pre-money equity valuation

vero81

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argentina
Field and topic: Finances.

¿Cómo se traduce?:
We are proposing the following pre-money equity valuation.
 
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  • begoña fernandez

    Senior Member
    Spain - Spanish
    Hola, vero81:

    Por lo que deduzco de un texto que he encontrado referente al caso, se traduciría como valoracion del capital (de una empresa) antes de realizar una inversión en la misma. Lee el ejemplo y saca tus conclusiones.

    pre-money valuation is a term used in private equity or venture capital that refers to the valuation of a company or asset prior to an investment or financing.
    External investors, such as venture capitalists and angel investors will use a pre-money valuation to determine how much equity to demand in return for their cash injection to an entrepreneur and his or her startup company.
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    Example

    For example, if an investor makes a $100 million investment into a company in return for 20% of the company's equity, the implied post-money valuation is $500 million. To calculate the pre-money valuation, the amount of the investment is subtracted from the post-money valuation. In this case, the implied pre-money valuation is $400 million.
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    Espero que te ayude
    Saludos
    BF
     
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