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Gems From the ASA Advanced BV Conference in New York City

Notable sessions at the American Society of Appraisers 2019 Advanced BV Conference included a panel that included a state supreme court judge who answered questions very candidly, tips from IRS representatives, several sessions on the size effect, and more.

10 Things to Know From the NACVA 2019 Conference

The importance of storytelling, a re-examination of the terminal value, the dangers of technology, cost of capital woes, online marketing tools, and more highlighted the 2019 Annual Consultants’ Conference presented by the National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts (NACVA).

NACVA recruiting members for its brain trust

The Business Development Committee (BDC) of the National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts (NACVA) is looking for members who would like to serve on the committee.

Tweedie to keynote ASA’s 2019 Advanced BV Conference

Sir David Tweedie will discuss how adoption of international valuation standards (IVS) will impact appraisers in the U.S. when he gives the keynote address at the American Society of Appraisers Joint ASA 2019 Advanced Business Valuation & International Appraisers Conference in New York City on August 25-27.

A Conversation With the New Editor of Business Valuation Review™

The American Society of Appraisers (ASA) recently appointed Victor Jarosiewicz as the new editor for its business valuation journal. BVU had the pleasure of talking with him about his new role and his thoughts on the business valuation profession.

NACVA honors 40 Under Forty

Rising stars in the profession were honored at NACVA’s recent Annual Consultants’ Conference in Salt Lake City.

Changes in BV world highlighted at NACVA conference

The theme of “change” in the business valuation profession was predominant at the 2019 Annual Consultants’ Conference June 5-7 in Salt Lake City presented by the National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts (NACVA) and the Consultants’ Training Institute.

ASA 2019-2020 election results

The American Society of Appraisers has announced the results of its 2019-20 elections for the new international officers, board of governors, Discipline Committee officers, and members at large.

Good turnout at the annual NACVA conference

BVWire is just back from the annual conference of the National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts in Salt Lake City, which attracted a good crowd both in-person and online via live streaming.

ASA Advanced BV Conference will present Woman Appraiser of the Year Award

The American Society of Appraisers will hand out its very first annual Woman Appraiser of the Year Award at the Joint ASA 2019 Advanced Business Valuation and International Appraisers Conference in New York City on August 25-27.

ASA opens nominations for Rising Stars Award

The American Society of Appraisers has launched its second annual offering of the Rising Stars, an award that honors the brightest valuation professions, age 40 and under, who have demonstrated success over the past fiscal year.

Early bird ends soon for ASA’s 2019 Advanced BV Conference

Early bird pricing is in effect through May 15 for the ASA 2019 Advanced Business Valuation Conference in New York City on August 25-27.

NACVA adds to CVA ranks

Newly minted CVAs numbered almost 120 in the first quarter of 2019, according to an announcement from the National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts (NACVA).

ASA eyes new governance model

The American Society of Appraisers is considering a transition from an operations-driven governance model to a policy-driven governance model, based on the “Carver model.”

ASA opens registration for Advanced BV Conference

You can now register for the Joint ASA 2018 Advanced Business Valuation and International Appraisers Conference being held in New York City on August 25-27.

BV specialty available to ASA real property valuers

Real property appraisers designated by the American Society of Appraisers can add a specialty in going-concern valuation for valuing a real estate-centered enterprise, i.e., a firm that also owns its real estate, such as a restaurant, nursing home, hotel, convenience store, and the like.

Letter from the Editor

As incoming editor for the Business Valuation Review, I want to take this opportunity to remind our readers of its history, its purpose, and its benefits—both to readers and to authors—and to give a sense of how easy it is to contribute your knowledge and improve our profession.

Almost Forty Years of Business Valuation Review

In this, my first issue as editor, I want to review how far this journal has come in its 37 years of existence and (re-)introduce new and old readers to the wealth of knowledge developed over those years. What follows is my summary of a chronological stream of articles that I found noteworthy.

Almost Forty Years of Business Valuation Review—Historical Articles

Includes archived articles from the 1980s, 1990s, 2000s, and the current decade of the 2010s. These are but a small sample of the nearly 800 articles published and available online from the Business Valuation Review.

From the Chair

As a group and as an organization, we need to focus our efforts, all of us, on the NextGen of professionals to become members of and eventually lead our profession. That will be a theme of the BVC over the next few years.

NACVA’s 2018 year in review

The National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts (NACVA) has posted the organization’s 10 accomplishments and milestones for 2018.

ASA to give credit for iiBV courses

The American Society of Appraisers (ASA) will recognize and give credit as having fulfilled the education requirements toward ASA accreditation to students who successfully complete iiBV courses delivered in all languages.

AICPA Council nixes request to suspend ABV change

At a meeting of the AICPA’s governing Council, members voted in favor of continuing to implement an earlier decision to expand eligibility for the Accredited in Business Valuation (ABV) credential to non-CPAs, according to a report in the Journal of Accountancy.

ABV change on agenda at AICPA Council meeting

The AICPA’s decision to open up the ABV credential to non-CPAs has received nearly unanimous criticism from the ABV community.

Two options for streaming the AICPA FVS Conference

If you can’t travel to Atlanta for the AICPA Forensic & Valuation Services Conference November 5-7, you can still attend it online with two options.

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