Specialist article by Patrick Eggimann"Value and valuation for company transactions"

When valuing a company, the theoretical value can differ massively from the achievable value.

The starting point for determining the value of a company is usually the theoretical company value, which is then translated by professional analysis into an achievable company value. The theoretical value can differ significantly from the achievable value.

In his specialist article, Patrick Eggimann takes an in-depth look at classic company valuation methods. He highlights the importance of taking market value into account and explains how the market operates.

Read the whole article and find out how the differences between theory and practice arise.

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