Investment Valuation Free Download
The Investment and Business Valuation template is ideal for evaluating
a wide range of investment and business valuation scenarios. While it
is based on the traditional discounted cash flow method of business valuation,
it also provides the ability to evaluate economic value added valuation,
accounting impact, and a range of other evaluation parameters. Furthermore,
the step-by-step input flow makes usage straightforward, gaining quick
results to drive Decision Making.
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Key features of the Investment and Business Valuation template:
Investment and Business Valuation template Features:
Use Investment and Business Valuation template FAQs :
- Ease and flexibility of input, with embedded help prompts.
- Economic Value Added valuation with flexibility on identifying economic costs with specific amortization periods.
- Accurate handling of asset purchase, disposal and depreciation with capital and gearing impacts.
- Valuation of new business investments or changes to existing business structures.
- Unique 'finite' terminal value calculation alternative to mimic investment life cycles.
- Unique Comparative Investment Score can be set to evaluate and prioritise different investments, depending on the prevailing business environment.
How can I forecast inputs for the model?
You can use regression methods to produce statistically robust forecasts
as inputs for the model. The Regression Forecasting tool is specifically
designed to accomplish this and can be downloaded here.
Why does the model attribute value to the "PV of capital commitments after year 5"?
A unique feature of the model is to fully account for all actions taken
during the forecast period. Therefore the impact of any remaining capital
commitments after year 5 (resulting from actions taken before year 6)
are discounted back to the end of year 5 and included in the overall
What is Economic Value Added (EVA)?
EVA is a valuation methodology trademarked by Stern Stewart & Co.
What is the "finite" terminal valuation option, and when should I use it?
A unique feature of the model is to provide an alternative to the traditional
perpetuity terminal value calculation. In highly dynamic and competitive
environments common today it is sometimes unreasonable to expect cash
flows to grow at a constant rate into infinity. As products and businesses
mature, decline, and cease to be profitable, this alternative provides
a suitable method for mimicking such life cycles.
Why should I use the Comparable Investment Score (CIS)?
The CIS is a unique feature to benchmark and compare different and competing
investment proposals within your business. It provides an excellent
tool for prioritising business proposals and accelerating approval and
Decision Making processes.
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