What Does Adjusted Present Value Mean?

An Adjusted Present Value (APV) valuation is very similar to DCF valuations, however there are several differences between the methodologies.

The APV is the net present value of a firm that is financed solely by equity, plus the present value of financing benefits.

APV = Unlevered NPV Cash Flows (Including Terminal Value) + NPV of Financing Side Effects (ex: Interest Rate Tax Shields)

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