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Unformatted text preview: 2]: [12] FCFt\\Ku = FCFt - (Et-1 + Dt-1) [WACCt - Kut] Expression [12] is obtained by making [11] equal to [1]. 4 - IESE Business School-University of Navarra Likewise, we can talk of a sixth method (using the business risk-adjusted equity cash flow), although this is not actually a new method, but is derived from the previous methods: Method 6. Using the business risk-adjusted equity cash flow and Ku (required return on assets). Equation [13] indicates that the value of the equity (E) is the present value of the expected business risk-adjusted equity cash flows (ECF\\Ku) discounted at the required return on assets (Ku): [13] E0 = PV0 [Kut; ECFt \\Ku] The definition of the business risk-adjusted equity cash flows (ECF\\Ku) is [14]: [14] ECFt\\Ku = ECFt - Et-1 [Ket - Kut] Expression [14] is obtained by making [13] equal to [3]. Method 7. Using the economic profit and Ke (required return on equity). Equation [15] indicates that the value of the equity (E) is the equity’s book value plus the present value of the expected economic profit (EP) discounted at the required return on equity (Ke). [15] E0 = Ebv0 + PV0 [Ket; EPt] The term economic profit (EP) is used to define the accounting net income or profit after tax (PAT) less the equity’s book value (Ebvt-1) multiplied by the required return on equity. [16] EPt = PATt - Ke Ebvt-1 Method 8. Using the EVA (economic value added) and the WACC (weighted average cost of capital). Equation [17] indicates that the value of the debt (D) plus that of the shareholders’ equity (E) is the book value of the shareholders’ equity and the debt (Ebv0+ N0) plus the present value of the expected EVA, discounted at the weighted average cost of capital (WACC): [17] E0 + D0 = (Ebv0+ N0) + PV0 [WACCt ; EVAt] The EVA (economic value added) is the NOPAT (net operating profit after tax) less the company’s book value (Dt-1 + Ebvt-1) multiplied by the weighted average cost of capital (WACC). The NOPAT is the profit of the unlevered company (debt-free). [18] EVAt = NOPATt - (Dt-1 + Ebvt-1)WACC t Method 9. Using the risk-free-adjusted free cash flows discounted at the risk-free rate Equation [19] indicates that the value of the debt (D) plus that of the shareholders’ equity (E) is the present value of the expected risk-free-adjusted free cash flows (FCF\\ RF) that will be generated by the company, discounted at the risk-free rate (RF): [19] E0 + D0 = PV0 [RF t ; FCFt\\RF] The definition of the risk-free-adjusted free cas...
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