Private market value

Private market value (PMV)

The break-up market value of all divisions of a company if divisions were each independent and established their own market stock prices.
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Breakup Value

The value of a division in a company if that division were its own independent company. Companies considering taking over another use the breakup value, among other metrics, to determine whether a takeover is worth the time and expense. It is also called the private market value.
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It is known for its Private Market Value with a Catalyst style of investment.
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Private market value is based on recent comparable transactions.
In its present statement LICT said that the offered price is closer to the prevailing financial and marketplace dynamics in the firm's industry in comparison with the previously proposed price, which according to the company did not adequately reflect the private market value of the business.
This rapidly expanding market now accounts for 6% of the total number of private clubs, 6% of the private market value and an impressive 14% of the private sector membership.
GAMCO Investors said that its advisory subsidiary, Gabelli Funds is launching the GAMCO International SICAV - GAMCO Strategic Value - fund to provide investors outside the US with direct access to GAMCO's proprietary Private Market Value with a Catalyst stock selection process and global equity research team.
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Morgan Securities analyst who estimated that the newspaper and television operator is trading at a 40% discount to its private market value.

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