adv. fine. man. chapter 18 problem

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Unformatted text preview: Chapter 18 In-Class Practice Problems on FCF and FCFE Valuation 1) Consider a firm with year 0 free cash flows (FCF) of $106.77 million. Assume that these free cash flows are a growing perpetuity, growing at a constant growth rate of 4% per year, forever. Assume that year 0 ended yesterday, and the year 1 free cash flow is exactly one year away. Other information for the firm is as follows: Cost of Debt, R3 = 9%; Cost of Equity, R5 = 21%; Tax Rate = 35%; and the firm uses 33% debt and 67% equity in its capital structure. ____.————-— a) What is the appropriate discount rate at which the free cash flows of the firm should be discounted to compute this firm’s value? b) What is the value of the firm? Solution for question 1 a) The appropriate discount rate to discount PCP and obtain firm value is the WACC. WACC = RS(SI(B+S))) + RB (Bl(B+S))(1—TC) WACC 21*0.67 + 9*0.33*(1— 0.35) = 16% b) Value of the Firm is the discounted PV of the FCFs, discounted at WACC. 0 106.77*(1.04) 106.77*(1.04)2 106.77*(1.04)3 I ------------------ ——| ------------------ --1 ------------------ --l ------------------ --| ------- we PV=? 1 2 3 4 [53(qabgu): debt 491 (516159)”3 7 €010”th V 106.77*(1.04) / (0.16 — 0.04) $925.34 million. 2) Consider a firm with free cash flows to equity (FCFE) of $167.10 million, $212.73 million, and $92.05 million each year for years 1, 2, and 3, reSpectively. Assume that the first free cash flow to equity of $167.10 million is exactly one year away from today. Assume also that after year 3 the FCFE of the firm grows at a constant rate of 7% each year forever. Other information for the firm is as follows: Cost of Debt, R3 = 10%; Cost of Equity, R5 = 18%; Tax Rate = 35%; and the firm uses 25% debt and 75% equity in its capital structure. a) What is the appropriate discount rate at which to discount the free cash flows to equityofthefirm? '___—_——' QS:QJ([email protected])% (\-TC) b) Whatis the shareholder value of the firm? _ Rs: 1% * 13 (Qm ‘92) Solution for Question 2 a) The appropriate discount rate to discount FCFE and obtain shareholder value is R3, the cost of equity. RS = 18% (given in the problem). 167.10 212.73 92.05 92.05*(1.07) b) I ------------------ --l ------------------ --| ------------------ --| ------------------ --l ------- "'9 PV:? 1 2 3 4 s .—. 167101018)1 + 212.73/(118)2 + 92.0510.le + [(92.05)*(1.07)/(0.18 — 0.07)]!(1.18)3 s = 141.61 + 152.78 + 56.02 + 544.97 $895.38 million. a 3:. 757. UP \{L 3) Consider a firm with the following cash flows as of year 0: Sales $800 million Cost of goods sold I 60% of Sales COhS * 1‘ QBOIOOO 1°00 Selling, General, & Admn. Expenses 10% of Sales 1 (50 m Depreciation 10% of Sales 80 m Capital Expenditures 10% of Sales 30 m Net Working Capital 2% of Sales (incurred for the first time in year 0). lb r“ Tax Rate 35% {01.18 0 30113 [L $351111 3% 250m 9500mow Chou“) qwuem‘ : C119 The Sales of the company is expected to grow at a 15% rate over the next year, and at a constant rate of 3% annually thereafter (i.e., Sales for year 1 would be 15% more than the previous year’s Sales, while Sales for years 2 and after would be 3% more than the previous year’s Sales). Compute the Free Cash Flows (FCF) to the firm at the end of years 1 through 3. Solution for question 3 ./’ Tax Rate 35.00% \ Year 1 Growth Rate in Sales 15.00% ‘4‘ ) Terminal (Year 2+) growth rate of "r 15 Q7.) Sales 3.00% (309 “(Aqu Year 0 Year 1 "-Year 2 Year 3 1, m Sales 800.00 920.00 947.60 976.03 - Cost of Goods Sold (60%) -— 480.00 552.00 _ 568.56 585.62 - Selling & Admin. Expenses (10%) " 80.00 92.00 -' 94.76 97.60 — Depreciation Expenses (10%) 4 80.00 92.00 94.76 97.60 f :\\ = EBIT 9: 160.00 184.00 189.52 195.21 EBIT*(1—Tax Rate) 104.00 119.60 € 123.19 126.88 + Depreciation J< 80.00 92.00 194.76 97.60 - Capital Expenditures (10%) ‘04 80.00 92.00 94.76 97.60 Net Working Capital (2%) " lb 16.00 18.40 18.95 19.52 — Increase in NWC ,. 16.00 2.40 I 0.55 0.57 = Free Cash Flow 88.00 117.20 122.64 126.32 @5590 \u \\ ' *\ “Q \ 3&3“ 1 D ‘ J . . XL r6.» ’le Q“ 4) Consider a firm with the following cash flows as of year 0: Sales $600 million Cost of goods sold 50% of Sales Selling, General, & Admn. Expenses 10% of Sales Depreciation 10% of Sales Interest Expenses $100 million each year, forever, except year 2 when it’s $107 million - enema; “Wed ~ Capltal Expendltures 10% of Sales m L m Sécmsed m Net Working Capital None Tax Rate 35% The Sales of the company is expected to grow at a 20% annual rate over the next year, and at a constant rate of 2% annually thereafter (that is, Sales for year 1 will be 20% more than the year 0’s Sales, while Sales for years 2 and after would be 2% more than the previous year’s Sales). Further, the company plans some additional borrowing of $60 million in year 1, and would repay this in year 2. After year 2 there are no more additions or subtractions to the firm’s debt level. The firm’s total year 2 interest expense will be 107 million, while it will be $100 million in all other years. What are the Free Cash Flows to Equity (FCFE) to the firm in years 1, 2, and 3? Solution for question 4 Tax Rate 35.00% ON Year 1 Growth Rate in Sales 20.00% 6" N; I, 4? Terminal (Year 2 on) growth rate in 01 Sales 2.00% <—- 9 “Ir £000 Yearo Year 1 Year-2 Year3 5’ r,__/ Net Sales 600.00 720.00 734.40 749.09 - Cost of Goods Sold (50%) _ 300.00 360.00 367.20 374.54 - Selling & Admin. Expenses (10%) 1 60.00 72.00 73.44 74.91 - Depreciation Expenses (10%) — 60.00 72.00 73.44 74.91 = EBIT = 180.00 216.00 220.32 224.73 - Interest Expenses - 100.00 (1004.00; 100.00 = Taxable Income ~: 80.00 116.00 113.32 124.73 - Taxes «7571'? ’— 28.00 40.60 39.66 43.65 = Net Income 3 52.00 75.40 73.66 81.07 +Deprecciation .3, 60.00 72.00 73.44 74.91 - Capex (10%) ~ 60.00 72.00 73.44 74.91 - Increase in NWC __ 0 ~— 0 0 0 + Increase in debt Ar 0 i 60 '60 0 = FCFE : 52 z: 135 : 14 81 u U .11— __ ...
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