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1 Economic Value Added (EVA) Valuation Tutorial

2 Index 1. Introduction to valuation: valuation of bond 2. Company valuation Determing the cost of capital Calculating EVA 3. Detailed examples of EVA-valuation 4. Live Examples of EVA-valuation 5. EVA and DCF analogy

3 Valuation of a bond 1/3 The price paid for any asset should reflect the cash flows that asset is expected to generate. E.g. an ordinary government bond, with 5 years to maturity and a 5% coupon rate is d in a following manner as the market interest rate is 5%: Interest rate 5% Coupon rate 5% coupon rate = market interest rate Discounting: change future s to present s Discount factor for cash flow occurring next year: 1/(1,05) = 0,95 Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Coupon 5 Coupon 5 Coupon 5 Coupon 5 Coupon 5 /0.95 /0.91 /0.86 /0.82 / ,27 nominal market : face returned (after 5 yr. maturity)

4 Valuation of a bond 2/3 Example of how the bond changes as interest rate rises from 5% (previous page) to 10%. Interest rate 10% Coupon rate 5% coupon rate < market interest rate Discounting: change future s to present s Discount factor for cash flow occurring next year: 1/(1,05) = 0,95 Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Coupon 5 Coupon 5 Coupon 5 Coupon 5 Coupon 5 /0.91 /0.83 /0.75 /0.68 / nominal market 81 : 81 face returned (after 5 yr. maturity)

5 Valuation of a bond 3/3 (EVA approach) Interest rate 10% Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Coupon rate 5% Market Value Lost 19 /0.91 /0.83 /0.75 /0.68 / nominal market 81 The same bond market can be calculated by focusing on the difference between annual coupon (5) and the capital cost per year (10% x = 10). As we discount these differences: (5 10 = -5 each year) to the present, we see how much the market will be below (or above) capital invested i.e. bond nominal.

6 Analogy between bond and company valuation In principle, the valuation of a bond and valuation of a company are the same: You discount the future cash-flows into the present, sum them up and thus get the bond/company OR: you calculate how much the bond/company earns above or below its opportunity cost (cost of capital), discount these s to the present and add this to or subtract this from the book The following pages will demonstrate how to use the latter method in theory and in practice in company valuation The difference between company s return and its capital costs is called Economic Value Added, EVA which is often called also Residual Income or Economic Profit

7 Cost of capital The cost of capital of a company is the average cost of equity and debt The cost of debt should be defined as the (long term) risk free rate + company premium, e.g. 5% + 0,5% = 5,5% Cost of equity -> average return on similar risky investment Cost of Equity: (long term) risk free rate + beta x equity risk premium => 5% + 1,3 x 6% = 12,8% Cost of capital (with target solvency) : (45% * 12,8%) + ( 55% * 5,5%) 1 9% WACC 9,0% Assets Liabilities Fixed assets Equity Land 90 Share capital 200 Real estate 110 Retained earnings 250 Machinery 220 Working capital Debt Inventories 310 long-term 250 Sales recievables 220 short-term 200 Cash and bank 50 other Total assets 0 Total liabilities 0 1 Tax-schield of debt not included here Cost 12,8% Cost 5,5%

8 Calculating EVA Income Statement Assets Liabilities Net sales Land Share capital - Variable costs Buildings - Fixed costs Machinery and equip. Retained earnings Gross profit - Depreciation Material Excess depreciation Operating profit WIP-inventory Long-term debt - fixed assets x WACC Finished goods Short-term debt - Materials x WACC Advances received - Finished goods x WACC Sales receivables Accounts payable - Sales receivab. x WACC Cash and bank Deferred items + Accounts payabl. x WACC Total assets Total liabilities assets - Taxes EVA In a nutshell: EVA = Net Operating profit after taxes Total cost of capital, or EVA = NOPAT WACC % * Total Capital

9 EVA valuation of a company Finance theory: The of the company = Book of equity + the of expected future EVA Profitable company Market added Future EVA-s are discounted to present EVA y+1 + EVA y+2 + EVA y+3 + Unprofitable company Market of profitable company Capital Invested in the company (we can use Book of Equity if we assume that book and market of debt is the same) (-EVA y+1 ) + (-EVA y+2 ) + Market lost Market of unprofitable company Capital Invested in the company (or book of equity)

10 EVA valuation of Company X 1/2 WACC parameters Target Debt ratio 35 % Cost of Equity Cost of debt 5.50 % Equity Beta 1.2 WACC (without tax shield) Market Risk Premium 5.50 % WACC(with tax shield) Riskfree interest rate 3.50 % Tax rate 26 % 10.1 % 8.5 % 8.0 % In this case the analyst has estimated NOPAT, total cost of capital, and WACC% for next 6 years and the terminal of EVA Calculating EVA Y-1 Y+0 Y+1 Y+2 Y+3 Y+4 Y+5 Y+6 TERM NOPAT Total cost of capital Total Capital WACC % 8.0 % 8.0 % 8.0 % 8.0 % 8.0 % 8.0 % 8.0 % 8.0 % = EVA

11 EVA valuation of Company X 2/2 Calculating Present Value of EVA Market of Company A Million EUR EUR /share Added Value of 960 meur 9.6 EUR /share Capital invested 800 meur 8 EUR /share Y+0 Y+1 Y+2 Y+3 Y+4 Y+5 Y+6 TERM EVA Discount Factor Present of EVA Sum of discounted EVA In this case the analyst has estimated that the company will decrease share holder for years Y+0 and Y+1. After this the company will add share holder. The company s added for a shareholder is 9.6 EUR. If capital invested + Added doesn t equal the market /share, then the share is either overd or underd In this case the market /share is EUR and capital invested + estimated added = 17.6 EUR => the share is overd by 0.40 EUR/share Here you can find 50 real life examples of EVA valuation and market capitalization

12 EVA and DCF-valuation Two different expressions from the same thing: EVA-valuation produces exactly the same valuation (fair ) as DCF Actually in EVA valuation the book of equity is off no meaning: the bigger book, the bigger capital costs and thus the smaller EVA (what is left and what only has meaning to valuation is cash-flow) EVA is only another way (a more illustrative way) to calculate DCF valuation DCF Discount rate 10% Net earnings 10 Economic Value Added 50 Book (of equity) 50 EVA 5 (To be precise: in DCF-valuation you do not discount Net earnings but cash flow, but here we assume that investments are exactly as big as depreciation and working capital does not change and thus Net Earnings = FCFF)

13 EVA and DCF-valuation EVA-valuation has theoretically nothing new, but It is very illustrative, especially with traditional companies with slow growth Easy to calculate straight from the EBIT, even one individual year describes often the situation well, unlike cash-flow of one individual year At its best it forces to take the invested capital into account. Especially the sell-side analysts tend to focus on the income statement and not on the balance sheet. As you calculate the of the company without the required attention to capital requirements in the long run, you normally overestimate the of the company

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