ESTIMATING THE WACC - 13 pt lecture note F454 SPRING 2013

Rf r bluebeard equity β m r rf r 4 15 8 16 25b

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RF r + Bluebeard equity β [ M r - RF r ] = 4% + 1.5 [8%] = 16% (25b) Firebird E r = RF r + Firebird equity β [ M r - RF r ] = 4% + 1.125 [8%] = 13% (25c) Gazelle E r = RF r + Gazelle equity β [ M r - RF r ] = 4% + 1.25 [8%] = 14% (25d) STEP 2: D ETERMINE P ROJECT D EBENTURE S F INANCING P ROPORTIONS , Deb D r AND Deb E r . Project Debenture will be financed with additional Blarney Corporation debt and equity; there will be no complex financing ( Deb 0 CFin = 0). Therefore, analogous to (13), we have: Deb E r = Deb r + ( Deb r - Deb D r )[ Deb 0 D / Deb 0 E ] (26) Let Deb 0 V be the value of Project Debenture (the present value of Project Debenture’s expected future FCF using the WACC in equation (28) below as the discount rate), and let Deb 0 E and Deb 0 D be the market values of the portions of Project Debenture’s cash flows going to Blarney Beer’s equity and the added Blarney Beer debt, respectively. Thus, Deb 0 V = Deb 0 E + Deb 0 D . Suppose that management has set at its target the market value financing proportions at [ Deb 0 E / Deb 0 V ] = .75 and [ Deb 0 D / Deb 0 V ] = .25, which implies that [ Deb 0 D / Deb 0 E ] = (1/3) . Next we must estimate Deb D r . For Project Debenture, Deb D r is the incremental interest that Blarney Beer will have to pay per dollar of additional borrowing to 22
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Estimating the WACC, page 23 of 25 finance Project Debenture. Suppose that Blarney Beer would have to pay 10% on its added borrowing if Project Debenture were adopted (that is, taking into account what Project Debenture would do to Blarney Beer’s risk). Thus, assume that, for Project Debenture, Deb D r = 10%. Substituting Deb r = 12.15%, [ Deb 0 D / Deb 0 E ] = (1/3), and Deb D r = 10% into equation (26) , we have: Deb E r = 12.15% + (12.15% - 10%)[1/3] = 12.87% (27) STEP 3: C OMPUTE P ROJECT D EBENTURE S WACC . From Steps 1 and 2 we have for Project Debenture: [ Deb 0 E / Deb 0 V ] = .75, [ Deb 0 D / Deb 0 V ] = .25, Deb D r = 10% and Deb E r = 12.87%. Assume that T = 34%. Substituting into cost of capital equation (1), we have: after tax,Deb WACC r - = Deb Deb Deb Deb 0 0 E D Deb Deb 0 0 E D r r V V + (1 - T) = (.75)(12.87%) + (.25)(10%)(.66) = 11.3% (28) The after tax,Deb WACC r - = 11.3% would be used to discount Project Debenture’s expected future FCF to compute the value of Project Debenture. Project Debenture’s NPV would equal that amount minus the $40 million initial cost of Project Debenture Ale. EVALUATING PROJECT DEBENTURE (optional reading) Rate after tax,Deb WACC r - has been estimated to be 11.3 percent. The evaluation of Project Debenture now requires the computation of the Project Debenture’s NPV (Step 4); and the determination of the method of financing Project Debenture’s initial outlay so that the target market value proportions assumed in the cost of 23
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Estimating the WACC, page 24 of 25 capital estimation will be achieved (Step 5). Paralleling the Project Zed analysis, define the following terms. Deb 0 V = present value of the future free cash flow from Project Debenture Deb 0 I = initial outlay for Project Debenture Deb,Debt 0 I = portion of Deb 0 I that is provided by new borrowing Deb,Equity 0 I = portion of Deb 0 I that is provided by equity financing We know that: Deb 0 I = Deb,Debt 0 I + Deb,Equity 0 I (29) Deb 0 NPV = Deb 0 V - Deb 0 I (30) S TEP 4. D ETERMINING THE NPV OF P ROJECT D EBENTURE .
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