Putting a value on different bands is an essential skill for everyone with a professional interest in the spectrum world. Download the brochure and further information
Whether you work for a regulator, government agency or an operator, you are likely to be involved in valuing the spectrum in some form. It is an essential part of these common activities:
- Setting reserve prices for an auction
- Corporate strategic planning for an auction or acquisition
- Negotiating licence renewal
- Setting annual spectrum fees
- Dealing with administered incentive pricing (AIP)
This two day spectrum online course will explain the commonly-used valuation techniques, covering:
- Business modelling
- Technical valuation
- Opportunity cost techniques
- Company value technique
Working through real-world examples we will show how these are used in practice and how they can be used together in a “triangulated” approach.
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This course will suit a wide range of people: from those without a financial background seeking to understand the principles involved to those with financial experience who are new to the spectrum world. Likely job titles include:
- Spectrum managers
- Finance, regulatory and policy executives
Book together with the Spectrum Auctions Masterclass
Valuing the Spectrum is held immediately before our Spectrum Auctions Training. Accurate valuation is a vital part of auction preparation, so it can make sense to attend both. The content is designed to be complementary. You can book for both courses online.
The training costs £500 + VAT if booked two weeks or more in advance, and £600 + VAT thereafter.
If you register for the Spectrum Auctions Training as well, there is a reduced fee: £900 + VAT if booked two weeks in advance, and £1100 + VAT thereafter. Download the brochure for further information.
Please note: non-UK residents do not have to pay VAT as long as they provide their VAT number.
The course features a flexible combination of lectures; exercises using real-world data and examples; feedback and review sessions; as well as ‘question and answer’ sessions. Class size is limited to 25.
Online registration is available now.