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Are valuations around tech companies justified?

October 3, 2018 @ 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm UTC+0

Company valuation

Valuations of technology companies do not seem to follow the traditional technical valuations. Why is there such a difference between UK and USA tech valuations? Are their views true? What methods do analysts use to arrive at their valuations? Is the venture capital space becoming more of a “private IPO market”?

Join us and tech company experts at this event to learn about the latest developments on the subject including: How to value a tech company, AIM Market vs Nasdaq, Data Driven Valuations and alternative ways to support valuation models.

Who should attend?

CISI corporate finance members, venture capitalists, private equity houses, technology analysts and everyone else who believes (or not) that tech company valuations are justifiable.


Andrew Griffin, Managing Partner at Oakhall Advisors and former European technology research MD at Bank of America Merrill Lynch

Lorne Daniel, Techology Research Director at finnCap

Richard Anton, General Partner at Oxx and former Partner at Amadeus Capital

Learning Objective

To gain an insight into technology company valuations.


12:15 registration; 12:30 event; 13:30 light lunch; 14:00 ends.


Free for all CISI members. P27 may be able to invite a few (non-member) guests – please contact us if you would like to attend. Mauro Tortone, Director at P27, has co-led the organisation of this event for the CISI.

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*This event has taken place, but CISI members can see the video on CISI TV at cisi.org. Non-CISI members can download the slides from the event page linked in the Details box (website) below.*


October 3, 2018
12:30 pm - 2:00 pm UTC+0


Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment (CISI)
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Moore Stephens LLP
150 Aldersgate Street
London, EC1A 4AB United Kingdom
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