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- Kurzbeschreibung<p>Bachelor Thesis from the year 2015 in the subject Business economics - Business Management, Corporate Governance, grade: 1,8, University of Applied Sciences Essen, course: International Finance, language: English, abstract: Estimating the value of a company is an important pre-requisite for optimal decision-making in upper management, for example when a company prepares to acquire another firm. The significance of valuation is rooted in the fundamental difference between price and value. Both can fall apart, as buyers and sellers individually attempt to take advantage of a sale or purchase transaction. The potential buyer considers the value of a company to be the upper limit for the price that he is willing to pay, whereas the seller considers the value of the same company to be the lower limit for the price that he is willing to receive. Not surprisingly, price and value of a company can differ significantly, and this is where company valuation comes into play. <br>In the late 1980s, a period characterized by increasing internationalization and consolidation due to various liberalization measures, a large number of mergers and acquisitions took place, including many hostile takeovers.<br>One of the reasons for this takeover wave was that investors increasingly attempted to identify companies with so-called value gaps, i.e. differences between a company's value and its expected stock value. In order to close this gap, methods of how to valuate a company became more important to companies, investors as well as national fiscal authorities. In this context, corporate shareholders have come to be more demanding on creating a sustainable return for shareholders and maximizing the value of a company than strictly maximizing profit, a strategy which had dominated before. The shareholder value approach introduced by Alfred Rappaport included a new orientation on generating maximized returns to share-holders by dividend distri</p>
- AutorJaqueline Hortlik
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