Navigation Through the Maze in Complex Debt Instruments Valuation

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January 27, 2021
Mark L. Zyla, CPA/ABV, CFA, ASA
Rajesh C. Khairajani, CPA/ABV, ASA
Faisal Lakhani, CFA, ACA
fair value for financial reporting
AICPA, fair value, gordon growth model, monte carlo, tax, discounted cash flow (DCF), fair market value (FMV), valuation methodology, debt, black scholes option pricing model, debt valuation, debt instruments


Global convertible security issuance has surged in the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak as companies rush to raise cash to see them through the economic impact. This has resulted in an increase in demand for fair valuation requirement for convertible instruments. However, determination of fair value of convertible instruments can be a challenging task. Multiple provisions and attributes of the underlying security need to be considered and modeled. Join Mark Zyla, Rajesh C. Khairajani, and Faisal Lakhani for a discussion about the convertible securities market in the context of the current economic environment, along with practical demonstrations of the use of Black-Scholes-Morton, binomial lattice, and Monte Carlo models as they apply to convertible debt instrument valuation. See examples of both for initial calibration at the transaction date and for fair value measurements of subsequent period(s). Valuation practitioners, accountants, investors, and attorneys will gain technical expertise as well as current perspective on market conditions from this must-attend webinar.
Navigation Through the Maze in Complex Debt Instruments Valuation
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