COVID-19 has impacted perhaps no industry in such a complex way as healthcare. Join Mark Dietrich in this discussion of items to consider before you forecast the likely impact on the healthcare industry of the current crisis. First, it is necessary to understand where the industry was before COVID-19 and then to understand what the crisis revealed about the allocation of resources. Second, you need to consider where future spending will be directed and how ...
The Coronavirus Pandemic has created perhaps the most unusual economic downturn at least in our lifetimes and likely in the past 100 years. For Americans, the Pandemic stopped in its tracks one of the most explosive economic growth and expansion in many years, if ever. Overnight almost, businesses that were economically sound and growing were turned into distressed and impaired businesses. Jim Alerding will analyze the valuation perspective needed to value a distressed or impaired ...
In a prior issue of BVWire, we presented one valuation expert’s way of dealing with the coronavirus in valuation reports before it was known or knowable.
During BVR’s recent town hall webinar on the valuation impacts of COVID-19, 25% of the audience said they expect business valuation engagements to “increase slightly” and 21% said business will stay the same.
“Hopes that the outbreak will dissipate quickly are receding,” according to the PwC COVID-19 CFO Pulse Survey.
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The International Private Equity & Venture Capital Valuation Guidelines Board (“the IPEV Board”) has issued special guidance with respect to applying the IPEV Valuation Guidelines when estimating fair value at March 31, 2020, which will be “very challenging.”
In a recent webinar, hosted by the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML), high-caliber presenters examined provisions in the mammoth COVID-19 federal legislation that are of particular significance to family law practitioners (attorneys and business valuators).
There were several questions about M&A activity amid the coronavirus crisis during BVR’s recent town hall webinar.
It’s a little too early to pinpoint the exact impact of the coronavirus on the economy, but a return to the level of economic activity that existed in early 2020 will probably occur at the “back end of 2021,” according to Simon Rubinsohn, chief economist for the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS).
To help support the inquiries we’ve been receiving from our customers about how to address the coronavirus in the valuations they are working on, BVR has created a new COVID-19 business valuation resource website where we offer links to current news, past articles and webinars, third-party articles, and more to help BVWire—UK readers.
‘This is a good time to revisit the implied ERP rather than the historical ERP,’ advises Dr. Michael A. Crain (Florida Atlantic University).
During this time of crisis, the numerator of the valuation equation needs much more attention than before, said a panel during yesterday’s free BVR webinar.
Harold Martin (Keiter) has the following additional comments regarding the appraisal discussed in last week’s BVWire article dealing with a valuation date of Dec. 31, 2019, and whether the impact of the coronavirus should be considered a subsequent event.
A spotlight on pandemic-related market developments in China and Hong Kong, India, Spain, and the U.S. is available as a free webcast from Valuation Research Group.
We’re in more of a global economy today than during previous crises, but the coronavirus crisis will impact pockets around the world differently, points out a panel of global valuation experts in a free webinar the iiBV hosted.
The American Society of Appraisers (ASA), CBV Institute, Global Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts (GACVA), National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts (NACVA), and The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) will jointly host a free virtual town hall on how the COVID-19 pandemic will impact business valuation analysts and appraisal.
In an excellent ABA webinar that summarized and analyzed the COVID-19-related legislation Congress passed to alleviate the economic harm on businesses and persons, IRS Chief Counsel Michael Desmond spoke to some of the efforts the agency is making to achieve implementation.
In this town hall-style event, Michelle Gallagher, Gary Trugman, Stacy Collins, and Harold Martin talk through key impacts of COVID-19 on valuation issues. From cost of capital to family law to guideline companies, the impact on the inputs, approaches, and the business we value is profoundly felt. Experts who have weathered financial crises before are doing a yeoman’s job of keeping current with the ever-changing information. Send early questions and comments to email@example.com. Invite your ...
Yes, it’s likely if the trend in China spreads to here.
If you click here, you can get a list of links to the latest insights, research, and guidance in relation to the COVID-19 pandemic published by various valuation organizations and professional bodies.
In the wake of the coronavirus outbreak, the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) has revised its growth forecasts for all countries across the world, and the picture is “bleak,” it says in a report.
Several BVWire readers have asked about how to treat the COVID-19 issue when you have a valuation date of Dec. 31, 2019.
In Franchising in the Time of COVID-19, an ABA panel recently discussed the scope of the disruption the pandemic has caused for franchisees and franchisors as well as legal doctrines on which franchisees/franchisors might rely to deal with the monetary damages to their businesses.
Valuation professionals who maintain career momentum during this time of crisis will stand out when it’s all over.