Small Business Valuation Methods: How to Evaluate Small, Privately-Owned Businesses

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نام کتاب : Small Business Valuation Methods: How to Evaluate Small, Privately-Owned Businesses
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عنوان ترجمه شده به فارسی : روش‌های ارزش‌گذاری کسب‌وکارهای کوچک: نحوه ارزیابی کسب‌وکارهای کوچک و خصوصی
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ناشر : Palgrave Macmillan
سال نشر : 2021
تعداد صفحات : 182
ISBN (شابک) : 3030897184 , 9783030897185
زبان کتاب : English
فرمت کتاب : pdf
حجم کتاب : 3 مگابایت

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A Practical Book
The Target of the Book
The Purpose of the Book
The Limits of the Book
Practical Reading of the Book
About the Author
List of Figures
List of Tables
1 Enterprise Value, Company Value, and Other Essential Financial Data
1.1 Definition of Two Essential Aggregates
1.1.1 Enterprise Value
1.1.2 The Fair Market Value of Equity
1.1.3 Case Study Showing the Differences Between the Two Aggregates
1.1.4 Fundamental Equations
1.1.5 Market Efficiency and Behavioral Finance
1.2 The Strategic Positioning of a Company
1.3 Method Comparison and a Few Recommendations
1.4 Key Takeaways and Limitations
References and Further Reading
2 Asset-Based Approach to Valuation
2.1 The Net Worth of a Company
2.2 Adjusted Net Asset Value Method
2.2.1 Essential Income Statement Adjustments
Adjustments Due to Under-Investments
The Business’s Owner Remuneration or Compensation Package
Lease Payments and Rents
Exclusion of Non-recurring Items
Case Study of a Normalized Income Statement
2.2.2 Essential Asset Adjustments
The Net Book Value, an Imperfect Valuation Measurement
The Value of Intangible Assets
Leased Assets on the Balance Sheet
Real Estate Valuation Review
Goodwill Impairment
2.2.3 Essential Equity and Liability Adjustments
The Fair Market Value of Loans
Convertible Bonds Reclassified as Equity
Provisions Reclassified as Equity or Debt
Off Balance Sheet Liabilities
Minority Interest of Non-controlling Interest
2.2.4 Case Study of a Family Owned Real Estate Investment Company
2.2.5 Adjusted Net Asset Value Case Study
2.3 The Capitalized Excess Earnings or Goodwill Method
2.3.1 Intangible Assets and Goodwill
2.3.2 Implementation of the CEEM or Goodwill Method
Excess Net Earnings
Excess Operating Earnings
Excess Earnings Duration
2.3.3 Goodwill Valuation Case Study
Company Euphoria Financial Details
Excess Net Earnings Method
Excess Net Operating Earnings Method
Findings and Conclusion
2.4 Key Takeaways and Limitations
References and Further Reading
3 Fundamental Value or DCF Approach to Valuation
3.1 Fundamental Value Definition
3.2 The Two-Stage DCF Method
3.3 Generalities on the Forecast and Scenarios
3.4 Free Cash Flows
3.4.1 Free Cash Flow to the Firm
3.4.2 Free Cash Flow to Equity
3.4.3 Company SEGI’s Free Cash Flows Case Study
SEGI’s Operating Cash Flow
SEGI’s Investment Cash Flow
SEGI’s Free Cash Flow to the Firm
SEGI’s Free Cash Flow to Equity
3.4.4 Free Cash Flow Summary
3.5 Cost of Equity
3.5.1 The Methods Used
3.5.2 The Issues and Ambiguities of the Risk Premiums
3.5.3 Estimated Cost of Equity for a Small Business
3.5.4 Implementation of the Build-Up Method
3.6 Weighted Average Cost of Capital (WACC)
3.7 Dividend Discount Model
3.8 DCF Case Study (Company SEGY)
3.8.1 Free Cash Flows and Assumptions
3.8.2 Indirect DCF Method
Step 1 of the Calculation
Step 2 of the Calculation, Equity Value Estimate
3.8.3 Direct DCF Method
3.8.4 Estimated Equity Value
3.9 Key Takeaways and Limitations
References and Further Reading
4 Market Approach to Valuation
4.1 Precedent Transaction Analysis
4.2 The P/E Multiple Approach
4.2.1 Potential Valuation Case Study
4.2.2 P/E Dynamics
The Credit Risk Factor
The Estimated Growth in Net Income
The Level of Interest Rates
4.2.3 P/E Limitations
4.3 The EV/EBITDA Multiple Approach
4.4 Other Comparative Valuation Approaches
4.4.1 The Price-to-Book Value Multiple
4.4.2 Cash Flow Multiples
4.4.3 Valuation with a Non-Financial Multiple
4.5 Market Multiple Adjustments
4.6 Case Study with the P/E and EV/EBITDA Multiples
4.6.1 Company Y’s Financial Data
4.6.2 Comparison Between the P/E and EV/EBITDA Multiples
4.6.3 Equity Value Calculation with the Two Sector Multiples
4.6.4 Equity Value Calculation with the Leader Multiples
4.6.5 Equity Value Calculation with the Laggard Multiples
4.6.6 Equity Value Overview
4.6.7 The Business Valuation Professional’s Decision
4.6.8 The Drawbacks of Historical Averages
4.7 Key Takeaways and Limitations
References and Further Reading
5 Full Valuation Case Study (Company SEGA)
5.1 Generalities on the Applied Valuation Methods
5.2 Presentation of Company SEGA
5.3 Adjusted Net Asset Value
5.3.1 The Adjusted Net Asset Value Method
Income Statement Adjustments
Balance Sheet Adjustments
Adjusted Equity
5.3.2 The CEEM or Goodwill Method
The CEEM Using Excess Operating Earnings
The CEEM Using Excess Net Earnings
5.3.3 Asset-Based Equity Value Estimates
5.4 Discounted Cash Flow Methods
5.4.1 Valuation According to the Optimistic-Case Scenario
5.4.2 Valuation According to the Pessimistic-Case Scenario
5.4.3 DCF Value Estimates
5.5 Precedent Transaction Analysis and Market Multiple Valuation
5.5.1 Precedent Transaction Analysis
5.6 Adjusted P/E Multiple
5.6.1 Dividend Discount Model
5.6.2 EV/EBITDA Multiple Valuation
5.6.3 Market Value Estimates
5.7 Estimated Equity Value of Company SEGA
5.7.1 Results
5.7.2 The Valuation Professional’s Decision
References and Further Reading
General Bibliography, Webography, and Further Reading

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