We perform valuations at a highly technical level that require wide experience and comprehensive knowledge to obtain value estimates with total objectivity and the best judgment.
Our qualified experts draw up valuations for a variety of reason including the following:
Company acquisitions or sales. Mergers.
To negotiate purchase/sale agreements.
To capitalize a company.
To value non-tangible assets (goodwill).
To obtain financing lines.
Purchase and sale of shares.
To confirm other valuations. “Second opinion”.
Valuation of minority share packages.
➟ The company valuation service
Company valuations can help to answer questions such as:
How much is my business worth?
To what extent has my investment in the company been profitable?
What can be done to improve this profitability and create wealth?
➟ Our Procedure
We study the objectives and intended use of the valuation. The circumstances in each case will determine the level of information required and the type of report needed.
The valuation report will include the definition of the valuation, a financial analysis, an explanation of the most suitable valuation methods and reconciliation of the estimated value and our conclusion on the same.
Business Valuation Service
What do we offer?
Consultancy on the various aspects affecting the value of a company.
A systematic professional method for determining the value and a high-quality report.
The use of our experience in the solution of your specific case.
On completion of the valuation, our clients receive a valuation report with a reliable estimated value of their company and an explanation of how this valuation was arrived at.
Summary of the valuation assumptions: what is valued, for whom is it valued and what are the premises of this valuation.
Summary of the key points of the valuation in each case.
Company’s financial position.
Summary of the valuation methods considered and used.
Development of the capitalisation/ return/ growth rates used.
Conditions limiting the valuation.
Purpose of the valuation.
Company background/track record.
Economic vision of the sector and the competitive environment.
Differentiation between issues of control or minority equity holdings.
Valuation adjustment. Interpretation and conclusions.