The global cost of capital information and data previously published in the Valuation Handbook – International Guide to Cost of Capital has now been integrated into the Duff & Phelps Cost of Capital Navigator.
What’s in It
The new International Cost of Capital Module provides country-level risk premia (CRPs), relative volatility (RV) factors, equity risk premia (ERPs), and international industry betas which can be used to estimate country-level cost of capital globally for over 180 countries, from the perspective of investors in any one of up to 56 countries (going back to March 2014, quarterly). The new interactive module guides subscribers in accurately quantifying country risks, while explaining and documenting the decision process on the subscriber’s unique cross border valuation scenario.
The International Cost of Capital Module includes a “Resources” section that provides complete (and downloadable) documentation of all methodology, definitions, examples, and calculations.
Who Should Use it
The new International Cost of Capital Module is designed to serve the needs of anyone performing international discounted cash flow analyses or assessing cross-border risks, such as:
- Valuation analysts valuing public and private companies with operations located in multiple countries
- Corporate finance officers when pricing or evaluating proposed cross-border mergers and acquisitions (M&A), raising private or public equity in different jurisdictions, and/or dealing with cross-border stakeholder disputes
- Corporate officers when evaluating investments for capital budgeting decisions in different countries. Investment bankers when pricing initial (or follow-on) public offerings, proposed M&A transactions, and private equity financing for target entities located in a variety of countries
- Private equity investors when pricing or evaluating proposed cross-border M&A transactions, making capital budgeting decisions for entities located in different countries, or updating quarterly valuations of portfolio companies with operations located in foreign countries
- Portfolio managers evaluating investments outside of the country where they are based
- Real estate investors when pricing or evaluating proposed real estate investments, or updating valuations of portfolio companies with operations located in foreign countries
- CPAs and valuation professionals dealing with either valuations for financial and tax reporting purposes, or with dispute and bankruptcy valuation issues involving companies with operations located in multiple countries
- Transfer pricing economists dealing with valuation and transfer of intellectual property and other intangible assets across jurisdictions
- Judges and attorneys dealing with valuation issues in M&A, shareholder and partner disputes, damage cases, solvency cases, bankruptcy reorganizations, regulatory rate setting, transfer pricing, and financial reporting involving entities with operations located in multiple jurisdictions
How to Subscribe
To subscribe to the International Cost of Capital Module, visit dpcostofcapital.com today.