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January 24, 2019

Income Approach and Discounted Cash Flow Methodology | Alvarez & Marsal
When applying the income approach, the theory of business valuation determines the value of a business by assessing the present value of its future net cash flows. Since the requirement of full compensation is generally interpreted to put the damaged party into the same economic (i.e., financial) situation it would have been in but for the wrongful act, the methodology and approaches widely accepted for business valuation are also applied in the determination of damages.


In a recent article,* A&M GmbH Wirtschaftsprüfungsgesellschaft Managing Director Alexander Demuth examines the discounted cash flow methodology and its approaches, its application to the assessment of damages in the context of international arbitration, the assumptions required to adequately and reliably deploy this methodology, and the documentation required to support its results.

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3rd Edition:

Income Approach and the Discounted Cash Flow Methodology

*First published in Global Arbitration Review’s Guide to Damages in International Arbitration, ed. John Trenor, December 2018


2nd Edition:

Income Approach and the Discounted Cash Flow Methodology

*First published in Global Arbitration Review’s Guide to Damages in International Arbitration, ed. John Trenor, December 2017


1st Edition:

Income Approach and the Discounted Cash Flow Methodology

*First published in Global Arbitration Review’s Guide to Damages in International Arbitration, ed. John Trenor, November 2016