In private equity, financial modeling typically consists of building leveraged buyout (LBO) models to evaluate the return profile of acquiring a business. The main metrics that are used in a private equity financial model include the internal rate of return (IRR), cash on cash return, net present value (NPV), debt/EBITDA ratio, debt/equity ratio, and other rates or return or leverage.
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