Equity Value

Equity Value

Der Equity Value (deutsch: Eigenkapitalwert) eines Unternehmens ist der Wert dessen Eigenkapitals, ausgedrückt als ein Marktwert (das heißt unabhängig von dessen Buchwert). Der Equity Value ist somit der Teil des Unternehmenswerts (engl. Enterprise Value), der den Aktionären beziehungsweise Anteilseignern zusteht.

Bei börsennotierten Unternehmen entspricht der Equity Value in der Regel der Marktkapitalisierung (Abweichungen können sich ergeben, wenn das Unternehmen zusätzlich zu Aktien andere Eigenkapitalinstrumente oder -rechte ausgegeben hat). Bei nicht börsennotierten Unternehmen muss dieser durch eine Unternehmensbewertung ermittelt werden.

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