Monte Carlo: Applications, Examples and Best Practices for Valuation (eLearning course)
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Monte Carlo: An Introduction
- Why Monte Carlo?
- Benefits to Using Monte Carlo Simulation
- Ways to Deal With Uncertainty (1 of 4)
- Ways to Deal With Uncertainty (2 of 4)
- Ways to Deal With Uncertainty (3 of 4)
- Ways to Deal With Uncertainty (4 of 4)
- Why is Monte Carlo Such a Valuable Tool?
- Gathering the Inputs: Prospective Financial Information
- The Process
- Reviewing the Results
- How Many Trials Should I Run?
- How "Granular"?
- Using Monte Carlo to Develop PFI
- PFI Simulation Triangular Distributions
- Non-technical overview
- Monte Carlo Testimonial
Monte Carlo: Valuing Equity and Derivative Securities
- Valuing Equity
- Variable Payout and Simple Capital Structure
- Variable Payout and Complex Capital Structure
- Share Award Example
- Variable Vesting Example
- Valuing Equity Shared Based Compensation
- Down Round-Warrants
- Private Company Complex Capital Structure
- Addressing Volatility
- Warrants Example
- Generating a Volatility Input
- European Call Option
- Path Dependent Option
- Relative Shareholder Total Return
- Anti-Dilution Protection
- Alternative Stock Price Simulation
Monte Carlo: Contingent Considerations
- Contingent Considerations
- Business Combinations
- Valuing Earnouts in Uncertain Times: Overview of FAS 141R Requirements
Monte Carlo: Cost of Capital Applications
- Adaptive discount rate
- Capturing risk
- Supplement to the Single Period Capitalization Method-added
- Simulation and Optimization
- In Progress Research and Development
- Expected Present Value
Monte Carlo: Legal
- Daubert Issues
- Daubert Issue: Improper analysis
- Attack point: "It has never been done" (1 of 6)
- Attack point: "False precision" (2 of 6)
- Attack point: "Using improper models" (3 of 6)
- Attack point: "Improper distribution" (4 of 6)
- Attack point: "High coefficient" (5 of 6)
- Attack point: "Statistics" (6 of 6)
- Quiz: Attack Points
- Case Law: Nanovation
- Case Law: Lyondell vs Occidental
- Case Law: TriboFilm
- Case Law: Vernon v Cuomo
Monte Carlo: Best Practices
- Picking the right distribution model
- Monte Carlo or Latin Hypercube
- Monte Carlo or Latin Hypercube Example 2
- Mean Median & Mode
- Failure Probability
- Selecting the Best Distribution
- Interpretation of Diagnostics
- Tip: Determining the Probability of an Event
- What Auditors Want
Monte Carlo: Tools and Additional Resources
- Using Oracle Crystal Ball for Monte Carlo Simulation
- Monte Carlo Software Comparison
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
Number of modules to complete: 70
Prerequisites: Knowledge of business valuation
Program level: Advanced
Videos/Materials: 8.7 hours of video (100 minutes are optional) + additional reading material and quizzes
Estimated time to complete course: 10+ hours
CPE credits: There is no CPE available for this course.
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- Brad Pursel
- Dave Duffendach
- Dave MacAdam
- Jared Hannon
- Jason Andrews
- Mark Zyla
- Mike Pellegrino
- Oksana Westerbeke
- Scott DeMarco
- Summer Parrish
- Todd Patrick
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Q: How do I earn a Certificate of Knowledge?
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