Calculate the annual economic value added, Corporate Finance

Westbrook Inc. is financed with debt that costs it 5% (pre-tax)or $12.5m annually and expects to generate an EBITof $50m per year perpetually.

The company is at its target debt/equity ratio of 1.  Depreciation is expected to remain at $2.5m annually and taxes at the rate of 40% (for the foreseeable future).

It pays out all its net income as dividends. The risk-free rate (RF) is 3% and the market risk premium(MRP) is 7%. Westbrook's Beta is 1.0.

What is Westbrook's anticipated annual Economic Value Added (EVA)?

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