Financial instruments can be real or virtual documents representing a legal agreement involving any kind of monetary value. Equity-based financial instruments represent ownership of an asset. Debt-based financial instruments represent a loan made by an investor to the owner of the asset. Our services cover the following instruments:

IFRS 13

Fair Value Measurement

IFRS 9

Financial Instruments

IFRS 2

Share-based Payment

IAS 32

Financial Instruments: Presentation

IAS 39

Financial Instruments: Recognition and Measurement

Convertible Bonds Valuation

A convertible bond is a type of debt security that can be converted into a predetermined amount of the underlying company’s equity at certain times during the bond’s life, usually at the discretion of the bondholder. Convertible bonds are a flexible financing option for companies and are particularly useful for companies with high risk/reward profiles.

Input Variables:

  • Stock Price
  • Stock Dividend
  • Convertible Market Price
  • Maturity (Years)
  • Conversion Price
  • Conversion Ratio = Convertible Market Price / Conversion Price
  • Stock Dividend Yield = Stock Dividend / Stock Price
  • Conversion Value = Stock Price / Conversion Ratio

Employee Stock Options (“ESO”)

ESO is usually priced by using a lattice-based model, which takes into account expected changes in various parameters over an option’s life, thereby producing a more accurate estimate of option prices than created by models that consider only one point in time. If it also common for companies planning for IPO to issue stock options to motivate their contributors. We also pay special attention to the major variables:

  • strike price (K)
  • Spot price (S)
  • Time in year (days/365) (T)
  • Dividend per share (D)
  • Volatility in %
  • risk-free interest rate in %
  • Time to Dividend Payment
  • Number of steps
  • Suboptimal conditions or exercise behavior