What becomes a BV legend most?

BVWireIssue #50-1
November 1, 2006

Legends in the rock music industry release “best of” compilations and become inducted to the Hall of Fame.  And while the comparable may not be precise, in business valuation, the “legendary” Shannon Pratt has just released The Best of Shannon Pratt (BVR, 2006), a compilation of his articles over the past decade from the BVU and Judges and Lawyers™, on topics ranging from the cost of capital to discounts for lack of marketability, opinions on controversial court cases to reflections on trends in the BV profession. To order a copy, including a limited-time $50 savings, click here.

And just this month, the Financial Consulting Group announced that Dr. Pratt’s firm, Shannon Pratt Valuations, LLC (Portland, OR) has joined its invitation-only ranks, which now counts just over 100 members, including recent inductees Cordes & Company, Inc. (Denver), Reed Tinsley, CPA (Houston), Advent Valuation Advisors, LLC (Newburgh, NY), Daszkal Bolton, LLP (Boca Raton), and Harper Lutz Zuber Potenza & Associates (Denver).  To be considered for membership, a firm must have at least one person with a valuation designation, complete an application and submit a report for review; rock ‘n roll experience optional.  For more information, gofcg.org.

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