Valuation in the new economy

BVWireIssue #130-2
July 17, 2013

In the wake of economic turmoil and regulatory reform, BVR has some CPE events geared to bring your skills and techniques up to speed with the changing times.

In BVR’s July 18 webinar, Community Bank Valuation: What's Happened Since the Great Recession, experts Dwight Larsen and Matthew Becker (both BankValue Advisory Services) will address how the great recession and its current recovery have affected and will affect the value and valuations of community banks.

“The days of stable equity risk premiums are behind us,” says Dr. Aswath Damodaran (Stern School of Business, New York University). After years of economic turmoil, equity risks must be related to events and fundamentals, and checked between markets to ensure their accuracy. Dr. Damodaran will expand on this topic on July 28 in Equity Risk Premiums: Looking Back, Looking Forward. Attendees of this program may hear the most thoughtful and insightful guidance on valuations in the new economy yet.

Amid healthcare reform, hospitals are acquiring medical practices more than ever. Part 7 of BVR’s 2013 Online Symposium on Healthcare Valuation features Lori Foley and Tynan Olechny (both PYA GatesMoore) on the methods and procedures that every appraiser should know when Benchmarking Medical Practice Performance. From the selection of data through the application of benchmarking methods and their analysis, Foley and Olechny will address the classic considerations and emerging trends of practice benchmarking.

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