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LEARN FROM REAL INVESTMENT BANKING PRESENTATIONS

65 real presentations and 32 pages with 827 slide examples

Largest free collection of investment bank presentations and slide examples to learn about how to make M&A decks.

65 investment banking presentations from 20 of the top-tier investment banks. In addition, there are 827 examples of slides sorted across 32 sections.

For the committed, you can buy thousands of more investment banking presentations to learn from.

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What you can learn here

Quick points whilst you figure out if this is super interesting 😉

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  • 65 banking decks
  • 827 slide examples in 32 sections
  • 20 different banks
  • Selected from the top 20 banks
  • Used on live deals for paying clients
  • Filed with the SEC (Genuine)
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Quick Overview

Here's me explaining what this page is about (I need to do...)

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32 slide categories

You can click through and see 827 examples of slides across the 32 sections.

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Company overview

General overview
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Corporate Structure

Organisational charts

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Management Projections

Making sure management have their numbers right

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Research Analyst

Brokers show what their company forecasts are
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Comparison fin projections

Brokers and the company compare

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Analysis At Various Prices

See how offer values compare at different prices

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Share Price Analysis

Evaluate the historic trading of prices

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Volume Weighted Average Price

See how valuation changes based on the weighted price that are traded

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Regression Analysis

Statistics to see what the valuation is
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Discounted Cash Flow

Core valuation by discounting projections

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Weighted Average Cost Of Capital

Fancy calculation for the discount rate

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Comparable Companies

Valuation based on public companies
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Comparable Transactions

Valuations based on transactions that happened
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Dividend Discount Model

Like a DCF but less useful

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Leveraged Buy Out

Buying a company with a lot of debt

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Premiums Paid

Did other public companies pay more or less?
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Sum Of The Parts

Value all the bits and add them up

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Football Field

All valuations summarised on a slide

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Executive Summary

Short and smart summary of the work to date

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Offer Summary

What cash is being offered

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Offer Comparison

What deal is better or worse?
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Accretion Dilution

Will the share price go up or down?

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Exchange Ratio

What share or a merged company does each get?

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Shareholder Analysis

What institutionals own the companies?

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Ability To Pay

Can a competitor pay more than you?
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Synergy

Can BS assumptions magically make a deal work?

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Strategic Options

What the F should we do now?

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Transaction Case Study

How did deals work out before?
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Next Steps

What are we working on next?

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Disclaimer

Boring legal BS
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Full valuation

Full example of number valuation fun

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Sales Pitches

Examples of banks hoping to get into deals (they did)

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Who the heck is hawking me cool stuff!?

Hey! It's me Alexander Jarvis. I love to teach you nerdy stuff.

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  • Worked in M&A (Lazard financial institutions group)
  • I blog a lot to teach you interesting stuff
  • TEDx, Top Quora Writer, accelerator mentor, VC, fund director, built lots of startups, etc
  • I keep told to brag since I actually know what I'm talking about but I don't really feel the need
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