Are you prepared to provide distressed business values in today’s economy?

BVWireIssue #85-3
BVWireIssue #85-3
October 21, 2008

Until credit markets thaw and current financial conditions improve, the challenge for business appraisers is to assess the options for distressed and impaired entities, says bankruptcy expert Jim Alerding CPA/ABV, ASA, CVA (Clifton Gunderson LLP), with particular attention to capital procurement, management forecasts, industry of operation—and the all-important premise of value: liquidation or going concern?

How to deal with these specialized issues? Join Alerding along with James Ewart (Dixon Hughes PLLC) and investment banker Robert Shortle (Periculum Capital Co.) for “Companies in Distress: Valuing the Impaired and Currently Unprofitable,” BVR’s next teleconference on Thursday, November 5, 2009. The experts will discuss the classic methods of appraising troubled entities as well as the current challenges of providing fair market value in bankruptcy and work-out contexts. Attendees will earn 2 CPE credits; to learn more or to register, click here.
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