The International Private Equity and Venture Capital Valuation Guidelines Board (IPEV Board) has published draft amendments to its guidelines and seeks input and comments. The draft update is available here.
Last update in 2012: The IPEV Valuation Guidelines are reviewed periodically to ensure they continue to promote best practice when valuing investments and to incorporate changes to accounting standards. The guidelines were last updated in 2012, and this year’s update reflects the experience of industry practitioners applying IFRS 13 (international accounting standards) for three years, as well as continued experience of ASC Topic 820 (US GAAP).
The IPEV Board was created as an independent body in 2005 and is responsible for maintaining, promoting, monitoring, and updating the IPEV guidelines. The board has an advisory role and gives guidance on the application of the guidelines to all stakeholders in the private equity and venture capital industry, including practitioners, investors, regulators, and auditors.
Due November 27: Please send your comments and suggestions related to the draft update to email@example.com addressed to David Larsen, IPEV Board vice chair, by Nov. 27, 2015.
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