Leveraged Buyout Analysis LBO Model
A step by step LBO analysis tutorial and LBO model excel template
What is a leveraged buyout? It is the acquirement of a company, using a large amount of borrowed money (be it either bonds or loans), that then provides the funds needed to pay for the price of the company.
The buyer goes through financial information and conducts an analysis in order to find the implied valuation range given a particular target in a potential LBO sale, that ultimately depends on receiving acceptable returns.
The following LBO tutorial, comes in a step by step procedure, structured in four parts. It is free, and includes an Excel model template as well.
The aim of this simple tutorial is to provide a good understanding of the LBO analysis model and how it works. To further improve and develop your understanding and a get a more in-depth view, this modelling package
The aim of the model is to help you understand the LBO analysis model and how it is used.
If you'd like to further understand and improve your knowledge on the topic, you can use this modelling package: (https://gv142.isrefer.com/go/busval/bval/). It is considered to be one of the top financial modelling tutorials on the net (the package's name is: "advance LBO modelling").
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