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Basic State Pension to CIS
CISO to Closed economy
Closed life consolidator to Credit control
Credit creation to Direct debit
Direct deposit to Electronic money
Electronic purse to FTSE 250
FTSE 350 to Funding
Funding concentration risk to Hybrid cloud
Hybrid debt to Interdealer broker
Interest to Leverage
Leverage Ratio to Merchant bank
Merger to Normal good
Normal profit to Pari passu clause
Paris Agreement to Promissory note
Prompt Payment Code to Request for proposal
Required Stable Funding to Scrum
Scrum Master to Sub-participation
Sub-prime lending to Trade payables
Trade receivables to WMBA Americas
WMR to €STR

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Enterprise value

(EV).

The total value of a commercial business, whether funded by equity alone or by a combination of equity and debt.

Also known as the 'entity value'.


Where the business is funded by both debt and equity the EV is given by:

EV = market value of debt + market value of equity


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