Chancery Achieves Fair Value by Blending Three ‘Imperfect Techniques’

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In re DFC Global Corp.
2016 Del. Ch. LEXIS 103
US
State Court
Delaware
Court of Chancery of Delaware
Kevin F. Dages (petitioners); Daniel Beaulne (respondent)
Bouchard

Summary

Court says uncertainty about company’s future performance and viability limits reliability of values derived from DCF and multiples-based comparable company analyses as well as deal price; court blends three “imperfect techniques” to determine fair value.

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In re DFC Global Corp.

Court says uncertainty about company’s future performance and viability limits reliability of values derived from DCF and multiples-based comparable company analyses as well as deal price; court blends three “imperfect techniques” to determine fair value.

Chancery Achieves Fair Value by Blending Three ‘Imperfect Techniques’

Court says uncertainty about company’s future performance and viability limits reliability of values derived from DCF and multiples-based comparable company analyses as well as deal price; court blends three “imperfect techniques” to determine fair value.