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The primary objectives of management and corporate finance teams should be to maximize or increase shareholder value. To increase value, you must be able to measure value. Thus ‘valuation’ becomes a critical function of the corporate finance team in any organization.
There are many ways to value a company but the most common methods of valuing a company are the discounted cash flow method, multiples based valuation and options based valuation. This infographic addresses valuation using the discounted cash flow method. The discounted cash flow method of valuation essentially values a company or asset at today’s value of all future cash flows that will be generated from that company or asset.
Discounted Cash Flow Valuation Infographic – An infographic by the finance tutoring team at GraduateTutor.com.
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Discounted Cash Flow Valuation Infographic – An infographic by the team at finance tutoring team