An online platform that guides you through the process of estimating cost of capital, a key component of any valuation analysis. You can subscribe to any or all three cost of capital modules, each offering three annual subscription levels: Basic, Pro and Enterprise.
U.S. Cost of Capital Module
The U.S. Cost of Capital Module provides U.S. company-level inputs used to estimate cost of capital, with data going back to 1999. As one of the most authoritative sources of equity risk premia, size premia and other critical data used in computing cost of capital, the module is flexible and allows users to select Kroll proprietary data or allows them to develop their own cost of capital estimates. Users are able to download the data and their estimates into their spreadsheets via the platform and the Cost of Capital Navigator Excel add-in. This saves time and ensures a consistent, accurate analysis. Results can also be downloaded into a standard report format suitable for review by auditors and other stakeholders with inputs and assumptions clearly documented.
U.S. Data Includes
- Size Premia and Risk Premia
- Risk-free Rates
- U.S. Equity Risk Premia (ERPs)
- Company Lists
U.S. Industry Benchmarking Module
The U.S. Industry Benchmarking Module provides subscribers with comprehensive industry-level statistics presented in a concise, consistent and clear format for approximately 170 U.S. industries, with data going back to March 2014.
The U.S. Industry Benchmarking Module provides industry-level inputs needed to estimate cost of equity capital, weighted average cost of capital (WACC), and industry-level benchmarks that can be used to augment and support their own custom analyses. The module offers a range of methods used to estimate industry-level cost of capital metrics and to analyze each industry statistic in five ways: the median, the industry as a whole, the largest companies, the smallest companies and high-financial-risk companies.
U.S. Industry-level Data Includes
- Cost of equity, cost of debt and WACC estimates
- Performance statistics
- Valuation multiples
- Levered and unlevered betas
- Capital structure
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