48 IRR 50% Discounted Payback and 3 years (1,875) (37) 2,071 11,669 Accumulated CFFA.
What does DPB stand for?
DPB stands for Discounted Payback (Period)
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- Deposit Protection Board
- Designated Professional Body (UK)
- Deutsche Pétanque Bundesliga (German sports club)
- Device Parameter Block
- Dienstelle für Personen mit Behinderung (French: Agency for Persons with Disabilities; Belgium)
- Diffuse Panbronchiolitis (lung disease)
- Diffusion des Productions Basques (French: Basque Broadcast Productions)
- Digital Paintball (Halflife paintball modification)
- Digital Pulse Blanking (RF Interference Mitigation)
- Direct Product Basis
- District Planning Board (India)
- Division of Particle Beams APS
- Division Property Book
- Docteur du Pare-Brise (French: Doctor's Windshield; cars; Canada)
- Domestic Purposes Benefit (New Zealand)
- Donald P. Bellisario (TV writer, producer, director)
- Double Positioning Boundary
- Dr. Pepper Bottling (beverages)
- Drive Parameter Block
- Dakota Pet Breeders Association (South Dakota)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The PFS estimates that, based on the key parameters described below, the Net Present Value (NPV8) of the FerrAus Pilbara Project, using an 8 per cent discount rate (real, after tax), ranges from A$1,120 million to A$1,340 million, with an after tax Internal Rate of Return (IRR) return of between 24 and 26 per cent and a discounted payback of 4 years.
96m Discounted cash flows can be used to calculate the discounted payback period of a project.
An improved approach to payback, discounted payback, has been developed.
Discounted Payback Analysis Having identified, by line of coverage, the least-cost retention level on a present value basis, the next step is to evaluate whether the incremental savings, if any, are worth the additional risk incurred as retention levels are increased.
The advantages of the Discounted Payback Period include: 1) focuses on future cash flows, 2) incorporates time value of money and 3) places a premium on liquidity (i.
Discuss the problem with using real cash flows and a nominal WACC when calculating a project's Discounted Payback Period, NPV, IRR and MIRR.
 It is now possible to extend the NPV to include the discounted payback period, the discounted payback index and, at last, to arrive at a marginal growth rate.