Advanced Business Valuation: Global Education by iiBV (eLearning Course)
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- International Cost of Capital: Global Education by iiBV
- Introduction and course objectives
- Review of CAPM and inputs
- Country risk
- Relative Volatility Model (RVM)
- Erb-Harvey-Viskanta Country Credit Rating Model
- Country Yield Spread Model
- The Damodaran Model
- Summary and special topics
- Review questions
- Valuing Early Stage Companies: Global Education by iiBV
- Definitions of value
- Stages of company development
- Developing rates of return
- Financing early-stage companies
- Estimating value for early-stage companies
- Modeling complex capital structures
- Modelling complex capital structures - Current Value Method (CVM)
- The Option Pricing Model (OPM)
- Probability Weighted Expected Return Method (PWERM)
- Hybrid Model
- Review questions
- Case studies
- Current Value Method case study
- OPM case study
- PWERM case study
- Hybrid Method case study: Salalah, Ltd. Part II
- Valuing Minority Interests: Global Education by iiBV
- Overview of Control Premium and Discount for Lack of Control
- Example of Adjustments to Cash Flow for Non-Market Expenses
- When Should a Control Premium Be Considered?
- Common Assignments Requiring Minority Interest Valuations
- Measuring the Control Premium
- The Market Participant Acquisition Premium
- Discount for Lack of Marketability (DLOM)
- Black Scholes Option Model
- Initial Public Offering Studies
- Restricted Stock Studies
- Sanity Check
- Review Questions
- Valuing Intangible Assets: Global Education by iiBV
- What is an Intangible Asset and Why Do We Need to Value Them?
- Identification of Intangible Assets
- Documentation of Intangible Assets
- Categories of Intangible Assets
- Characteristics of Intangible Assets
- MPEEM Valuation Methodology for Intangible Assets
- Contributory Asset Charges (CAC) in the MPEEM
- Tax Amortization Benefit (TAB) in MPEEM
- Greenfield Method and Relief from Royalty Method
- Profit Split Method and Other Methods
- Case Study – Wahmi Limited
- Course Review Questions
- Black Scholes Option Modeling
- The Black Scholes Option Model
- The Language of Options
- The Assumptions within the Black Scholes Model
- Some of the Intellectual Heritage behind the Model
- Core Building Blocks of Model
- Euler’s Number or the Exponential Number and Natural Logarithms
- Continuous Compounding and Discounting
- Application to the BS Model
- Volatility and Returns
- The Risk-Free Rate and Dynamic Hedging
- The “N” Function in the BS model
- The Derivation of N (d2) - Strike Price
- The Value of N(d1) in the Model
- Application to Private Companies
- Course Review Questions
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Additional Course Details
BVR's eLearning courses are broken down into easy-to-understand modules, with quizzes throughout to test your learning and understanding of the topic. At the end of the course, you'll earn a Certificate of Knowledge to add to your arsenal of valuation accomplishments.
Software requirements: None
Program level: Beginner to Intermediate
Videos/Materials: 56 modules across 5 courses
Estimated time to complete course: 8 hours of video. Estimated 14 hours to complete.
CPE credits: There is no CPE available for this course.
Course authors/editors: John Barton
Course advisors: Michael Badham, Anton Lezhja, Andrew Strickland, John Barton, and Jared Waters
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Q: Can I earn CPE for eLearning courses?
A: Currently there are no courses approved for CPE. CPE is subject to approval by NASBA and updated information will be noted in the "additional course details" section when available.
Q: How do I earn a Certificate of Knowledge?
A: Complete all required modules and pass the quizzes (70% pass rate or higher). Complete the course evaluation form at the end of the course, and a certificate will be emailed to you following verification of completion.
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A: The course is in English.
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A: Yes. You are able to retake quizzes and tests, and also go back and review the material as needed.
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