Private Company Valuation
How Credit Risk Reshaped Equity Markets and Corporate Finance Valuation Tools (Global Financial Markets)
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|Format: ||Hardcover, 301 pages|
|Other Information: ||biography|
|Published In: ||United Kingdom, 01 October 2012|
The recent crisis in financial markets has seen a gradual erosion of risk-free asset classes. In equity markets the credit risk has reached a critical level in valuation. Here a new cost of equity method for private companies is presented based on the pricing of junior subordinated notes. Global business cases are illustrated to support this.
Table of Contents
Introduction Private Companies' Equity Valuation Methods Cost of Equity for Private Companies: the Integrated Pricing Model Integrated Pricing Model in USA Integrated pricing model in Japan Integrated pricing model in China Integrated pricing model in Russia Integrated Pricing Model in India Integrated Pricing Model in Italy
About the Author
Professor Gianluca Oricchio is currently General Manager at Campus Bio-Medico University Hospital, and a senior consultant for Moody's Analytics, having previously held senior capital and risk management positions at several global financial institutions including UniCredit Group, Capitalia SpA, and Banca di Roma SpA. Professor Oricchio holds a Ph.D. in International Accounting and has written a number of books on financial markets, corporate finance and risk management, including Basel III Credit Rating Systems: An Applied Guide to Quantitative and Qualitative Models (Palgrave Macmillan, 2011) and Credit Treasury: A Credit Pricing Guide in Liquid and Non-Liquid Markets (Palgrave Macmillan, 2011).
"In Valuing Private Companies, Oricchio has created an innovative framework for considering the true cost of capital impacting private firms. By adapting tools and techniques from the credit markets to value companies, Oricchio has brought new, exciting and practical thinking to the corporate finance field. Highly recommended." Erik Banks, Executive Vice President, UniCredit Group
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