Putting a value on different bands is an essential skill for everyone with a professional interest in the spectrum world.
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)
- Agreeing a commercial framework for spectrum sharing
This two day course will explain the commonly-used valuation techniques, covering:
- Business modelling
- Technical valuation
- Opportunity cost techniques
- Economic modelling
- 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.
Valuing the spectrum will also show how to understand company accounts, how to use financial analysis to assess the impact of regulation, and cover the debates over appropriate models and methodologies.
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Who should attend?
This course will suit two groups of people: those without a financial background seeking to understand accounting principles and those with financial experience who are new to the spectrum world. Likely job titles include:
- Spectrum Managers
- Finance Regulatory and Policy Executives
- Economists and Policy Executives
The course features a flexible combination of lectures, exercises, feedback and review sessions, as well as ‘question and answer’ sessions. Class size is limited to 25.
The date for the this course will be announced shortly.