Business valuation represent what owners could reasonably expect the market prices of their businesses to be in a transaction. Businesses need valuing for a variety of reasons such as potential sale, shareholder exit, shareholder disputes, business planning, regulatory requirement, etc. Business valuation service is a process and a set of procedures used to estimate the value of a business.
The value of any business depends on future profits and the risks associated with such profits. Our deep expertise in financial modeling and forecasting gives you assurance that the information underlying our business valuation estimates is as accurate and reliable as possible. Business valuation process consists of the following stages:
- Initial scoping and planning – scope and purpose of the business valuation is determined, methodology and data sources are selected;
- Data gathering – relevant accounting and other business information are collected;
- Management meetings – number of discussions with client’s management are held to develop a thorough understanding of business and forecast future results;
- Analysis – gathered data is analysed using a range of tools to come up with realistic forecasts;
- Reporting – draft report is reviewed by client and then final valuation report is issued;
- Financial model supporting our valuation is also provided to the client at the end of engagement.