In particular, we construct the reference range and football field analysis to complete the valuation picture.
We recommend taking the following courses in order to gain the holistic relative valuation view: Build a detailed, thorough trading comps analysis (analysis of selected publicly traded companies) and learn how to properly construct a relative valuation analysis the correct way as well as how to normalize financials for extraordinary items, non-recurring and restructuring charges.
To hone the concepts learned in this module, be sure to follow-up with our hands-on, Excel-based Merger Modeling Basics course.
Mergers & Acquisitions Overview This merger modeling course builds on top of our M&A Deal Structuring course in which you will build an accretion / dilution merger consequences model.
This course will allow you to quickly understand basics of merger modeling.
Accretion Dilution Model This merger modeling course builds on top of our M&A Deal Structuring course in which you will build an accretion / dilution analysis, a generic "ability to pay" analysis, and a simple merger model slapping together two income statements, selected balance sheet items and cash flow sweep for debt payment.Many financial projection models are based off simple revenue growth rate and expense margin assumptions, resulting in reduced precision in the projection model.This course teaches various approaches to true, bottoms-up, fundamental analysis, from both an "account-by-account" and "business segment" basis (very detailed build-up vs. The results of build-up analysis roll-up into a consolidating income statement that feeds into the Income Statement revenue items.Learn how corporations are valued and the major analytical tools that are used.Go beyond academic theory to real-world methods as used by professionals; includes a crucial primer to Corporate Finance and its non-theoretical application.This course itself isn't terribly complex or difficult, but is very tedious, time consuming and at times frustrating as it requires a great deal of patience, attention to detail and reading comprehension.