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APVAlgemene Plaatselijke Verordening (German: General Local Regulation)
APVAdvanced Personal Vaporizer
APVAhorro Previsional Voluntario (Spanish: Voluntary Pension Savings)
APVAssociation de la Presse du Vin (French: Wine Press Association)
APVAdjusted Present Value
APVAll Purpose Vehicle
APVAudio Photo and Video
APVAssociation des Professeurs de Vente (French: Association of Sales Professors)
APVArbeitsgemeinschaft für Pharmazeutische Verfahrenstechnik
APVAvian Pneumovirus
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APVAutostart and Process Viewer (freeware)
APVAcute Paralysis Virus (honey bee disease)
APVApproach (Procedure) with Vertical Guidance (aviation)
APVAverage Peak Velocity
APVAmbulatory Procedure Visit
APVAlliance for Progressive Values (Richmond, VA)
APVAnimal Protection Voters
APVAffectations Prioritaires à Valoriser (French: Priority Value Assignments)
APVAutomatic Program Verification (symposium)
APVArmored Patrol Vehicle
APVAccounts Payable Voucher
APVAnti-Pop Videos
APVArmored Personnel Vehicle
APVAir Pressure Vessel (drilling)
APVAnomalous Pulmonary Vein
APVArmored Passenger Vehicle (noncombat passenger protection)
APVArithmetic Progression Vector
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Roller, Goedhart, and Wessels, who work at McKinsey and Company, use a conceptual framework to show what drives corporate value and provide a step-by-step guide for valuing a company with five DCF models, i.e., the enterprise discounted cash flow model, the discounted economic profit model, the adjusted present value model, the capital cash flow model, and the equity cash flow model.
Furthermore, students can also apply other DCF-based models, such as the economic profit model, the adjusted present value model, the equity cash flow model, to name a few, because other cash flow measures, such as economic profit, and other discount rates, such as the cost of the unlevered equity, can be easily derived from the newly created worksheets.
Thus, the adjusted present value of the project for any simulation estimates the value added to the firm by the project.
* The adjusted present value (APV) method can be applied, whereby the ungeared beta is used to find an ungeared cost of equity, which is used for discounting the project cash flows before the impacts of financing are tackled separately (see method 3).
In the case that the valuation of the tax shield of asset step-ups is not conducted via the Adjusted Present Value approach, the tax advantage of debt is not accounted for in a separate term and thus has to be included in the discount rate of the cash flows to be valued.
Implicitly, the adjusted present value approach is built on the presumption that it is easier and more precise to compute the valuation impact of debt in absolute terms rather than in proportional terms.
Tirtiroglu, "Valuation of Real Estate Assets Using the Adjusted Present Value Method," Journal of Property Finance (March 1997): 7-23.
Keywords: WACC; Adjusted present value; Tax shield; Return on equity
The CCF method is closely related to my work on valuing riskless cash flows (Ruback, 1986) and to Stewart Myers' work on the Adjusted Present Value (APV) method (Myers, 1974).
The premia are the risk adjusted present values of the underwriting costs.
Myers' [22] adjusted present value (APV) method calls for first computing a base-case value under the assumption of 100% equity financing, and then separately adding the present values of any costs and benefits from the actual financing package.
Arson will be the wealth maximizing decision even though abandonment by other means is not financially justifiable as long as the risk adjusted present value of arson abandonment is greater than that of continued operation.