A look at an example of Cost to Close Liquidity Gap methodology.
A methodology to measure the liquidity risk that a bank is exposed to: the Cost-to-Close Liquidity Gap technique.
Relevering Beta When assessing the value of a company’s operations free cash flows need to be discounted using the weighted average cost of capital (WACC). WACC or weighted average cost of capital is calculated using the cost of equity and cost of debt weighting them
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Sometimes while going through an online course in addition to core training concepts it helps if we have a real life case to illustrate a core learning point. Here is a list of cases, walk through, numerical examples and samples of addressing a specific type of analysis available on Learning Corporate Finance.