Business Valuation Modeling Part II Course Overview
This Business Valuation Modeling Part II course is designed to explore in more depth, some of the valuation techniques introduced in the first part of the Business Valuation Modeling course, as well as review new topics such as merger modeling. This course will walk through the detailed process of constructing a comparable company analysis, merger model, and precedent transaction analysis using data obtained from the S&P Capital IQ platform as well as the Excel plugin tool.
Business Valuation Modeling Part II Learning Objectives
Upon completing this course, you will be able to:
- Explore in detail how to construct a comparable company analysis with financial information obtained directly using the Capital IQ Excel plugin tool
- Understand how to perform a merger analysis on several targets using comparable company data
- Explore in detail how to construct a precedent transactions analysis
- Understand the components of a Public Information Book (PIB) and where to source each of the components
Business Valuation Modeling Part II is a Core Course of CFI’s FMVA® Program
CFI’s Financial Modeling & Valuation Analyst (FMVA)® Program covers a critical body of knowledge that is necessary to become a world-class financial analyst, including financial analysis, financial modeling, valuation, dashboards, and data visualization. This program is designed in a practical and comprehensive way to help students grasp the in-demand industry knowledge and close the skills gap.
Who Should Take This FMVA® Course?
This Business Valuation Modeling Part II course covers the critical knowledge on financial modeling that should be possessed by financial analysts performing business valuation on their jobs. Anyone who would like to start a career in investment banking, financial planning and analysis (FP&A), corporate development, equity research, and other areas of corporate finance should take this course to reinforce their valuation and modeling skills. One would also be able to learn and use Capital IQ in gathering financial data for analysis and valuation.
What You'll Learn
Path to Certification
7 courses from beginner to intermediate level.01Optional
11 courses from beginner to intermediate level.02Required
Take 3 out of 10 courses at an advanced level.03Required
Submit your FMVA®️ checklist and order your certificate.04Required
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FMVA® Financial Analyst Certification
Become a Financial Modeling and Valuation Analyst (FMVA)® by completing all required courses in accounting, finance, modeling, Excel, presentations, and strategy. From beginner to advanced courses you will have the complete training you need to become a world-class financial analyst.