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Corporate Finance : A Valuation Approach

Corporate Finance : A Valuation Approach - 97 edition

ISBN13: 978-0070050990

Cover of Corporate Finance : A Valuation Approach 97 (ISBN 978-0070050990)
ISBN13: 978-0070050990
ISBN10: 0070050996
Cover type: Hardback
Edition/Copyright: 97
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Publishing Company
Published: 1997
International: No

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Corporate Finance : A Valuation Approach - 97 edition

ISBN13: 978-0070050990

Simon Z. Benninga and Oded Sarig

ISBN13: 978-0070050990
ISBN10: 0070050996
Cover type: Hardback
Edition/Copyright: 97
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Publishing Company

Published: 1997
International: No
Summary

Designed for courses in corporate finance, this text is a detailed description of the valuation process, providing an integrated, comprehensive method for valuing assets, firms, and securities across a wide variety of industries. The presentation begins witn a review of financial and accounting techniques, proceed with a presentation of the valuation process, leading towards the development of pro-forma financial statements and the translation of these projections into values. A key strength of this text is teaching students how to use pro forma financial statement as a basis for valuation.

Author Bio

Benninga, Simon Z.: Wharton-University of Pennsylvania


Sarig, Oded : Tel Aviv University

Table of Contents

1. Financial Valuation Tools
2. Using Financial Reporting Information
3. Valuation: Processes and Principles
4. Building Pro Forma Financial Statements
5. Analyzing the Firm's Environment
6. Analyzing the Firm's Operations
7. J. M. Smucker--Projecting Financial Performance
8. Capital Structure and the Cost of Capital
9. Estimating Discount Rates
10. Valuation by Multiples
11. Valuing the Firm's Debt
12. Valuing Equity Cash Flows Directly
14. Final Remarks