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After graduating in economics and politics, Nick began his career in the oil industry, working for BP and Saudi Aramco. He subsequently spent 16 years in the City of London as an equity investment analyst specialising in European energy companies, and as head of Morgan Stanley’s European oil and gas equity research team. Since 2000, he has been a director of an energy consultancy company, ... Read more on Nick Antill
Kenneth’s career has steadfastly remained centred around finance, research and education. Kenneth is an Associate Professorial Lecturer at the London School of Economics and Political Science, where he lectures on financial analysis and equity valuation, as well as being the programme director for the MSc Accounting and Finance and MSc Accounting, Organisations and Institutions.
Before ... Read more on Kenneth Lee
Deborah works as a professional trainer at Financial Edge, where she provides accounting, modelling and valuation training to investment banks.
Deborah’s move into professional training was relatively recent, having worked at Barclays until May 2019, where she was a Director in Equity Research and co-head of Sustainable and Thematic Investing. Deborah spent eight years at Barclays, ... Read more on Deborah Taylor
One of the most important books about business valuation! Written for practitioners by experienced practitioners who really know what matters in determining decision values. It is also a technical book but the accounting and financial technicalities described here in a comprehensible manner are not at all an academic exercise but absolutely vital for everybody who wants to know the real value of a company. Professor Dr Matthias Meitner, Managing Partner, VALUESQUE
This book is long overdue. I have been teaching or actually conducting financial analysis and valuation for many years. At last there is a text that provides an engaging, easy-to-read roadmap that is also well-illustrated with examples that replicate closely what it is truly like to do each step in a real-world setting. This is more than just a university textbook. It is for everyone from managers, standard setters and regulators who want to understand what analysts and investors are doing with reported financials, through to armchair investors who want to try it themselves. Dr Suzanne Morsfield, Independent Accounting & Valuation consultant