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Praise for CORPORATE VALUATION MODELING + CD
"Valuation is regarded as more art than science. Keith has deciphered the complex and technical skills developed over years of investment banking and corporate finance experience into a logical, usable book that I have not seen after years of M&A work. More than a list of formulae, Keith builds the foundations of very robust knowledge of model logic, construction, and customization, while subtly building a library of extremely useful formula combinations and putting the tools in the workshop for you. This is the book I needed ten years ago."Adam Quinn, Senior Relationship Manager, Professional Services, St. George Institutional andCorporate Bank, and Chief Investment Officer, TAC Capital Investment and Advisory
"This guide enables the user to set out data and assumptions, understand logic, and deliver results. Once you're in control of your model you can apply different scenarios, stress testing, and become the 'go to person' on a deal."Anthony Ditchburn, Associate Director, Financial Institutions Credit, Wholesale Banking, a division of National Australia Bank Limited
Corporate Valuation Modeling takes you step by step through the process of creating a powerful corporate valuation model. Each chapter skillfully discusses the theory of the concept, followed by Model Builder instructions that inform you of every step necessary to create the template model. Many chapters also include a validation section that shows techniques and implementations that you can employ to make sure the model is working properly. Engaging and informative, this reliable resource:
Provides a comprehensive, integrated approach to modeling a corporate entity with the primary goal of determining a firm value
Contains a Tool Box section at the end of each chapter that assists those who may be less skilled in Excel techniques and functions
Walks you through the full process of constructing a fully dynamic corporate valuation model
KEITH A. ALLMAN is the manager of analytics and modeling at Pearl Street Capital Group. He is also the founder of Enstruct, a quantitative finance training and consulting company. Prior to this, he was a vice president in the Global Special Situations Group at Citigroup. Allman has also worked in Citigroup's Global Securitized Markets division modeling conduit transactions and in MBIA Corporation's Quantitative Analytics group. He is the author of the Wiley titles Modeling Structured Finance Cash Flows with Microsoft Excel and Reverse Engineering Deals on Wall Street with Microsoft Excel. Allman received a master's degree in international affairs with a concentration in finance and banking from Columbia University and dual bachelor degrees from UCLA.
I'm using this to do a valuation at work. The book is ok, but some of the pieces don't make any sense. For example, the depreciation schedule is way too simplistic. Read morePublished 1 month ago by donatom
For those interested in valuation modeling, this is a Must Buy. It's great for modeling beginners, but also good for those with more in-depth skills of excel and modeling. Read morePublished 20 months ago by bree1241
This book shows you the basics of financial modeling using Excel and the use of some basic Excel functions that will make your life easier. Read morePublished 21 months ago by C. Ang
I like it...just don't get frustrated with mistakes in references.... Otherwise, easy to follow and very informative. Awesome concept layout.Published on July 23, 2013 by RICO DELOSREYES
Book contains many errors, from incorrectly labelled cells, to incorrect references. They are peppered throughout the book and you will spend half your time looking at the... Read morePublished on May 2, 2013 by anonymous
I purchased this book and I got the CD with it. Here are my remarks:
1. The model provided in the book is incomplete. Read more
Keith Allman truly explains step by step calculations and its variations.
There is concordance between the book and spreadsheets. Read more
This is a great book on valuation that throughly explains a pretty complicated model. Allman essentially gives you a step by step guide behind how to construct the model on Excel... Read morePublished on July 27, 2011 by humpydumpy