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Basics of Valuation: How to Determine the Value of Anything
February 27, 2017
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Eastern Standard Time
Valuing assets, projects, investments or just different alternatives can be daunting even though it is a major responsibility for many financial professionals. There are three general approaches to valuation; discounted cash flow (DCF), relative (multiples), and contingent claim. While these approaches can yield different estimates of value, this course will explain the reasons for such differences and provide a way of determining how to select the right model for a specific task. This seminar will also help develop clear guidelines for the valuation process and introduce time-tested models which can be utilized by the corporate finance professional.
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- Discuss the basics of valuation models
- Understand how to apply DCF and free cash models to both equity and the entire enterprise
- Determine when to apply relative valuation (multiples) models to both equity and the entire enterprise
- Compare option pricing models and their impact on valuation
SpeakerDubos J. Masson, PhD, CTP, FP&A, Cert ICM
Clinical Associate Professor of Finance, Indiana University, Kelley School of Business
Over the past 20 years, Dr. Dubos Masson has been providing business and financial consulting and training services to a wide variety of corporations, financial institutions, and not-for-profit organizations in the U.S., Canada, and abroad. D.J. has held faculty academic positions at numerous institutions including the University of Denver and Northwestern University. He is currently an Associate Clinical Professor of Finance at Indiana University’s Kelly School of Business.
Additionally, D.J. is an instructor and curriculum developer for the Association for Financial Professionals’ CCM Review, Treasury Management Solutions Series, and Cash Management Essentials. He is also the primary author/editor for the third edition of Essentials of Treasury Management, Treasury Management Guide and Treasurer’s Handbook of Financial Management.