The Valuation

Are you eager to learn more about Valuations and meet with Deloitte and BDO? 

 Participants will receive an official certificate from participation in the seminar organized by Training the Street after attending both of the two days. 

 The Valuation is a training event that teaches the fundamentals of popular valuation techniques used by investment banks and includes a workshop and informal activity with Deloitte and BDO.

The Valuation training will be organized by Training the Street. Training The Street is the industry leader in providing instructor-led courses in Financial Modeling and Corporate Valuation. These courses are taught at Investment Banks, business schools, and universities around the world, like Harvard, INSEAD, and New York University. TTS is the gold-standard for teaching the fundamentals of finance. 

This Corporate Valuation is a full day of instruction, exercises and Q&A. Topics covered include:

  • Overview of valuation methodologies & key concepts
  • Public comparables analysis
  • Acquisition comparables analysis
  • Discounted cash flow analysis
  • Imputing valuation ranges
  • Merger Consequences
  • Leveraged Buyout Analysis
  • Sources of public information

During the second day, two corporate finance houses, Deloitte and BDO will be testing your valuation skills during their workshops. This gives you the opportunity to excel and impress them with your knowledge and at the same time get familiar with their Advisory and M&A departments. The training will be organised at the Erasmus University Rotterdam and the inhousedays on the second day will be hosted at their offices. 

Make sure that your CV is uploaded under your account

Please note that fluency in Dutch is required for the event.

Event overview:

  • Location: Erasmus University Rotterdam and the offices of the participating companies
  • Application deadline: 20th of February
  • Enrollment: participate on two days in order to receive a certificate
  • Selection process: CV
  • Date: 28th of February and 1st of March
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