Estimate the companys wacc, Financial Management

Assemble all other inputs/assumptions based on the past data. Use your best judgment to have the most reasonable estimates.

Tasks

1. Prepare an Excel spreadsheet containing the following:

  1. Construct the next five-year pro-forma statements (income statement and balance sheet)following the FSM_B.xls file format.
  2. Estimate annual FCFF.
  3. Estimate the company's WACC.
  4. Estimate the terminal value and the enterprise value.
  5. Conduct the sensitivity analysis, scenario analysis, and Monte Carlo simulation on the enterprise value.

2. Prepare a PowerPoint deck including a high-level executive summary and conclusions, together with an appendix containing details such as assumptions and robustness checks.

Notes

  1. Each company includes different line items in its income statement and balance sheet. Your pro forma statements should resemble them as much as possible. You should not usea format identical to my filedemonstrated in class.
  2. This project is due on the 6th class.Late submission won't be accepted.
  3. Upload the PowerPoint and spreadsheet fileson the Blackboard.  If you log in to your Blackboard site, you will see Assignments on the left banner menu. Select Assignments and then click ProjectFile Submission. Then, upload your files. The file names should be your name (lastname_firstname). You won't be able to upload after the start time of the 6th class.
  4. When you prepare the final report of the project, keep in mind that you are submitting the report to your CEO. Your PowerPoint should start with the executive summary, in which you summarize important inputs/assumptions of your model, your estimated values, and conclusion whether the company is undervalued or overvalued. Besides the quality of analysis, the mannerin which the analysis is presented will also be graded. The CEO, who may not have a finance background, should be able to easily understand your work. And all your assumptions should be reasonable and realistic.After building the pro-forma statements, you should examine the results carefully to check forany unreasonable inputs/assumptions.
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