Equity Value # Enterprise Value
Enterprise Value vs. Equity Value Overview Enterprise value and equity value are two common ways that a business may be valued in a merger or acquisition. Both may be used in the valuation or sale of a business, but each offers a slightly different view. While enterprise value gives an accurate calculation of the overall current value of a business, like a balance sheet, equity value offers a snapshot of both current and potential future value. Pre-money valuation refers to the value of a company not including external funding or the latest round of funding. Post-money valuation includes outside financing or the latest capital injection. It is important to know which is being referred to, as they are critical concepts in valuation.
- Simplify the understanding and calculation of:
- Enterprise Value • Equity Value.
- Pre-money valuation
- Post-money valuation Who should attend?
- Non finance professionals
- Start-ups founders
- Financial Accountants
- Chief Accountants
- Finance Managers
Definition of Enterprise Value and Equity Value
Calculation of Enterprise Value and Equity Value