Equity Valuation – Shake Shack Inc.
This workshop explores valuation techniques commonly used by Wall Street firms. The topics covered provide practical application of the standards and methods professional analysts apply on the job. The Shake Shack case study reviews how the company stock price declined 60% from it’s all time high of $96.75 in 2015. We cover key fundamental events that caused the stock price to decrease. We also discuss valuation analysis to determine if the stock price is currently undervalued or fairly valued by the market.
- Situation overview
- Financial performance
- Corporate valuation
- Comparable analysis
- Discounted Cash flow
- Valuation overview
Speaker: Luis Romero
Mr. Romero is a senior analyst at Romero Capital. He has conducted financial training programs for corporate and individual clients around the U.S. and the world including New York, Frankfurt, Toronto and Vancouver. Previously he was a director at the New York School of finance. Before joining Kerburn Rose he was an equity analyst at Seven Points Capital.
Mr. Romero began his career as a Mergers and Acquisitions analyst at Credit Suisse in New York, where he acquired deal experience in the technology, industrial and health care sector. He graduated from Baruch college in 2008 with a degree in finance and investment.