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Business Valuation: Using Financial Analysis to Measure a Company's Value 2nd ed


ISBN13: 9781780682891
Published: February 2015
Publisher: Intersentia Publishers
Country of Publication: Belgium
Format: Paperback
Price: £75.00 - Unavailable at Publisher



What determines a company’s financial health and what drives company value? Knowledge on financial analysis and business valuation is not always accessible for non-financial specialists such as managers with a more strategic focus. Nevertheless, having this intellectual skill-set can leverage your ability to make better strategic decisions. Therefore, the authors have structured this book in a way that enables non-specialists to grasp all the relevant financial information using tools that allow efficient financial analyses.

For non-financial experts the book starts by presenting the essentials of financial analysis and business valuation in a structured way. However, this book is not only written for non-financial specialists, as more experienced readers may also find new perspectives for conducting financial analyses. Professionals who work with relatively ‘static’ financial data concerning solvability and debt will welcome the more dynamic financial toolset incorporated in this book. This toolset will enable them to get to the heart of the (financial) matter faster by focusing on relevant data. By making the relevant financial analyses this book gives the reader a better insight in the company’s value not just by explaining theory, but by also showing how you can use the output of the financial analyses to challenge the forecasted data that will determine the price you get or have to pay.

Subjects:
Commercial Law
Contents:
Introduction (p.
1)

PART I. FINANCIAL ANALYSIS
CHAPTER 1. THE BALANCE SHEET (p.
11)
CHAPTER 2. WORKING CAPITAL REQUIREMENTS, MANAGERIAL BALANCE SHEETS AND MATCHING (p.
43)
CHAPTER 3. BALANCE SHEETS AND STRATEGIC DECISION-MAKING (p.
59)
CHAPTER 4. PROFIT AND LOSS STATEMENTS (p.
77)
CHAPTER 5. PROFIT AND LOSS STATEMENTS AND STRATEGIC DECISION-MAKING (p.
87)
CHAPTER 6. FORECASTS FOR MANAGERIAL BALANCE SHEETS AND PROFIT AND LOSS STATEMENTS (p.
111)
CHAPTER 7. A SEVEN-STEP SEQUENCE AND CONCLUSION (p.
123)

PART II. COMPANY VALUATION
CHAPTER 8. KEY VALUATION CONCEPTS (p.
127)
CHAPTER 9. FOUR MAIN VALUATION METHODS (p.
155)
CHAPTER 10. WEIGHTED AVERAGE COST OF CAPITAL (p.
183)
CHAPTER 11. VALUATION WITH DISCOUNTED CASH FLOW AND ECONOMIC PROFITS (p.
205)
CHAPTER 12. FINANCIAL ANALYSIS AND COMPANY VALUATION (p.
241)
CHAPTER 13. ADDITIONAL VALUATION INFO AND TIPS FOR ADVANCED USERS (p.
253)
CHAPTER 14. CONCLUSION (p.
281)

Bibliography (p.
287)