John Paglia (Pepperdine University), Robert Slee (Robertson & Foley), and the Graziadio School of Business and Management at Pepperdine University just published the results of their ongoing Pepperdine Private Capital Markets Project, a research survey pertaining to privately-held companies and the markets in which they raise capital.
BVWire is happy to offer the following snapshot of some key factors specific to the appraisal profession. This compares to similar data from Paglia and Slee’s project we reported here six months ago.
Comparison: Today Versus Six Months Ago
|Number of engagements||30.5%||28.4%||41.1%|
|Fees for services||25.5%||53.6%||19.9%|
|Time to receive payment for services||11.2%||53.8%||34.5%|
|Size of your BV department||14.7%||70.6%||14.7%|
|Cost of capital||23.9%||42.4%||33.9%|
|Market (equity) risk premiums||14.3%||47.7%||37.9%|
|Company specific risk premiums||4.1%||43.8%||52.1%|