Unless otherwise defined, the sum of market capitalization and interest-bearing debt less cash and cash equivalents (the market value of the shareholders’ equity).
[share market capitalization if a company is quoted] plus the market value of the net financial debt). – In the case of unlisted companies, the value of equity or the market value of the enterprise’s fixed assets is usually used instead of the market capitalization. – In addition, there are a number of other ways of calculating the value of a company, some of which are very comprehensive and are also based on the particularities of the respective industry. Its calculation has become a speciality for auditors and actuaries. – See market capitalization, fair value, value added, time value.
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