Valuation Differences Between Emerging Market Companies and U.S. Companies: Corporate Valuation in Brazil, India, China and Other Developing Nations
Emerging markets, such as China, India and Brazil are growing in economic influence on a global basis. Increased financial activity related to these markets necessitates a higher number of valuation assignments. Valuing an emerging market business involves a certain number of deviations from the standard approach followed in developed markets like the U.S. and Western Europe. In this webinar, Jeff Hooke will discuss the process of valuation in emerging markets and how it differs. He is the author of two valuation books dealing with the subject: “Security Analysis on Wall Street” (John Wiley, 2015, Second Edition) and the “Emerging Markets a Comprehensive Guide for Corporations, Lenders and Investors” (John Wiley, 2001).
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