Finance Assignment

Finance Assignment

1. Which of the following correctly completes this sentence? The value of any asset is the present value of (Points : 5) • profits it is expected to provide. • revenue it is expected to provide • net working capital it is expected to provide. • cash flow it is expected to provide. • tax shields it is expected to provide 

2. (TCO A) Which is the correct chronology of events in the life cycle of a business venture? (Points : 5) • prepare initial financial statements, manage ongoing operations, sell or merge • project cash needs, obtain startup financing, go public • obtain additional financing (such as IPO), obtain seasoned financing, choose organizational form • project cash needs, examine
exit opportunities, obtain seasoned financing 
3. (TCO A) During the survival stage of a venture’s life cycle, the primary source(s) of funds are (Points : 5) • investment bankers, business angles, and business operations. • business angles, venture capitalists,
business operations, and entrepreneur’s assets. • business operations, government assistance, suppliers and customers, and venture capitalists. • commercial banks, investment bankers, business operations, and suppliers. • None of the above 
4. Net cash burn
is equal to which of the following? (Points : 5) • Cash flow from operations + cash flow from financing – ending cash balance • Net sales – increase in current assets • Cash flow from operations + cash flow from investments – cash flow from investing • Cash
burn – ending cash balance + cash build • Cash burn – cash build 
Question 5. 5. (TCO G) Growing ventures seeking venture capital funding via investment vehicles authorized by the U.S. Government’s Small Business Administration would turn to which of the following?
(Points : 5) • The 7(a) program • The 504 program • A Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) • A private SBIC 
Question 6. 6. (TCO F) HausBier Brewery licenses beer-brewing technology that produces 300% of the amount of beer from the same amount
of hops as standard processes. This promising technology is intoxicating to investors who seek to buy the firm’s stock in its first capital-raising campaign. If HausBier Brewery had an enterprise value of $10 million before investors make a $4 million investment
(expecting a 50% return), what will the firm’s post-money valuation be? (Points : 5) • $16 million • $6 million • $12 million • $22.5 million • $14 million 
7. (TCO B) Which of the following entities is liable for a corporation’s debts? (Points : 5) • Stockholders
• Board of directors • The corporation itself • The corporation’s president • The firm’s founding investors 
Question 8. 8. (TCO B) Which form of business organization is characterized as having unlimited life? (Points : 5) • Proprietorship • Limited partnership • Limited liability corporation • Subchapter S corporation • General partnership 
1. (TCO H) Describe an initial public offering (IPO). What are the differences between a primary offering and a secondary offering? (Points : 20) 
2. (TCO F) What are some of the reasons that entrepreneurs may not actually obtain debt financing, though they might very much need it? (Points : 20) 
3. (TCO F) Healthy Optiplex (HO) has a new neutraceutical process technology patent that it licenses to major manufacturers. The firm is privately held and there is no public market for its common stock. HO’s 2012 EBIT was $2.2 million. The firm’s year-end 2012 accumulated depreciation balance was $2.4 million; at the end of 2011, the accumulated depreciation balance was $1.8 million. At the end of 2012,
Healthy Optiplex had total liabilities of $4.45 million, which included a $3 million loan balance, and the firm’s total shareholders’ equity balance was $2.55 million. The CEO has asked you to determine the value of HO’s equity. Your research reveals that BodyVision is a public company that develops similar solutions for the same markets. Bodyvision’s current share price is $28 and the firm has 750,000 shares outstanding. BodyVision also has $9 million in bonds outstanding, and its current EBITDA is $3.75 million.
Make sure to provide all calculations in your answers to each of the following questions: 
Required: (a) Calculate BodyVision’s enterprise value and its EBITDA multiple. (b) Calculate Healthy Optiplex’s EBITDA. (c) After completing (a) and (b) above, use BodyVision’s EBITDA multiple to determine Healthy Optiplex’s implied Enterprise Value and its estimated equity value. (Points : 30)

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