Valuation of Companies

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Valuation of Companies

Postby nsnisha.singh2008@gmail.com » Thu Nov 06, 2014 5:34 am

Could you please me the concept of Fixed Capital Investment while valuating a company? Is it just increase in CAPEX or increase in CAPEX and CWIP?

The template provided for Coal India has calculated just CAPEX while the template for FMCG case study calculates both CAPEX and CWIP.

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Valuation of Companies

Postby edupristine » Thu Nov 06, 2014 10:57 am

Both increase in CAPEX and CWIP are considered in a balance sheet while valuing a company.

I am not sure which templates you are talking about. You may connect with me at nidhib@eneev.com, if needed for sharing any file or templates.


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