DLOM, forecasting, and valuation report attributions highlighted in the new issue of Business Valuation Update

BVWire–UKIssue #47-2
February 21, 2023

  • Valuation Expert Gets Caught Up in a Plagiarism Nightmare” (BVR Editor).A valuation expert in a divorce case was discredited over some material in his report that was copied from outside sources without attribution. With the proliferation of data and research on the web, it is easy to inadvertently use something and then forget to add the attribution.
  • NICE DLOM Method for FLPs Gets Peer Reviewed” (BVR Editor). A paper describing the theory and mechanics of the nonmarketable investment company evaluation (NICE) method for estimating a discount for lack of marketability (DLOM) has been published in the Business Valuation Review, the peer-reviewed journal of the American Society of Appraisers.
  • A Model for Forecasting a Multiple-Location, Growing Business” (BVR Editor). Veteran valuation expert Gary Trugman (Trugman Valuation) had an engagement that involved a business that operated a franchise with multiple locations—and was required to open a lot more. This article shows in detail how he did the forecasting.
  • Considerations When Adding Litigation Services to a Valuation Practice” (BVR Editor). The 2022 AAML/BVR National Divorce Conference sparked some advice for moving your practice into litigation support services for marital dissolution or any other matters that are headed to court.
  • More Insights From Young BVers About the Profession” (BVR Editor). The second of two panel discussions with young valuation and forensics experts reveal additional insights on their perspectives on the profession, including what attracted them to the profession and why they stay in it.
  • Simple Idea to Help Business Sellers Get All They Deserve” (BVR Editor). A valuation expert had a client who wanted to sell his company but had an unrealistic idea about price. The expert used DealStats to create a compelling visual that saved the deal from falling apart.

Check out the March 2023 issue of Business Valuation Update.

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