# Net Present Value and Exchange Ratio

**Topics:**Net present value, Cash flow statement, Cash flow

**Pages:**2 (469 words)

**Published:**January 5, 2013

Dividends from Hybrid$38,400,000$12,800,000$29,400,000$41,400,000$59,000,000Terminal value of equity600,000,000Total$38,400,000$12,800,000$29,400,000$41,400,000$659,000,000To discount the cash flows from the merger, we must discount each cash flow at the appropriatediscount rate. The terminal value of the company is subject to normal business risk and should bediscounted at the cost of capital, while the dividends are equity cash flows, and as such, should bediscounted at the cost of equity. The present value of each year’s cash flows, along with theappropriate discount rate for each cash flow is: Discount rateYear 1Year 2Year 3Year 4Year 5

Dividends16.9%$32,848,589$9,366,578$18,403,643$22,168,806$27,025,856PV of value12.4%334,441,139Total$32,848,589$9,366,578$18,403,643$22,168,806$361,466,995And the NPV of the acquisition is: NPV = –$400,000,000 + 32,848,589 + 9,366,578 + 18,403,643 + 22,168,806 + 361,466,995 NPV = $44,254,610.07

CHAPTER 25 C-83

C-84 CASE SOLUTIONS

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Since the acquisition is a positive NPV project, the most Birdie would offer is to increase the currentcash offer by the current NPV, or:Highest offer = $550,000,000 + 44,254,610.07Highest offer = $594,254,610.07The highest share price is the total high offer price, divided by the shares outstanding, or:Highest share price = $594,254,610.07 / 8,000,000 sharesHighest share price = $74.28 3.

To determine the current exchange ratio which would make a cash offer and a...

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