Comparable Company Analysis (CCA)

Comparable Company Analysis (CCA)

Comparable company analysis is widely used in capital markets to derive and compare company and securities valuations. The basis of comparative analysis is a representative sample of companies in similar industries and/or geographies. Next steps include comparing current and historical financial metrics and factoring in company forward guidance or market forecasts to produce a range of variables that provide low/high ranges for key financial statement items.

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