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Value a firm using Discounted Cash Flow approach.  Assume the small business forecasted the following information for the next 5 years and the interest rate is 5%



Year   1

Year   2

Year   3

Year   4

Year   5

Cash   Inflow

5   million SAR

1   million SAR

3   million SAR

6   million SAR

7   million SAR

Cash   Outflow

5   million SAR

3   million SAR

3   million SAR

2   million SAR

2   million SAR

 

1-      What is value of the firm using DCF approach?

2-      If you work as financial analyst for a private equity, would you recommend financing for this small business? Why?


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DCF = Net CashCash flow (i)/( 1 + Interest rate)^ no of periods (i)

Net Cash flow = Cash inflow - Cash outflow

Interest rate = 5% given in the question

No of periods is the year before which cash flow occurs

Value in Million SAR




Year12345
cash inflow51367
Cash Outflow53322
present value Formula5/(1+0.05)^13/(1+0.05)^20/(1+0.05)^34/(1+0.05)^45/(1+0.05)^5
Net Cashflow0-2045
Present value of the cash flow0-1.81405895703.2908098993.917630832

Net present value today is the sum of all discounted cash flows

so DCF value comes out to be 5.39 million SAR which is the value of the firm.


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