Estimating Cost of Capital for a Privately Owned Business

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Estimating Cost of Capital for a Privately Owned Business

The models that we use to estimate cost of equity and capital in finance are built for publicly traded company, with diversified marginal investors and observable market values for equity and debt. With private businesses, owners/potential buyers tend not to be diversified and there are no observable market values for equity and debt. In this session, I talk about how to overcome those challenges:

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SALT New York: Canyon, Mudrick, Fortress And Sculptor On Finding Distressed Value

At the 2021 SALT New York conference, which was held earlier this week, one of the panels on the main stage discussed the best macro shifts coming out of the pandemic and investing in value amid distress. The panel featured: Todd Lemkin, the chief investment officer of Canyon Partners; Peter Wallach, the managing director and Read More

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