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Company valuation

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.

  • Property valuations.

  • Fiscal valuations.

  • Purchase and sale of shares.

  • Bequests.

  • To confirm other valuations. “Second opinion”.

  • Valuation of minority share packages.

  • Insolvency proceedings.

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.

Valuation Reports

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.

  • Management team.

  • Equity changes.

  • Economic vision of the sector and the competitive environment.

  • Differentiation between issues of control or minority equity holdings.

  • Valuation adjustment. Interpretation and conclusions.