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Terminal value is the value of an investment
at the time of its maturity. This value is
decided, by considering current va...
Terminal
Value
1. The
Perpetuity
Growth Model
2. Exit
Approach
1. The Perpetuity Growth Model
Where,
g = Perpetuity growth rate (at which FCFs are
expected to grow)
WACC= Weighted Avera...
2. Exit Approach
This is another way of determining terminal value of cash
flows by using a multiplier of some income or c...
While dealing with terminal value we should
understand:
• It is based on forecasting, so in future there
can be fluctuatio...
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  1. 1. Terminal value is the value of an investment at the time of its maturity. This value is decided, by considering current value, interest rate and stable growth rate. Terminal Value Investors An investment can be a Bond or an Asset. Formula for calculating Terminal Value : TV=Principal / (1 + Interest Rate)^Time
  2. 2. Terminal Value 1. The Perpetuity Growth Model 2. Exit Approach
  3. 3. 1. The Perpetuity Growth Model Where, g = Perpetuity growth rate (at which FCFs are expected to grow) WACC= Weighted Average Cost of Capital This model assumes that the company will continue its historic business and it generates FCF’s at a steady state. In this method Terminal Value is calculated as: Terminal = Final Projected Free Cash Flow *(1+g)/ (WACC-g) Value
  4. 4. 2. Exit Approach This is another way of determining terminal value of cash flows by using a multiplier of some income or cash flow measure such as net income, NOPAT, EBITDA. Example: If you invest $20 and after specific time period if you sell this investment for $100, then this is an Exit multiple of 5x. Following is the formula used: Terminal Value= EBITDAn * Exit Multiple Where n= terminal year of the projection period
  5. 5. While dealing with terminal value we should understand: • It is based on forecasting, so in future there can be fluctuations in real time values which may cause increase or decrease in actual terminal value. • Hence one cannot simply rely on it completely. CONCLUSION
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