Last October, this editor moderated a Lively Debate at the meetings in Toronto of the International Valuation Standards Council (IVSC). The topic of that debate, which was co-sponsored by the International Institute of Business Valuers (IIBV) was “International Business Valuation Education and Accreditation.” The debate there illustrated a growing desire for some designation or indication of a certain competence level for performing cross-border valuations. The second Lively Debate and panel discussion will be held at the upcoming IVSC meetings in Paris on October 14. The title of the event is “Two Truths and a Lie About Global Business Valuation Standards.” The panel will discuss the considerations of new VPOs about appropriate levels of professional standards including education, standards, and quality initiatives. To register for the IVSC meetings, click here. For more information on the Lively Debate 2, go to the IIBV website.
Please let us know
if you have any comments about this article or enhancements you would like to see.