Valuation of Metso and future financial investment recommendations



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Laso Araguás, Marta and Martín López, Sonia (2019) Valuation of Metso and future financial investment recommendations. [Trabajo Fin de Máster]

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In this Master Thesis, the aim of it is to apply the theoretical background learned during the master and obtain the financial valuation of a Finnish company, named Metso. It is one of the biggest companies in Finland and its principal lines of business are the mining and aggregates industries.
Before making the financial valuation, it is needed to analyze the macro and microenvironment and the whole corporation from strategic to financial information with the objective of having a global idea about the company and try to understand what the key points are to be profitable in industries.
To make the company’s valuation, it will be used three valuation appraisal methods, such as Discounted Cash Flow Method; multiples Methods as sales multiples and equity multiples; balance sheet approaches and finally, the Dividend Valuation Method. However, the discounted free cash flow method will be the most relevant, thereby influencing the decision-making about if the company is overvalued or undervalued respecting the market. The future cash flows will be estimated using the past ones and the residual value of the company, which are adjusted for time value using a calculated updating rate from different databases.

Item Type:Trabajo Fin de Máster
Uncontrolled Keywords:Valoración económica; Metso; Industrias de minería y agregados; Método de flujo de caja libre descontado. Empresas; Finlandia.
Palabras clave (otros idiomas):Financial valuation; Metso; Mining and aggregates industries; Discounted free cash flow method; Finnish company.
Subjects:Social sciences > Economics
Social sciences > Economics > Finance
Título del Máster:Máster Universitario en Finanzas de Empresa
ID Code:66978
Deposited On:20 Jul 2021 12:12
Last Modified:20 Jul 2021 12:17

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