Advanced Venture Capital Modeling

Venture Capital| Deal Process| Model Assumptions| Income Statement| Assumption of Capital Modeling| Business Dev

This is the advanced form of what you would have learned in the previous module. This module is much more in-depth and will teach you the nitty-gritty of venture capital modeling. We will start with a brief overview of what advanced venture capital modeling is all about. Since it is more in-depth, first we will understand the basics of venture capital modeling just as a reference or overview. Then, we will talk about what participation in management has to do with venture capitalism, and also how stages of financing work. Then, you will learn about the deal process in length – the concept of the deal process, the receipt of the proposal, considerations for an entrepreneur, and the commonly used add-ons. Next, you will learn about model assumptions in the following manner – studying on the Project Titan, assumptions of Project Titan, creating assumptions, building the model, federal tax rates, investment assumptions, building a financial model, capitalizing assets, and finally other compensation. Then, we will talk about the income statement, the sales & marketing expenses, general administrative expenses, assets in the balance sheet, the cash flow statement, and the debt schedule. Next, we will discuss the period assumption, functions for the quarter, payment on long-term debt, building an offset formula, and calculating personal assumptions. Finally, you will learn about the business development compensations, analyzing with valuation table, the average of the comparable firm, terminal value growth, calculating the finding rounds, sum totals, and pre and post-money valuation. You would be watching 41 videos and the time investment is around 5.5 hours.

What you’ll learn

  • Learn about what participation in management has to do with venture capitalism, and also how stages of financing work.
  • Learn about the deal process in length – the concept of the deal process, the receipt of the proposal, considerations for an entrepreneur, and the commonly used.
  • learn about model assumptions.
  • creating assumptions, building the model, federal tax rates, investment assumptions, building a financial model, capitalizing assets, and finally compensation.

Course Content

  • Introduction –> 1 lecture • 3min.
  • Getting Started –> 3 lectures • 19min.
  • Deal Process –> 4 lectures • 32min.
  • Model Assumptions –> 9 lectures • 57min.
  • Income Statement –> 7 lectures • 49min.
  • Assumption of Capital Modelling –> 7 lectures • 52min.
  • Business Development –> 10 lectures • 1hr 26min.

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This is the advanced form of what you would have learned in the previous module. This module is much more in-depth and will teach you the nitty-gritty of venture capital modeling. We will start with a brief overview of what advanced venture capital modeling is all about. Since it is more in-depth, first we will understand the basics of venture capital modeling just as a reference or overview. Then, we will talk about what participation in management has to do with venture capitalism, and also how stages of financing work. Then, you will learn about the deal process in length – the concept of the deal process, the receipt of the proposal, considerations for an entrepreneur, and the commonly used add-ons. Next, you will learn about model assumptions in the following manner – studying on the Project Titan, assumptions of Project Titan, creating assumptions, building the model, federal tax rates, investment assumptions, building a financial model, capitalizing assets, and finally other compensation. Then, we will talk about the income statement, the sales & marketing expenses, general administrative expenses, assets in the balance sheet, the cash flow statement, and the debt schedule. Next, we will discuss the period assumption, functions for the quarter, payment on long-term debt, building an offset formula, and calculating personal assumptions. Finally, you will learn about the business development compensations, analyzing with valuation table, the average of the comparable firm, terminal value growth, calculating the finding rounds, sum totals, and pre and post-money valuation. You would be watching 41 videos and the time investment is around 5.5 hours.

Venture capital is financing, also a type of private equity that investors provide to startup companies, emerging firms and small businesses that are believed to have long-term growth potential. To determine such their growth viability there are various financial factors which are considered. These are determined with the help of Venture capital modeling.

Through these tutorials we are going to learn about Venture capital, its financial modeling and valuation with the help of a case study. This training would be covering up

  • DCF model of Target
  • VC model
  • Cap table and returns
  • Trading and Transaction comps and multiples
  • Conclusion and summarization
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