Guide to Industry Cost of Capital: The Latest in the Duff & Phelps Trilogy (November 13), featuring James Harrington (Duff & Phelps). In this free one-hour presentation, James Harrington, a leading member of the brain trust behind Duff & Phelps Valuation Handbooks, joins BVR for an in-depth look at what's included in the new 2014 Valuation Handbook - Industry Cost of Capital, and how appraisers can put it to work.
The Stark Law & Anti-Kickback Statute: Implications on Healthcare Valuations (November 18), featuring James Pinna and Matthew Jenkins (both Hunton & Williams). In part 11 of BVR's 2014 Online Symposium on Healthcare Valuation, attorneys Pinna and Jenkins discuss how the long-standing Stark and AKS fit with the new healthcare economy and what every appraiser should know before their next healthcare assignment.
Why Your Multiple May Be Wrong: Forgotten Statistical Concepts and Their Invaluable Application (November 19), featuring Robert Dohmeyer (Dohmeyer Valuation Corp.) and Herbert Kierulff (Seattle Pacific University). In the November issue of Business Valuation Update, Dohmeyer and Kierulff posited that "many appraisers have missed the statistical and causal subtleties inherent in both luck and skill, adhering to conventional wisdom that says 'companies with superior margins deserve a premium multiple.'" Learn more in this expanded live presentation of their article.
Comparing Fair Value Measurements Under GAAP and IFRS (December 2), featuring Mauro Bini and Mark Zyla (Acuitas Inc.). The Online Symposium on Fair Value Measurement concludes with an examination of how best to navigate the standards set forth in U.S. GAAP, IFRS, and the FASB amendment seeking to join the two together.
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