Corporate Assessment and Due Diligence
The historical development of corporate evaluation, evaluation triggers, the purposes of evaluation, net assets value method, mixed method, earning power method, securities equivalence approach, CAPM, WACC, forecasting company revenue, allowing for taxation in corporate evaluation, entity approach (FCF method, TCF method), equity approach (FTE method), adjusted present value approach, excess profits approach, multiples, strategic overheads on the basis of real options, the main features of arbitration valuation, phases and players in mergers & acquisitions, due diligence, post merger integration management, demerger management.
European Economy & Business Management (Bachelor)
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On successful completion of this class, the students will have knowledge of the most important methods for evaluating a company (profit based methods, DCF, multiples) and are therefore able to actively participate in the selection, evaluation and integration of acquisition objects.