Enterprise Valuation Process


With the Enterprise Valuation pipe you can follow a clear path to a company’s value. From screening to approvals and final considerations, you’ll have a standardized process, control over who’s taking care of which case and reports where you can check your monthly valuation average.

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  1. Requester’s name
  2. Requester’s email
  3. Company type
    • Public
    • Private
  4. Brief business description
  5. EBITDA size (in MMs)
  6. Primary competitors
  7. Reason for EV analysis
    • Annual review
    • LL – Not transformative event
    • LL – Transformative event
  8. If ‘Transformative event’ was chosen in the field above:
    • LBO (incl ESOP)
    • Add-on
    • Dividend recap
    • Merger
    • Other
  9. Additional information
  10. 1Attachments
  11. Please attach an initial valuation


  1. Request ID
  2. Assignee
  3. Preparation date
  4. Actual EBITDA size (in MMs)
  5. Additional information


  1. Standards of Value
    • Fair Market Value (FMV)
    • Investment Value
    • Fair Value
    • Intrinsic Value
  2. Approach to Valuation
    • Income Approach
    • Market Approach
    • Asset Approach
  3. Estimated future net cash flows
  4. Risk of non-materialization
  5. Company’s earnings
  6. Enterprise revenue
  7. Enterprise value
  8. Company’s assets
  9. Company’s liabilities
  10. Additional information
  11. Valuation document
  12. Does this EV need to be approved?
    • Yes
    • No


  1. Who will review this valuation?
  2. Adjustments/Comments
  3. Are there any adjustments or corrections needed?
    • Yes
    • No

Final Considerations

  1. Date the valuation was finished
  3. Final valuation (in US$)
  4. Final valuation


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