Good turnout at the annual NACVA conference

BVWireIssue #201-2
June 12, 2019

business valuation accrediting organizations
business valuation profession, national association of certified valuation analysts (NACVA)

BVWire is just back from the annual conference of the National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts in Salt Lake City, which attracted a good crowd both in-person and online via live streaming. Some of the sessions on our radar included one on new research regarding growth rates (part of an emerging trend of re-examining the components of the terminal value), the cost of capital “conundrum” (which had some heads spinning over rising complexities), management projections (a very hot topic), a new mechanism for reconciling the outcomes of different valuation methods, the controversy over calculation engagements, a “tell-all” session with judges on the panel, and several sessions on storytelling. We’ll have some takeaways in the next issue of BVWire.
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