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ESADE Alumni Entrepreneurship is pleased to invite you to a talk about different business valuation methods by Jordi Fabregat, a professor in the ESADE department of economics, finance and accounting and director of the Executive Master in Economics and Finance Management. He will give this talk at ESADE Barcelona Building 2, 407 Room (Carrer del Marquès de Mulhacen, 42X) on Monday, 3 February 2020 at 19:00. There is reasonable to wonder whether business valuation is an art or a science. On this occasion, we will attempt to describe different business valuation methods with particular emphasis on their shortcomings when applied to start-ups. Jordi Fabregat (Lic&Master ’75 and PhD in Adm. Direcc. Empresa ’95) Jordi Fabregat holds a degree in Business Science, a Master in Business Management and a PhD in Business Management, all from ESADE. Former controller of a French textile multinational selling its products in its own stores and via catalogue, and managing director of the production company supplying said multinational. Prior to this, he was the manager of a chain of shoe shops. Jordi has given courses in Portugal, Argentina, Brazil, Mexico and Cuba. The subject of his PhD dissertation was the flotation of companies on the Spanish stock exchange and Neuer Markt. His fields of expertise are financial analysis and planning, investment decision taking and its impact on value creation, and the valuation of businesses, particularly unquoted companies, with a view to acquisitions, finding investors to inject capital or buy bundles of shares. He has acted as an adviser to investors and entrepreneurs in many business valuations. Member of the Instituto Español de Analistas Financieros and also a member of several boards of directors. He is certified as a CEVE (expert in business valuation) by the Instituto Español de Analistas Financieros.

Language: Spanish

  • #Dirección de Empresas y Liderazgo
  • #Emprendimiento

Presentación - VALORACION DE EMPRESAS. Métodos de Valoración

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