Investment and Business Valuation

Investment and Business Valuation 3.2

Evaluating a wide range of investment proposal and business valuation scenarios
 
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The Investment and Business Valuation template is ideal for evaluating a wide range of investment, financial analysis and business case scenarios. While it is based on the traditional discounted cash flow method of valuation, its also provides 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. The key features of the Investment and Business Valuation model include: Ease and flexibility of input, with embedded help prompts; Cost of capital calculation; 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; Evaluation of new investments or changes to existing investments; Unique 'finite' terminal value calculation alternative to mimic investment life cycles; and Unique Comparative Investment Score can be set to evaluate and prioritise different investments, depending on the prevailing business environment.

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