anonymous
  • anonymous
I'm calculating the WACC for a company. Can anyone tell me how to get the risk premium for a single company
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anonymous
  • anonymous
For the equity part, you can use the beta. Damodaran has bunch of lectures just dedicated on what beta to use. So please check out his website.
anonymous
  • anonymous
I think there is a problem using a beta for a private company. For private company valuations, you can use an Ibbotson build up method, a Schilt risk premium or the Duff & Phelps study.

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