News Tag: valuation certification


Last chance to take survey on growing controversy over the ABV credential

Leading members of the CPA/ABV community ask that you take a survey on the AICPA’s decision to open up the ABV credential to non-CPAs. The survey will be closed soon, so please make your voice heard on this important matter. Read more >>

AICPA’s move to allow non-CPAs to get ABV sparks strong reaction

A number of prominent CPA/ABVs are urging the AICPA to reconsider a recent decision by its governing board to allow non-CPAs to be eligible for the Accredited in Business Valuation (ABV) credential. Please take a survey and give your thoughts. Read more >>

IACVA rebrands itself as IACVS

IACVA will become IACVS, the International Association of Certified Valuation Specialists, to better represent the efforts and goals of the organization. Read more >>

AICPA unveils new CVFI credential for financial instruments

Comments are due Sept. 26, 2017, on an exposure draft of a “disclosure framework” that establishes parameters of documentation requirements for the Certified in Valuation of Financial Instruments (CVFI) credential. Read more >>

AICPA issues its first wave of CEIV credentials

The American Institute of CPAs (AICPA) has doled out its first batch of certifications for the new Certified in Entity and Intangible Valuation™ (CEIV™) credential for individuals doing fair value measurements. Read more >>

Some key takeaways from the ASA/USC fair value conference

There was record attendance at the ASA/USC 11th Annual Fair Value Conference in Los Angeles. BVWire was there and here are a few takeaways from some of the sessions, all of which were excellent. Read more >>

Comments due June 24 on exposure drafts for fair value quality initiative

The ASA, AICPA, and RICS have issued two exposure drafts for public comment that relate to the ongoing initiative to improve the quality of financial reporting valuations for U.S. publicly traded companies. Comments are due June 24. Read more >>

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