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Authors: Brian Kettell
Published by: Centre for Islamic Banking and Finance
Published in: 2001
Length: 14 pages
Data source: Generalised experience

Abstract

This is the first of a two-note series (201-054-6 and 201-055-6) designed to examine what existing valuation models in corporate finance tell us about valuation issues for a new type of company, namely technology and Internet companies. In Part One we describe some of the valuation issues involved and demonstrate some of the techniques available for valuation. In Part Two we develop these ideas by looking at what could be called ad hoc valuation techniques which, at times, have all had their adherents.

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Abstract

This is the first of a two-note series (201-054-6 and 201-055-6) designed to examine what existing valuation models in corporate finance tell us about valuation issues for a new type of company, namely technology and Internet companies. In Part One we describe some of the valuation issues involved and demonstrate some of the techniques available for valuation. In Part Two we develop these ideas by looking at what could be called ad hoc valuation techniques which, at times, have all had their adherents.

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