More from BVR’s winning webinar series

BVWireIssue #119-5
August 29, 2012

As announced in earlier editions of the Wire, we’ve selected five attendees at random from last week’s webinar Valuing Wineries & Breweries, each of whom will receive his or her choice of beer or wine from BVR’s home region of Portland, Ore. With a high turnout (due to fantastic content from presenter Jim Andersen), the odds were long, but the lucky five are:

  • Kurri Sewich (Chartwell Capital Solutions);
  • Emily Bange (Williams Keepers);
  • Brian Humenesky (Eureka Capital Markets);
  • Paula Lindsey (Davis/Chambers & Co.); and
  • Catherine Parente (Grant Thornton)

Congratulations to all five! And although we have no plans (yet) to include another raffle, our upcoming webinars are all winners:

  • On September 13, join G. William Kennedy (FTI Consulting) for the interactive Advanced Workshop on Regression Analysis, a four-hour intensive that will use case studies and “live” examples to demonstrate appropriate regression analysis techniques and interpretation.
  • On October 5, the Online Symposium on Estate & Gift Tax will begin, a five-part series put together by Linda Trugman (Trugman Valuation Associates) and featuring expert speakers and cutting-edge topics. These include John Porter on family limited partnerships; William Frazier and Ashok Abbott on the evaluation method for nonmarketable investment companies; and Bruce Johnson on using empirical data to value FLPs. There will also be a case law update, as well as a current overview on pass-through entity valuation and accounting for built-in capital gains. Subscribers to this Symposium will be automatically registered for all programs and will receive access to BVR’s Estate & Gift Desktop Learning Center, an online library of all past estate and gift webinars dating back to 2003. For more information on the Symposium, click here now.
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