions. This groundbreaking guide provides document request checklists, sample interview questions, a format for adjusting financial statements, a format for developing discount rates, a format for computation of net cash flow, and a valuation reconciliation form, all to help senior executives and M&A professionals better negotiate a successful deal. Frank C. Evans is a certified business appraiser (CBA), Accredited Senior Business Appraiser in Business Valuation (ASA), and CPA (accredited in business valuation) and David M. Bishop is a Master Certified Business Appraiser (MCBA), Accredited Senior Business Appraiser in Business Valuation (ASA), Fellow of the Institute of Business Appraisers (FIBA), and Business Valuator Accredited for Litigation (BVAL).

Издательство: "John Wiley&Sons Limited (USD)"

ISBN: 9780471217299

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Valuation for M&A. Building Value in Private CompaniesDiscover the tools necessary to determine what your company's value is, what drives its value, and how to enhance that value during an M&A transaction. The only book to focus on valuation… — John Wiley&Sons Limited (USD), электронная книга Подробнее...6178.75электронная книга

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