Discounted Cash Flow or DCF is a method of valuation that takes into account future earnings potential of a company. This is the method by which a valuation exercise is done in case of mergers, acquisitions, IPO filings etc. Xerxes Antia, partner at Wadia Ghandy, takes us through the various aspects of DCF. Watch video for more.

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