EQUITY VALUATION
A Guide to Discounted Cash Flow and Relative Valuation Methods

This monograph is a guide on how to value common equity in a single or multi-business corporation with on-going operations. It provides the reader with a clear and detailed understanding of how the theories of corporate valuation can be put into practice.

Two valuation techniques are discussed and their application demonstrated. These are the Free Cash Flow Approach and the Relative Valuation Approach.

The cash flow and relative valuation techniques examined in this monograph are demonstrated through the valuation of a Canadian company, Canada Packers Inc., using actual financial data. The valuation of Canada Packers illustrates how the theoretical concepts discussed throughout the monograph can be applied in practice.

This extensive case study, as well as the in-depth demonstration of the theoretical and practical aspects of equity valuation, especially as they apply in Canada, differentiates this monograph from others.


The following files accompany "
EQUITY VALUATION: A Guide to Discounted Cash Flow and Relative Valuation Methods." In order to access these files, you will require the password which is provided with the monograph

CP_README.doc
CP_STDHSTY.xls
CP_STDPROJ.xls
UPDATE.pdf

 

George Athanassakos
Professor of Finance &
Ben Graham Chair in Value Investing

Office: Ivey - New Building 3352
Phone Number: 519-661-4096
E-mail:
gathanassakos@ivey.uwo.ca

BA (Thessalonica, Greece); MA, MBA, PhD (York)
 


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