What is Enterprise Value? Enterprise Value (EV) can also be referred to as Business Enterprise Value (BEV) or Firm Value.
It is the company’s total value and is a more comprehensive valuation than market capitalisation, as it considers debt and cash. Therefore, it is commonly used during potential takeovers and valuation models.
Enterprise Value (EV) is a measure used in many financial ratios that determine a company’s performance or relative value. Example ratios include:
EV / EBIT
EV / EBITDA
EV / Free Cash Flow
EV / Revenue
Further Details & Company Data
For more detailed information, including training, templates and company figures, visit one of the below sites or software providers:
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|CFI – Corporate Finance Institute||Training, detailed explanations & templates||CFI Website|
|Finbox||Detailed company financials & models||Finbox Website|
|TradingView||Basic company financials & charts||TradingView Financials|
|SharePad||Company financials, news, filters and portfolio management||SharePad Signup Page|
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