A monthly roundup of key developments of interest to business valuation experts.
Business valuation news from a global perspective.
The AICPA Forensics and Valuation Services Executive Committee has voted not to adopt a proposed new glossary of terms into its valuation standards.
The International Valuation Standards Council (IVSC) is looking to recruit up to three new members for its Financial Instruments Standard Board.
The application deadline is March 15 for the spring semester of the online master’s in business valuation (MBV) program at Florida University Southeast (FUSE), and classes start April 1.
The folks at Valuology have compiled profiles of the valuation regulatory infrastructure in over 100 jurisdictions around the world.
The American Society of Appraisers (ASA) has announced that this year’s International Appraisers Conference will be held October 24-26.
The International Valuation Standards Council (IVSC) will hold a virtual roundtable on February 18 on the proposed new international standards governing the valuation of financial instruments.
Hopefully, the conference scene will start to get back to normal this year and we will be able to see each other in person.
Virat Kohli, captain of the India national cricket team, has topped the powerful celebrity brand list of Duff & Phelps for the fourth year in a row, according to its Celebrity Brand Valuation Study 2020: “Embracing the New Normal.”
While environmental, social, and governance (ESG) factors are seeing a “remarkable increase in awareness,” there is no “common approach regarding how to systematically factor ESG into financial valuations of specific target businesses,” says KPMG’s Quarterly Brief—International Valuation Newsletter for the first quarter of 2021.
What a year! This is a recap of developments in the business valuation profession under the shroud of COVID-19 including the latest thinking in methodologies, changes in regulations, new and updated resources, and practice-building ideas.
If the new proposed glossary of business valuation terms makes its way into the valuation standards, practitioners will face more exposure to professional risk, says an attorney in a Letter to the Editor.
The Appraisal Foundation (TAF) is looking for qualified candidates to fill four at-large seats on its board of trustees.
The first in a series of “power panel” BVR webinars drew a huge audience and brought together top thought leaders in the profession to address hot-button issues via questions from the audience (some on video).
What is in store for 2021? While we don’t have a crystal ball, we do have the next best thing. Thought leaders Jay Fishman, Jeff Tarbell, Michelle Gallagher, and Ken Pia are 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 ...
You can get free admission to BVR’s Power Panel: Live Expert Answers for Today’s Tough BV Questions on January 14 if you send in a video of yourself asking a question you want the panel to answer.
The latest edition of the journal of the Organismo Italiano di Valutazione, the valuation standards-setter in Italy, is now available if you click here.
The following letter concerns the proposed changes to the International Glossary of Business Valuation Terms (see last week’s coverage for details).
I hope this issue finds you and your families all safe and well during this pandemic. I am very honored with the appointment to editor of the Business Valuation Review.
A draft of a revised international glossary of business valuation terms has been developed, and feedback is wanted on the terms included and their definitions.
Here’s your chance to ask any question you want, and it will be answered live during BVR’s Power Panel: Live Expert Answers for Today’s Tough BV Questions on January 14.
During 2020, it was exciting to see valuation experts rise to the challenges the pandemic created. Business Valuation Update was very fortunate to publish a good number of articles submitted by experts who presented some very interesting and innovative thinking about how to reflect the impact of the pandemic on valuations.
The International Valuation Standards Council (IVSC) is “eager” to hear comments on its exposure draft on a new standard for the valuation of financial instruments.
Mark your calendar for June 16-18 to attend the Interactive Virtual Congress 2021 held by the Chartered Business Valuators Institute (CBV Institute), Canada’s valuation professional organization (VPO).