Industry-Specific Issues in Cost of Capital Determination

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June 14, 2012
Mark O. Dietrich, CPA/ABV
Kevin R. Yeanoplos, CPA/ABV/CFF, ASA

Summary

Defined as the rate an investor requires to justify investing, or the rate a firm must offer to attract capital, the determination of a cost of capital is heavily dependent on industry-specific considerations. From the costs to risks to performance against market benchmarks, much can change from one industry to the next. In this exclusive webinar, BVR welcomes valuation experts Kevin Yeanoplos and Mark Dietrich for an examination at how cost of capital is determined in the construction and healthcare industries. Join Yeanoplos and Dietrich to learn the ins, the outs, the pitfalls, and the keys to success in determining a logical and defensible cost of capital in these two, highly challenging industries.
Industry-Specific Issues in Cost of Capital Determination
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