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Enterprise Value: Practice Problems (with Answers) FBE 421 1. COMPANY A. a. Assumptions: i. Public company. ii. EBITDA: \$5.0 million. iii. Debt (book value): \$35 million. iv. Equity value (market value): \$22 million. v. Cash: \$8 million. b. Solve for Enterprise Value. i. EV = Debt + Equity – Cash. ii. EV = \$35 mm + \$22 mm - \$8 mm = \$49 mm. c. Solve for Equity Value. i. Market value of equity. ii. \$22 million. 2. COMPANY B. a. Assumptions: i. Private company. ii. Cash: \$4.0 million. iii. Debt (book value): \$15 million. iv. Equity (book value): \$5.0 million. v. EBITDA: \$6.0 million. vi. Comparable companies trade for an EV/EBITDA multiple of 7.0x. b.
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Unformatted text preview: Solve for Enterprise Value. i. EV = EBITDA x Multiple = \$6.0 mm x 7.0 = \$42 mm. c. Solve for Equity Value. i. Equity = EV – Debt + Cash. ii. Equity = \$42 mm - \$15 mm + \$4.0 mm = \$31 mm. 3. COMPANY C. a. Assumptions: i. Public company. ii. Cash: \$30 million. iii. Debt (book value): \$10 million. iv. Equity (market value): \$5.0 million. v. EBITDA: \$2.0 million. b. Solve for Enterprise Value. i. EV = Debt + Equity – Cash. ii. EV = \$10 mm + \$5.0 mm - \$30 mm. iii. EV = -\$15.0 mm. c. Solve for Equity Value. i. Same as the market value of the equity. ii. \$5.0 mm....
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