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Prerequisite Courses
To get the most out of this course, you should have completed the following:

If you are unsure whether this course is right for you, please contact Miranda Lane (info@financetalking.com)

Equivalent Online Course
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Related Course
The following course is closely related to this course.

Understanding & Communicating Company Value – Virtual

4 Hours, 9am - 1pm Developing Skills

This course focuses on the valuation of listed companies, covering discounted cash flow valuation and valuation using multiples. We cover the inputs analysts need for their models and the importance of guidance. We use a real company example to show you how the key variables affect valuation and to consider what needs to be communicated in order to achieve a fair value.


  • Appreciate how companies are valued
  • Be able to identify key valuation drivers
  • Learn how to communicate for value

What's Included

  • Access to a virtual classroom with a series of online courses to help you consolidate your learning
  • Colour-coded course materials
  • A copy of The FinanceTalking Financial Glossary (pdf)
  • Email or phone your tutor if you have questions

After the course, you will have access for 4 months to the following eLearning courses which will help you consolidate your knowledge:

What you will learn

The Big Picture

  • Key valuation concepts
  • The investment decision-making process

Valuation Using Discounted Cash Flows

  • Overview of DCF valuation
  • Key inputs to analysts’ models
  • The importance of guidance
  • Real company example including a simple DCF model

Understanding P/E Ratios & Other Multiples

  • P/E ratios
  • EV ratios and other multiples
  • Understanding price targets and recommendations
  • Real company example

Summary & Conclusion

  • Using communications to influence valuation

How you will learn

We use Zoom to deliver our virtual events

  • Very simple to use
  • Access the event on your laptop or tablet (or even your phone)
  • Discussions and case studies via breakout groups
  • Quizzes and polls