Valuation: Measuring and Managing the Value of Companies (Wiley Finance)

Valuation: Measuring and Managing the Value of Companies (Wiley Finance)

McKinsey & Company’s #1 best-selling guide to corporate valuation?the fully updated seventh edition Valuation has been the foremost resource for measuring company value for nearly three decades. Now in its seventh edition, this acclaimed volume continues to help financial professionals around the world gain a deep understanding of valuation and help their companies create, manage, and maximize economic value for their shareholders. This latest edition has been carefully revised and updated throughout, and includes new insights on topics such as digital, ESG (environmental, social and governance), and long-term investing, as well as fresh case studies.   Clear, accessible chapters cover the fundamental principles of value creation, analyzing and forecasting performance, capital structure and dividends, valuing high-growth companies, and much more. The Financial Times calls the book ?one of the practitioners? best guides to valuation.?  This book:  Provides complete, detailed guidance on every crucial aspect of corporate valuation Explains the strategies, techniques, and nuances of valuation every manager needs to know Covers both core and advanced valuation techniques and management strategies Features/Includes a companion website that covers key issues in valuation, including videos, discussions of trending topics, and real-world valuation examples from the capital markets For over 90 years, McKinsey & Company has helped corporations and organizations make substantial and lasting improvements in their performance. Through seven editions and 30 years, Valuation: Measuring and Managing the Value of Companies, has served as the definitive reference for finance professionals, including investment bankers, financial analysts, CFOs and corporate managers, venture capitalists, and students and instructors in all areas of finance.

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From the Inside Flap

Not all CEOs, business managers, and financial managers have a deep understanding of value.

McKinsey’s. Valuation: Measuring and Managing the Value of Companies is the seventh edition. With its companion. The model was downloaded. Replacing some of the myths that exist in the corporate world with proven principles of value creation is the knowledge executives need to make value-creating decisions.

Business conditions in today’s volatile global economy have been revised and expanded. The valuation model is in the seventh edition. Practical advice on how to create, manage, and measure the value of an organization is provided.

The. The seventh edition. It provides.

  • An overview of the two core principles of valuation: the idea that return on invested capital and growth drive cash flow, and a conversation principle that anything that doesn’t increase cash flow doesn’t create value (unless it reduces risk).
  • Guidance for using discounted cash flow (DCF) to value a company, with an emphasis on how to analyze historical performance, forecast free cash flows, estimate the appropriate opportunity cost of capital, identify sources of value, and interpret results.
  • An explanation of how to analyze and incorporate in your valuation such complex issues as taxes, pensions, reserves, inflation, and foreign currency, complete with a case-study example.
  • A framework for value creation built upon designing a portfolio of businesses, executing strategic M&A decisions and divestitures, and aligning appropriate capital structure and proper communication of business strategy with the financial markets.
  • An exploration of special situations in which valuation is complex, such as the multi-dimensional challenges of valuing higher growth companies, emerging markets, cyclical companies, and banks; or in the use of option-pricing theory and decision trees in valuations.

It was the best guide in its class for 25 years. The seventh edition of valuation. How to do valuation well is explained. Business managers will learn how to decide among alternative business strategies by estimating the value of each strategic choice, how to assess major transactions such as acquisitions, divestitures, and restructurings, and how to design an effective capital structure to support the corporation’s strategy and minimize the risk of financial distress

From the Back Cover

Allow yourself to be grateful for VALUATION.

The book is one of the best guides to valuation. It’s not like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it The Financial Times.

There is a valuation. It’s a reminder that shareholder value is still the most powerful idea in business and that many criticisms thrown at it are unfair. It’s not like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it The Economist.

A how to guide for corporate executives who want to get at the shareholder values trapped in public companies. It’s not like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it The New York Times.

Executives are focused on what really drives value creation. It’s not like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it Fernando Tennenbaum. The CFO is fromAB InBev.

Clearly articulates both the principles and practical applications of creating value. It’s not like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it John Graham. D. Richard Mead is a professor at Duke University.

The best valuation book is getting better. All executives are required to read it. It’s not like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it Benjamin C. Esty. The Roy and Elizabeth Simmons Professor of Business Administration is at Harvard Business School.

The bible is in the field. Anyone who wants to understand what drives corporate value should read this edition. It’s not like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it’s like it Dr. Raymond Breu. The text refers to the hardcover edition.

About the Author

Tim Keller. A partner in McKinsey’s Connecticut office, he leads a global team of corporate-finance expert consultants. Corporate strategy and capital markets, mergers and acquisitions transactions, and strategic planning and resource allocation have been served by Tim.

His name isMARC GOEDHART. An endowed professor of corporate valuation at the Rotterdam School of Management, he is a senior expert in McKinsey’s Amsterdam office.

He is David WESSELS. He is a professor at the Wharton School. He was named. Businessweek. One of America’s top business school instructors.

MCKINSEY & COMPANY is a company. The text refers to the hardcover edition.

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#137,732 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store) #12 in Valuation (Kindle Store) #53 in Valuation (Books) #191 in Investing Basics

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