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Atlantic Corporation Case By Julian Manguinao

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Transcript of Atlantic Corporation Case By Julian Manguinao

0 + - = 9 8 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 c Atlantic
Corporation
Case Atlantic Corp Royal Paper Outlook for the Future The Case Present Value= $315.14
Purchasing Price (exclud. NWC)=$270.00
Net Present Value= $45.14 Valuation Buying Price of the Package Implementation The Linerboard Market Our Predictions Group 2.3
April 12,
2013 Patrick
Halloran Steven
Winters To Royal Paper $270,000,000.00 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 Value of Royal Paper Package $0 $12.80 $10.22 $24.90 $60.96 $65.82 $69.49 $73.40 $75.08 $78.56 $83.04 $91.57 $91.57 $209.57 $91.57 $91.57 WAAC Calculation Interest Rate
Housing Market
Forestry Product
Linerboard WACC=15.14% - + Royal Paper Atlantic Corporation Box Plants Around the Country Reasons for Purchase Box plants around the country
Lower cost than competitors
Positive Industry outlook
Diversification of company operations
Atlantic Corporation purchases 150,000 tons of linerboard each year Competitor
Comparison Re-Calculation of WACC WACC=15.39% $270 Million Questions? PV: $309.76 M
Purchasing Price: $270.00 M
NPV: $39.76 M Key to Royal Paper SOLVED Source Capital through issuing of 10 million shares at $30 each ($28 going to Atlantic Corp)
Increase in dividends in $0.80 to $1.20
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