Corporate Valuation for Practitioners

A compact 1-day seminar

The reasons and motivations for valuing a company are manifold. A marketoriented valuation, whether during the succession process or in the case of possible takeovers or mergers, is essential, but also represents a complex challenge in practice. This new compact 1-day seminar offers participants a well-founded overview of the valuation methods used in business practice.

Together with the participants, the lecturers, Prof. Dr. Alexander Lahmann and Maximilian Schreiter, discuss the advantages and disadvantages of the methods and their applicability in special valuation situations. Both will present actual evaluation examples from their day-to-day work, along with all the challenges that arose. Based on a case study, the participants test the presented concepts directly in the seminar.

The seminar is designed for anyone who wants to learn more about the valuation methods used in business practice, such as business owners, board members, executives, advisors and consultants, and is a special offer for small and medium-sized enterprises.

For detailed information about the program we invite you to visit the German website.

Target Group

Business owners, board members, executives, advisors and consultants

Dates

  • October 10, 2019
  • February 28, 2020
  • April 20, 2020

Seminar Structure

1 day

Language of Instruction

German

Any questions? Contact me:

Jana Näther
Director Executive Education