Financial Valuation Models for Life Science Companies – A More Detailed Explanation of Concepts
This webinar is a continuation of the first webinar, entitled "Must-Know Finance Concepts for Life Sciences Valuations," and goes into more detail on the key concepts and most common methodologies used to evaluate life sciences assets.
Part 2 discusses:
Which asset valuation methodology is most used by big pharma to evaluate possible partners or acquisitions?
An explanation of three fundamental concepts in valuation: risk-adjusted value, cost of capital and present value
What are some cash flow examples for a situation when the asset is early in the product lifecycle, for out-licensed, and for in-licensed products?
How do my expected deal terms relate to my forecast cash flows? How can I use this to make better decisions on licensing timing?
If you are an entrepreneur who plans to raise (or currently is raising) financing, licensing and asset, or selling your company, a private investor who wants to estimate and negotiate start-up share value, or any other professional who is active in the life sciences investing sector, you'll benefit from this more detailed explanation of life sciences valuation methodologies.