Why take this course
  • Provides a solid foundation in applied corporate valuation in a condensed, practical manner (for both finance and
    non-finance job functions)
  • Essential foundation before interviews and internships
  • Enhances the learning experience in finance and financial statement analysis classes

CORPORATE VALUATION

Physical Book Only
DESCRIPTION

This dynamic self-study provides hands-on experience in today's most widely used corporate valuation methods used by practitioners in real-world situations such as initial public offerings (IPO), leveraged buyouts (LBO), and mergers and acquisitions (M&A). It’s the perfect preparation for interviews or before taking a deeper dive into valuation and modeling topics. This course is the self-study version of one of our most popular live training programs at top investment banks, consulting firms, and other Fortune 500 companies, as well as the top MBA programs.

KEY FEATURES

  • Includes a core book
  • Over 250 pages of real-world examples, pen and paper exercises, and professional insight
  • Estimated time to complete is 12-15 hours
  • Note: There is no online / multimedia content for this product

TOPICS COVERED

  • Investment banking and mergers and acquisitions (M&A) overview
  • Corporate valuation terminology
  • Public comparables analysis
  • Acquisition comparables analysis
  • Discounted cash flow analysis
  • Merger consequences analysis
  • Leveraged buyout analysis

PREREQUISITES

  • This course requires basic accounting knowledge. The Fundamentals of Financial Accounting & Analysis self-study fulfills this prerequisite

TESTIMONIALS

  • “Better than my MBA!”
  • “My first year of B School included a two day workshop where TTS came to campus and worked us through this entire course in person. The conceptual and technical information within this coursepack is great. I actually used them my first week of my MBA internship when valuing an acquisition target and presenting my valuation, along with a comps analysis, to senior management.”