The Implied Private Company Pricing Line
BVR's Webinar Series
Thursday, November 7, 2013
10:00am-11:40am PT • 1:00pm-2:40pm ET
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In the September, 2013 issue of Business Valuation Update™, experts Robert Dohmeyer, Peter Butler, and Rod Burkert laid out a new approach to cost of capital estimation for private businesses whose revenues are less than $10 million. Their model, the Implied Private Company Pricing Line, seeks to eliminate "pitfalls for unsystematic risk, liquidity, small stock premium, PTE taxes, and cash/leverage by utilizing real transaction market-clearing prices between buyers and sellers of comparable small private businesses." In their webinar of the same name, Dohmeyer and Burkert present their model in an expanded, interactive format.
- Review flaws of current BUM/CAPM models for developing discount rates
- Underlying theory and development of IPCPL
- Practical example and illustration using IPCPL
- Questions and answers
- Learn how IPCPL seeks to resolve flaws of widely used cost of capital models
- Learn the theoretical underpinnings of IPCPL and the source of its data
- Learn the strengths and merits of IPCPL for private company valuation
- Learn how to apply IPCPL in your practice
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