Infosys Valuation Excel Model: Complete DCF Valuation with Forecasted Financial Statements
Originally published: 28/12/2020 09:37
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Infosys Valuation Excel Model: Complete DCF Valuation with Forecasted Financial Statements

Completely editable and formula-based Valuation Excel Model for Infosys Shares Valuation

Description
The model contains a complete formula based Discounted Cashflow valuation for the company. The entire model is controlled by the Assumptions Sheet where the user can enter the desired values and the model will calculate the Intrinsic value for the shares. The financial statements are also forecasted for 5 years in the future, based on the values updated in the Assumptions sheet.

The Excel model covers all the major fundamental aspects of the company over 15 years period. The model is easy to edit and update for the future years as well when the company releases its new annual report. It also includes interactive charts used for visualization of both original last 10 years data and the forecasted 5 years values for the company's financials.

The Excel model includes formula based excel model and visualizations of the following as shown in the images attached:

1. Income Statement (Reported and Forecasted)
2. Balance Sheet (Reported and Forecasted)
3. Cashflow statements (Reported and Forecasted)

4. FCFF and FCFE based Valuation using Discounted Cash Flow Method

Analysis of the following factors

5. Growth Ratios
6. Profitability Ratios
7. Cash Flow Ratios
8. Liquidity and Solvency Ratios
9. Efficiency Ratios
10. Valuation Multiples (EV/EBIT, Market Cap/EBIT and EV/EBITDA)
11. ROE (Du Pont Analysis)
12. Common Size analysis
13. Enterprise Valuation
14. Financial Strength Analysis

About the company:

Infosys is an Indian multinational corporation that provides business consulting, information technology and outsourcing services. From the initial capital of $ 250, the company has grown to become a $ 35 billion business in nearly 4 decades. Infosys is a global leader in next-generation digital services and consulting. The company also has strategic partnerships with other big technology companies and has established 13 subsidiaries across the world.


Note: All the research done by us is only for educational purposes and should not be seen as Investment recommendations. We are Research analysts and not a SEBI registered Investment Advisor. My research completely reflects my personal opinions and not of my employers. Kindly do your own due diligence before Investing

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The aim is to provide a thorough outlook into the company's financial position. This will help the students and Investors who are looking to do their own due diligence before investing in the Indian Stock Markets.

DCF Valuation, Intrinsic Price Calculation, Fundamental Analysis, Financial Statements Forecasting

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  • Amol Vengurlekar(last updated: 01/01/2021 13:17)
    Covers every aspect of analysis
    Amazing model

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  • Shubham297
    Can you please tell me where have you taken the figures from ? PL, BS and CF?
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    • Billion Dollar Valuation
      The data is from multiple souces including company annual reports. You can also use reputed sources like investing.com or Bloomberg
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      • Shubham297
        I am looking at the data in the annual report and it's not matching like NP for 2019 is 15410 cr. In annual report but 219.9 Cr. In your model. Same way other figures are not matching.

        Maybe I am missing something here, can you please clear it up for me?
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