Valuing Employee Stock Options
Based on author Johnathan Muns advisory work with the FASB over 2003 and 2004, his graduate research work in the area of options analysis, and actual FAS 123 consulting projects with several Fortune 500 firms, Valuing Employee Stock Options provides you with a comprehensive understanding of the valuation applications of a customized binomial lattice through a systematic and objective assessment of the methodology.
This just-in-time resource includes informative sections that:
- Review the impact of ESO Cost
- Illustrate the issues of fair market valuation through an analytical assessment of three mainstream approaches used in option pricing
- Discuss the technical background required to run the Black-Scholes model (BSM) and customized binomial lattices
- Run through in-depth sample case studies applying FAS 123
- Provide multiple options valuation results that prove valuable from the perspective of both an analyst and a chief financial officer
The analyses performed in this book also use the authors own proprietary customized binomial lattice computer algorithms as well as his Real Options Analysis Toolkit, and Decisioneering, Inc.s Crystal Ball Monte Carlo simulation software.
Filled with in-depth insight and expert advice, Valuing Employee Stock Options can help CFOs and finance directors as well as analysts, consultants, and accountants understand the implications and applications of valuing employee stock options in light of todays ever-changing financial rules and regulations.
334 pages; ISBN 9780471706021
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Title: Valuing Employee Stock Options
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