Valuation

Companies seek business valuations for corporate governance or regulatory reasons, or management review for critical input for decision making process. In these instances the company is at a critical moment in its life. It may be planning a major acquisition, resolving a shareholder, or joint venture dispute, seeking to reduce the gap between intrinsic and market value.

Your Company May Require:

  • A fairness opinion on a transaction is to satisfy regulatory requirements or corporate governance concerns.
  • Independent and objective advice, to determine the right price to pay or accept for a business.
  • Valuations of unlisted companies, businesses, shareholdings, goodwill, know-how, brands and other intangible assets.
  • Advice for Joint Ventures / Alliances on equity splits at formation or exit in an independent or advocate role.
  • Support for litigation or arbitration, particularly expert witness and adjudication work in business valuation disputes.
  • Valuation opinions for unquoted debt or equity instruments.
  • Valuations of intangible assets or intellectual property such as brands, know-how, trademarks, customer lists, intellectual property rights (IPR) and goodwill for commercial, tax or regulatory (IFRS / US GAAP ) reasons.
  • Valuations for regulatory purposes e.g. Takeover Code, the Companies Act.
  • Purchase Price Allocation for IFRS & US GAAP.
  • Impairment review of assets for IFRS & US GAAP.
  • Complex valuations including highly-leveraged businesses and international projects.
  • Investment decision analysis.
  • Maximizing tax benefits for individuals and organizations.