The valuation of closely-held companies in Latin America

@inproceedings{Pereiro2001TheVO,
  title={The valuation of closely-held companies in Latin America},
  author={Luis E. Pereiro},
  year={2001}
}
M&A activity has greatly increased in Latin America in the recent past. As a result, the improvement of valuation techniques has gained a prominent place in the agenda of investors and financial analysts dealing with the region. The task entails two substantial challenges, however. First, fundamental valuation requires the determination of an appropriate cost of capital, and the traditional CAPM-based models which are normally used to compute it are difficult to apply in such transitional, less… CONTINUE READING

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