A large proportion of a levered firm's assets is cash held at the bank. The firm is financed with half equity and half debt.
Which of the following statements about this firm's enterprise value (EV) and total asset value (V) is NOT correct?
Question 990 Multiples valuation, EV to EBITDA ratio, enterprise value
A firm has:
2 million shares;
$200 million EBITDA expected over the next year;
$100 million in cash (not included in EV);
1/3 market debt-to-assets ratio is (market assets = EV + cash);
4% pa expected dividend yield over the next year, paid annually with the next dividend expected in one year;
2% pa expected dividend growth rate;40% expected payout ratio over the next year;
10 times EV/EBITDA ratio.
30% corporate tax rate.
The stock can be valued using the EV/EBITDA multiple, dividend discount model, Gordon growth model or PE multiple. Which of the below statements is NOT correct based on an EV/EBITDA multiple valuation?
Question 1058 book and market values, enterprise value, balance sheet
Here is a table from Canaccord's 'sum of the parts' valuation of INCR.
Note that the firm INCR is unlevered (interest bearing debt = 0).
The third column from the left is labelled 'Value (US$ MM)'. For the 'Israel' and 'EU Export' opportunities, these values are most likely to be: