Selected research, articles and analysis from our senior advisors.
Preferred Valuation Technique: Discounted Cash Flow
In the previous article we examined the popular EBITDA Multiple approach to estimating a company’s value. Discussing its benefits and limitations, we concluded that while the EBITDA Multiple worked as a starting point, serious buyers and sellers needed a more nuanced valuation technique like Discounted Cash Flow (DCF). Both methods determine the value of a […]Read More
Valuation 101: the EBITDA Multiple
Last month we took a high-level look at different approaches to valuing a company. We noted that, because of their ability to reflect the future economic benefits of an ongoing business, cash flow methodologies are most commonly used in business valuation. These include applying a multiple to an income or cash flow number, capitalizing cash […]Read More
Overview of Valuation Methods
Correctly valuing a business is central to any successful M&A transaction. As much art as science, valuation strives to quantify the financial benefits of owning the business today and in the future. Here we kick off a series of articles examining different valuation approaches, limitations, and best practices. This piece introduces the core principles of […]Read More
Last month, we discussed how acquirers can select and work most productively with an M&A advisor. Here we conclude this buy-side article series with a look at acquisition integration. Though we typically end our formal engagement at deal closing, we always emphasize acquisition integration for two reasons: 1. Regardless of how rigorous your selection, due diligence […]Read More