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Free Excel models on valuing complex debt

During a recent BVR webinar, several case studies were presented on valuing complex debt instruments.

BVU News and Trends January 2021

A monthly roundup of key developments of interest to business valuation experts.

Navigation Through the Maze in Complex Debt Instruments Valuation

Global convertible security issuance has surged in the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak as companies rush to raise cash to see them through the economic impact. This has resulted in an increase in demand for fair valuation requirement for convertible instruments. However, determination of fair value of convertible instruments can be a challenging task. Multiple provisions and attributes of the underlying security need to be considered and modeled. Join Mark Zyla, Rajesh C. Khairajani, and ...

Prospects grow for valuing promissory notes, says Mercer

There is an increasing number of opportunities for analysts in valuing promissory notes, says Chris Mercer (Mercer Capital) during the recent AICPA Forensic & Valuation Services Conference.

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.

Small Business, Bankruptcy and Business Valuation

The Small Business Restructuring Act makes Chapter 11 reorganization proceedings faster, cheaper and more efficient for companies that come to Bankruptcy Court with debts below the statutory cap. That may allow certain small business to survive the current turmoil resulting from the corona virus pandemic. What is, however, not yet clear is the role of business valuators in the process. Michael Pakter explains what that role might be.

The Valuation of Convertible Notes Using a Binomial Model

The authors’ research reveals that there are numerous articles, chapters, and models with bad math, bad equations, notational errors, or undisclosed rounding in some equations. They present a version of the Goldman Sachs binomial model and suggest that valuators provide fully functional binomial models when requested so that reviewers can “look under the valuator’s hood.”

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 ...

Global BVU News and Trends July 2020

Business valuation news from a global perspective.

New twist on valuing small promissory notes

For the past few years, Bruce Johnson (Munroe, Park & Johnson Inc.) has been using data from business development corporations (BDCs) to develop a base rate of interest for small (under $10 million) privately held promissory notes, he explained during a recent webinar.

Calculating Fair Value, Court Uses Experts’ Income Analyses but Adjusts for Inconsistencies

In buyout dispute over closely held corporation, State Supreme Court upholds trial court’s value determination based on income-based analyses parties’ experts presented but adjusting for inconsistencies in each opinion; asset approach was inappropriate where company would continue to operate.

Anderson v. A & R Spraying & Trucking, Inc.

In buyout dispute over closely held corporation, State Supreme Court upholds trial court’s value determination based on income-based analyses parties’ experts presented but adjusting for inconsistencies in each opinion; asset approach was inappropriate where company would continue to operate.

Court Rejects FMV Appraisal of Dissociated Member’s Interest in Statutory Buyout

In buyout following member’s disassociation from company, appellate court affirms trial court’s fair value determination, including decision to exclude from valuation remaining members’ unsubstantiated debt claims and including litigation amount assessed against dissociated member for misconduct.

Flynn v. Maschmeyer

In buyout following member’s disassociation from company, appellate court affirms trial court’s fair value determination, including decision to exclude from valuation remaining members’ unsubstantiated debt claims and including litigation amount assessed against dissociated member for misconduct.

Healthcare Valuation Townhall: Four Expert Panel on Covid-19 Impacts and Beyond

Bring your questions as leading experts Jerry Chang, Mark Deitrich, James Lloyd and Todd Sorensen have a conversation about the critical issues impacting healthcare. Covid-19 has impacted the healthcare industry in unique ways, and those valuation experts who practice in this high regulation environment know it is critical to keep up to date about the most pressing issues. Covering a wide range of issues from four perspectives this event delivers the insight you need in ...

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.

Will COVID-19 open up the PIPES market in the UK? Baker MacKenzie say yes.

Private investments in public equities (PIPES) are a little-used financing alternative in the UK, but a new article by Baker MacKenzie London partners Nick Bryans and James Thompson in this month’s International Financial Law Review (IFLR) suggests that need may outweigh the huge cultural and regulatory hurdles.

Houlihan Lokey anticipates increase in distressed loan valuations

The ‘coronavirus-triggered economic downturn could lead to many performing loans to become distressed, especially for highly-leveraged companies,’ says a new client advisory from Houlihan Lokey, the global investment bank and valuation firm.

Valuation underpinning contested stock sale reflects fair value, Court of Chancery says

In a breach of fiduciary duty action arising out of a controversial stock sale, the Delaware Court of Chancery dismissed the plaintiff’s attacks on the underlying valuation, noting the appraiser was “exceptionally knowledgeable about the industry” and held “informed beliefs” as to the company’s specific structure.

Untested beta calculation KOs expert’s credibility and fair value conclusion

In a statutory appraisal case with several twists, the Delaware Court of Chancery recently agreed with the parties’ experts that a discounted cash flow analysis was the only way to determine fair value while rejecting, unequivocally, the company expert’s novel approach to calculating beta.

Manichaean Capital, LLC v. SourceHOV Holdings, Inc.

In appraisal proceeding, Court of Chancery adopts petitioner expert’s DCF-based model for calculating fair value, making slight adjustment to expert’s size premium; on beta calculation, court finds respondent expert’s novel approach “does not survive judicial scrutiny” and raises Daubert issues.

Novel Beta Method Occasions Rebuke From Court of Chancery in Appraisal Case

In appraisal proceeding, Court of Chancery adopts petitioner expert’s DCF-based model for calculating fair value, making slight adjustment to expert’s size premium; on beta calculation, court finds respondent expert’s novel approach “does not survive judicial scrutiny” and raises Daubert issues.

Coster v. UIP Companies, Inc.

In breach of fiduciary duty action, court says stock sale passes enhanced fairness review; appraiser valuing real estate investment services company before sale is eminently qualified and knowledgeable about industry; capitalized cash flow method “generated a reliable indicator” of company’s value.

Valuation Underlying Controversial Stock Sale Satisfies Highest Scrutiny

In breach of fiduciary duty action, court says stock sale passes enhanced fairness review; appraiser valuing real estate investment services company before sale is eminently qualified and knowledgeable about industry; capitalized cash flow method “generated a reliable indicator” of company’s value.

Shares and Assets Valuation Fiscal Forum requests agenda topics for February meeting

The next SAV Fiscal Forum will be held on Tuesday, 25 February 2020, commencing at 1 p.m.

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