Masterclass: Business Valuations 101

Masterclass: Business Valuations 101

About This Event

What You Will Learn

  • Why price and value are different
  • Valuation shortcuts and understanding different valuation outcomes
  • Optimising value (to you) in a capital raising context


York Butter Factory, Next Money and Fintech Victoria is excited to launch a series of Masterclasses with our partner EY


“A cynic is a man who knows the price of everything, and the value of nothing” - Oscar Wilde

Understanding and optimising value are an integral part of managing a start-up business, where capital is typically in scarce supply.

This session will provide an overview of common valuation methodologies and why price and value are often different.


The speakers have extensive experience in business valuation and will discuss valuation in a start-up context. Justin Steinert and Jannaya James are Associate Directors in the Valuation and Business Modelling team at EY. Justin and Jannaya specialise in the valuation of issued capital, businesses and intellectual property, utilising a range of methodologies including capitalisation of earnings and discounted cash flow.

They have prepared several valuations across a wide range of industries and for a range of purposes, including; transactions, tax, strategy and financial reporting.

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Mar 2017
Masterclass: Business Valuations 101 - 01 Mar 2017 12:00 PM

Basics of evaluation

Mar 2017
Masterclass: Business Valuations 101 - 01 Mar 2017 12:00 PM

Highlight was hearing two experts from the Big 4 speak on what they do all day everyday. They were very transparent in their methodologies, etc. I honestly walked away learning more about what they do. Opened my eyes with a few great examples. Great value for price (free). Slightly new experience in Melbourne: Very techy vibe, shared space. People preparing their lunches during the presentation in the kitchen.

Mar 2017
Masterclass: Business Valuations 101 - 01 Mar 2017 12:00 PM

Interesting ideas about company valuations