As an extension of this handbook, you have access to example transactions to illustrate the concepts and provide real-world applications of the techniques discussed herein. Each example deal is provided by an actual investor or lender based on a real situation and includes the following:
- Case company
- Case industry
- Case description
- Case country
- Type of transaction
- Situation and shareholder objectives
- Transaction value
- Investor/lender's solution and deal structure
- Firm profile and category
- Investment/lending criteria for publication
- Status as a cross-border deal
- Firm contact information
To access the online database of examples, go to www.MiddleMarketMA.com and register using reader code MMMA2012.
Transaction Valuationa is an alternative method for valuing businesses in the context of a merger or acquisition. In concept, the transaction value is the optimized value that simultaneously meets the multiple objectives of the buyer and seller. It uses the discounted cash flow (DCF) technique, often known as the income approach, but its execution and implementation include additional value drivers.
The Transaction Valuation method uses the DCF technique, but, unlike current methods, it does so in compliance with the basic principle of discounting, which is the time value of money. Discounting ...