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Estimación Flujos de Caja Para Evaluación de Proyectos y Valoración de Empresas

  • Ignacio Velez Pareja

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  • Joseph Tham

This chapter is devoted to the definition and calculation of cash flows, namely, cash flow to debt, (CFD), cash flow to equity, (CFE), Capital Cash Flow, (CCF), tax savings, (TS) and free cash flow, (FCF). The direct and indirect methods are used to derive the relevant cash flow profiles for the different stakeholders. These cash flows are the basis for the valuation of a firm or project. The operating cash flow is analyzed as well.

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Paper provided by MASTER CONSULTORES in its series PROYECCIONES FINANCIERAS Y VALORACION with number 009308.

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Date of creation: 01 Feb 2012
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