Marquee Group Training Seminar: DCF Valuation Analysis

| January 22, 2020
Submitted by Danielle Little for SE-CPD
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Attend a training session with the Marquee Group, Canada’s leading provider of financial modeling training, on Saturday, February 8.

This one-day seminar combines interactive discussions with hands-on Excel computer work. The session is geared toward students interested in a career in finance, who have ideally completed at least one Corporate Finance course.

In this seminar, participants will:

  • Discuss various valuation methodologies and the appropriateness of using a Discounted Cash Flow (DCF) methodology to value a business.
  • Incorporate a DCF analysis into a financial model.
  • Properly calculate a company’s levered or unlevered free cash flows.
  • Build a terminal year in the model to create a steady-state perpetual cash flow.
  • Discuss various methodologies to value the terminal period.
  • Review and discuss common DCF errors.
  • Use a number of powerful Excel tools to sensitize the outputs.
  • Incorporate appropriate credit ratios that impact a company’s covenants.

Participants will need a laptop with Microsoft Excel and should be proficient with the program and have a solid grasp of corporate finance.

Date: Saturday, February 8

Deadline to register: February 2
Cost: $125, includes a handbook to take home.

Learn more and register for the seminar on OSCARplus under business events. Connect with Danielle Little if you have questions.

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