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Best Practices In Developing Intangible Asset Valuations and Asset-based Approach Business Valuations (A BVR Workshop)

Most analysts are familiar with applying the income approach and the market approach to going-concern business valuation. While most valuation professionals may be familiar with applying the asset-based approach to valuing investment holding companies, many are generally not familiar with applying the asset-based approach to valuing going-concern businesses. One reason for this is most analysts are not familiar with the principles of tangible property and intangible property valuation. While some analysts are familiar with applying ...

Carried Interest—What's it Worth?

Join Vladimir Korobov and Kyle Garcia for an overview of private equity funds and other alternative investment vehicles with similar characteristics in general and discuss situations that require business valuation. With discussion of the valuation of carried interests including the general approaches used for valuation, you’ll get helpful tips when undertaking engagements for these unique assets. Learn to address issues of the fund life cycle and the valuation methods applicable in different stages. Practical examples ...

Valuing Small Owner-Operated Business

Small owner-operated businesses have unique characteristics that are fundamentally different from other businesses. These differences should be taken into consideration when performing valuations. Join David Coffman for a dive into those characteristics and a detailed description on how they impact valuation procedures and conclusions. Learn about the market for small owner-operated business valuations.

Valuing Fractional Interests in Real Estate 2.0

January 2022 Hardcover (485 pages)

Dennis A Webb

Milonguero Press

This book is the first complete, multidisciplinary work that fully integrates business valuation and real property appraisal. Webb addresses the long-standing struggle with fractional interests in real property, specifically because the practice lies squarely between business valuation and real property appraisal and draws from both professions and bodies of knowledge, which creates formidable challenges for all stakeholders. Webb has pulled off a feat that rarely occurs in practice: complete integration with the two fields. His book offers two practical, eye-opening case studies that represent a significant advance in valuation methodology and professional cooperation.

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Non-Marketable Investment Company Evaluation: Free Resource for Your Next Valuation

When it comes to valuing minority interests in family investment entities such as family limited partnerships, it is apparent that the income approach should now be used alongside the traditional asset/market approach. Join creator William Frazier for a live “nuts and bolts” example of exactly how the nonmarketable investment company evaluation (NICE) method is used. With examples of FLPs with different asset makeups and financial characteristics, this event will arm you with a new tool ...

Power Panel: Festivus Edition

In the final Power Panel of 2021, join experts Jay Fishman, Roger Grabowski, and Chris Mercer for this “Festivus”-themed conversation. What is Festivus? It is a light-hearted reference to the “airing of grievances” with a valuation twist. Our all-star lineup will discuss practices and thought processes within valuation that need a reexamining along with suggestions of how the profession can move forward. As usual, bring your questions and comments, and we welcome you to submit ...

Relying on Guideline Public-Company Data in Appraisals of Closely Held Interests

What are the guidelines for using the guideline public-company data in appraisals of closely held interests? Join Rob Schlegel to learn the background and logic for appraisers relying on public-company transaction data, including the advantages and disadvantages. There are a variety of sources for these data, and several examples will be provided as to how these data are used. Winnowing the initial data group and concluding on the best fit given the client conditions imply ...

Illiquidity Discounts for Restricted Equity Securities with Random or Indefinite Liquidity Horizons

Illiquidity discounts depend on the length of the trading restriction period. Existing theoretical restricted stock discount models are adapted to situations in which the trading restriction period has a well-defined fixed length. In many scenarios, the private equity investor faces a liquidity horizon that may be random or indefinite rather than of known fixed length. Stillian Ghaidarov will review a simple and robust methodology that allows us to extend the use of restricted stock discount ...

Valuing Shareholder Cash Flows

The integrated theory of business valuation provides a conceptual framework for disciplined analysis of valuation questions. Too often, valuation analysts are tempted to view individual components of a valuation assignment on a piecemeal basis. Adhering to the integrated theory helps valuation analysts develop base valuation conclusions, discounts, and premiums that are rooted in a shared perspective of the subject company and the subject ownership interest. In the first webinar of the three-part series, Chris Mercer ...

Power Panel: Live Expert Answers for Today's Tough BV Questions

What is going on next in BV? While we don’t have a crystal ball, we do have the next best thing. Thought leaders Jay Fishman, Neil Beaton, Ray Rath, and Stacy Collins on hand to answer your questions on what is changing, trends within the profession, and thought processes behind tackling tough problems. What’s more, if you send in a video of yourself asking the question, you will get free admission to the session. Use ...

Valuing Enterprise Cash Flows

The integrated theory of business valuation provides a conceptual framework for disciplined analysis of valuation questions. Too often, valuation analysts are tempted to view individual components of a valuation assignment on a piecemeal basis. Adhering to the integrated theory helps valuation analysts develop base valuation conclusions, discounts, and premiums that are rooted in a shared perspective of the subject company and the subject ownership interest. In Part 1 of the series, Chris Mercer and Travis ...

Valuing Small and Micro Businesses Using the Income Method

Focus in on valuing micro and small businesses using the income methods of business valuation. Learn to distinguish differing risk factors between large companies and micro and very small companies. Join Gregory Caruso for a deep dive into problematic areas of actual small-business valuation cases to review theory and tie it into the actual application of methods using best practices and professional judgment. Audience questions and succinct opinions welcomed in this hands-on event.

Conceptual Overview of the Integrated Theory

The integrated theory of business valuation provides a conceptual framework for disciplined analysis of valuation questions. Too often, valuation analysts are tempted to view individual components of a valuation assignment on a piecemeal basis. Adhering to the integrated theory helps valuation analysts develop base valuation conclusions, discounts, and premiums that are rooted in a shared perspective of the subject company and the subject ownership interest. This first webinar in the three-part series sets the stage ...

NICE Value! How to Deploy the Non-Marketable Investment Company Evaluation Method

When it comes to valuing minority interests in family investment entities such as family limited partnerships, business valuation professionals have not often used the income approach. However, in three recent Tax Court cases, the income approach was prominently featured, and, in one case, it was clearly the deciding factor in the court’s decision. Join William Frazier to learn about the nonmarketable investment company evaluation (NICE) method. Learn its origins, what it doesn’t replace, and how ...

School of Probability: The Use of Monte Carlo in Valuation

The one thing we know about valuations is that the future is unpredictable. How we deal with that uncertainty is critical to developing credible valuations. Join Oksana Westerbeke and Keith Konen to learn how Monte Carlo simulations can be used to deal with the uncertainty, allowing you to generate insights for your client and build credible valuations.

This Deceptively Simple Tool Can Help Clients Forecast Cash Flow

Valuation and forensics expert Darrell Dorrell (Financial Forensics) offers an Excel spreadsheet you can give clients to help them keep a close eye on their cash flow during these tough times.

American Business Appraisers and BVR Annual Key Issues Update

Every year American Business Appraisers brings together experts from across the country for a frank and practical discussion of the issues impacting business valuation. This year, everyone is invited to four great sessions. Get a current update on the SBA Paycheck Protection Program and the forgiveness application. Adam Rosenfield gives an overview of what the most recent changes to the program are and how that affects clients/future clients. Get guidance on how the loan and ...

Valuing Micro and Small Businesses in the Shadows of COVID-19

Valuing micro and small businesses in the shadow of COVID-19 is daunting. COVID-19’s effects on the economy has magnified risk and uncertainty for small business, making the job of valuators more difficult. Join small business broker, attorney, valuation professional, and author Gregory Caruso for a deep dive into problematic areas of actual small-business valuation cases. With a review of how the theory ties into the actual application of methods using best practices and professional judgment ...

Key Issues in Valuing Owner Operated Small Businesses

Owner-operated business must be considered in a different framework than many other types of business. Everything from hypothetical transaction (asset sale versus equity interest) to financial objectives (minimize taxable income versus maximize shareholder value) must be considered from a different perspective. Join David Coffman as he discusses rate of return and personal goodwill through this unique lens.

Valuation Challenges and Best Practices in Joint Ventures and Strategic Affiliations

Today, corporate investments into joint ventures and other non-controlled entities now exceed $5 trillion per year, according to Ankura/Water Street Partners' analysis of U.S. Government data. Companies utilize joint ventures for a variety of reasons, including to access capabilities, share risk, pool capital, secure added scale and scope, and satisfy regulatory requirements of local ownership. Join Jerry Chang, Molly Faber, and Tim Lubbe of Ankura to learn more about the increasing prevalence of joint ventures ...

Financial Triage: Five One-Page Tools for Appraisers That Add Value During Transition Or Crisis

There are five simple, but powerful tools, financial experts can use to help their clients manage precious cash, increase diminished revenues, and concentrate people resources during business crises. The tools, i.e. RCF, DRC, CCO, BPM, and SMM and have been deployed for nearly two decades in businesses throughout North America ranging from sole proprietorships to Fortune 500 companies. They are ideally suited to businesses needing immediate cash and revenue enhancement supplemented by sustainable actions. Join ...

Valuation of Small Promissory Notes

Privately held promissory notes (typically $0 to $10 million) need to be valued for gift/estate, tax, and related party transactions. However, bonds from publicly traded companies are not comparable because publicly traded companies are large, diversified, and represent much less risk. Note buyers typically discount the outstanding balance of privately held notes to yield a return of 12% to 20% depending on the collateral and other risk factors. Since corporate bonds yield around 4% to ...

The Balance Sheet and its Correlation to Company Specific Risk

The pandemic is teaching us that businesses, small and large, and their balance sheets are important not just from handling a pandemic, but also from sustaining operations. Understanding assets, and which matter, will help analysts determine the specific company risks. Expert Josh Shilts discusses which categories are important in understanding risk and what ratios and other analyses can be used to measure risk. Identifying and linking balance sheet financials to company-specific risk is a critical ...

Alternate Valuation Methods in the Era of COVID-19

COVID-19 has substantially affected the financial and economic characteristics of privately held and publicly traded businesses throughout the U.S. In this presentation, the presenters will address the valuation impact of COVID-19 and the potential distortions that can occur when traditional valuation approaches and methods are mechanically applied. In the current environment, it is important for analysts to think “outside-the-box” when performing business valuations with valuation dates occurring during the first and second quarter of 2020.

The Comprehensive Guide to the Use and Application of Transaction Databases, Fourth Edition

May 2020 Hardcover, PDF

Alina Niculita

Business Valuation Resources, LLC

Edited by esteemed BV practitioner Alina Niculita, ASA, CFA, MBA and now in its 4th edition, The Comprehensive Guide to the Use and Application of Transaction Databases has become the most trusted source for details on every transaction set available to the valuation profession for use in the market approach. Learn more >>
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