Post-Money Valuation

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Post-Money Valuation

The value of a company after its most recent round of financing. Related: Pre-Money Valuation

Post-Money Valuation

The value of a company's stock after adding external financing, such as a new issue of bonds or an IPO. Venture capitalists can compare the estimated post-money valuation to the pre-money valuation to determine a company's potential profitability when they are making investment decisions. This comparison helps the venture capitalists find how much capital the company needs to maintain or expand its operations.
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While many view GM as a "self help story" that can cut costs faster than the pace of industry headwinds, Jonas said he does "not subscribe to this view." He also reduced his estimate of the value of GM Cruise to $9B from $11.5B, which he notes is "far below" the post-money valuations implied by recent strategic capital raises, stating that he is increasingly cautious on the ability to remove the safety-driver from autonomous vehicles.