James Hitchner R. Financial Valuation Workbook. Step-by-Step Exercises and Tests to Help You Master Financial Valuation
by arigot_ on 01.12.2017
Краткий анонс книги James Hitchner R. Financial Valuation Workbook. Step-by-Step Exercises and Tests to Help You Master Financial Valuation. Whether youre learning valuation for the first time or simply need guidance on an unfamiliar situation, Financial Valuation Workbook provides a key resource for any business valuation professional. Expert tips are highlighted throughout to provide additional insight in specific situations, and exercises from basic to advanced map to established training processes. This new fourth edition features a brand new expanded case study for real-world insight, accompanied by exercises with explanations that deepen the learning process. Delve into the intricacies of valuation with a new expanded case study and expert tips Follow checklists and flowcharts for each phase of the valuation process Use reports, information requests, and other tools that help organize your workflow Test your understanding with over 300 exercises organized by major area Organized into standard, recognized, and easily identified sections that lend themselves to quick refreshers as well as start-to-finish study, this book is a truly useful resource for beginner and veteran alike. This book provides hands-on practice alongside useful tools and valuable insight to help solidify your understanding of the many facets of this complex field. Packed with tools, resources, and over 300 exercises, this book helps novices get a handle on the complex valuation process, while helping more experienced practitioners organize their engagements. Checklists, flowcharts, reports, information requests, and other resources help streamline the workflow and ensure thorough review, while in-depth coverage places the complexities of the field front-and-center. Practical valuation exercises with real-world application and expert insight Financial Valuation Workbook cuts the learning curve in half, with practical training for use with any valuation textbook. Valuation is as an art, as well as a science, and simply reading a textbook only goes halfway toward true learning—applying what you learn is critical.