Understanding company valuation is a
key competitive advantage and fundamental for any corporate investment decision
making. This course explores the basics of business valuation, including
how businesses are valued, how equity is valued, and how the enterprise is
valued. Participants will learn the main methods of valuation, their strengths
and weaknesses, and when to apply each.
After successful completion of this course, candidates should be able to:
Learn how to analyze the
historical financial position of company for the business valuation purposes;
approaches and their application;
of Financial statements and Performance of the company Risk analysis.
Who should attend?
and Finance professionals from Bank Collateral Management, Underwriting and
Risk Management units. Note: In order to participate in this course the person should have knowledge in business strategy, accounting and financial management.
Topics we will cover:
Historical financial position and performance: Historical
financial position and performance analysis; Business Strategy;
Determination of Equity Value: Income Approach; Market
Approach; Cost Approach;
Forecasting Financial Performance: The CAPM Model; Forecasting
the Balance Sheet; Forecasting the Income Statement; Cost to Income Ratio; Non-interest
income; Return on Equity; Forecasting Risk Weighted Assets and Regulatory
Upon completion of the training, the participants will be awarded
with a certificate by
Baker Tilly Academy.