M&A: Free Cash Flow (FCF) Modeling

M&A: Free Cash Flow (FCF) Modeling
2 hours course
Certification free
Course by EdX
M&A: Free Cash Flow (FCF) Modeling
What will you learn?
Identify Free Cash Flow from Accounting Data
Recognize how to compare Free Cash Flow to Net Income
Recognize the Drivers of Free Cash Flow
Identify the steps to calculate Cost of Capital
Identify the steps to use Free Cash Flow for Capital Budgeting Decisions
Recognize the relationship between Free Cash Flow and Economic Value Added Value Acquisitions using Free Cash Flow
Recognize how to develop a Free Cash Flow approach to Incentive Compensation
About the course

One of the primary functions of a broker-dealer’s M&A; desk is advisory services – consulting clients as they seek to grow through M&A.;

In this course, you will learn to use the Free Cash Flow metric to evaluate acquisition opportunities. You will learn about the components of Free Cash Flow and its relationship with market value. You will also learn about the process of capital budgeting and guidelines to follow.

This course is part of the New York Institute of Finance’s popular Mergers & Acquisitions Professional Certificate program.

M&A: Free Cash Flow (FCF) Modeling
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Steve Literati
Steve Literati
Instructor NYIF
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