- Determine assets and earnings bases for valuing a business, including intangible assets.
- Assess market conditions that cause actual values (share prices) to differ from those calculated using cash, earnings, or asset bases.
- Evaluate business values using the capital asset pricing model (CAPM).
- Asset and earnings based valuation
- Market valuation of businesses
- Capital asset pricing model
How can you add value to your business?
Financial management is fundamentally about creating and managing value, the importance of what "value" is, and knowing what drives it. In this course, you will learn how to use financial statements to value a business, the differences between a share value and a share price, and how "risk" can be measured for an investment.
Value added topics
- Earnings based valuation
- Asset based valuation
- Intangible Assets
- Stock market efficiency
- How risk influences return
Gain experience with detailed exercises
The practical hands-on exercises use real-world examples and are designed to give you insights into business valuation and acquisitions and to help you get a deeper understanding of the variables in business valuation to make the right decisions.
This is a standalone course but if you're interested in more of this type of learning while earning a designation, explore the CGMA® Finance Leadership Program.