Valuatum’s Company Valuation Model is the most sophisticated and flexible tool for high-quality corporate analysis and value determination. The functionally versatile model offers a deep and detailed approach to the operations and earnings mechanism of the analysed object. The Company Valuation Model is suitable for analysis and value determination of listed companies as well as private equity objects in different development stages.
In the model, an analyst maintains the target company’s income statement, balance sheet and cash flow statement based on easily controllable estimate parameters. Based on the parameters given, the model calculates discounted cash flow (DCF) and economic value added (EVA) values as well as other valuation multiples and ratios. The model offers seamless interfaces e.g. to Bloomberg, ThomsonReuters, and Dun & Bradstreet (D&B) information systems, which enables comprehensive peer group valuation and financial statement downloads. Proprietary input sheets and user specific estimates can be linked to the model.
Both academics in finance and leading investment analysts have participated in the development work of Valuatum’s Company Valuation Model. The model follows instructions compiled by the Danish, Norwegian, and Finnish societies of financial analysts. The generic structure of the model makes analysis and value determination systematic, comparable and logical in any situation. The different versions of the model support analysis of service and industrial companies, as well as banks and insurance companies.
Features include e.g.
- Automatic balance sheet equalization
- Automatic year change and quarter change
- Ready-made interfaces e.g. to Bloomberg, ThomsonReuters, and Dun & Bradstreet (D&B)
- DCF, EVA and peer group analysis