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Comparable Transactions

The Comparable Transactions method is based on comparing the company in question with other similar companies that have already carried out transactions on the market. Therefore, consider the past sales of similar companies that have an equivalent business model to that of the firm being valued. A comparable transaction method is typically used in conjunction with other valuation techniques, including DCFs and other business analysis techniques.

This method may be appropriate in a variety of contexts, including: Sale or acquisition of a business; IPO (initial public offering) of a company; Valuation of a participation; Corporate restructuring.

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