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High Court orders London Court of International Arbitration to correct damages calculation error

A Russian supply-chain business owner was awarded US$58 million in damages—until the English High Court and judge Sir Ross Cranston reviewed the maths.

PwC opines on the value of distressed assets in going-concern sales under the new Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act 2020

Inactive markets, short time scales, cash-flow constraints, and potential damage due to public knowledge of financial distress may all have increased impact on ‘going concern’ valuations.

Side Effect of COVID-19: Beta Changes Impacting Business Valuations

The COVID-19 pandemic is causing betas and other measures of risk commonly used in company valuations to appear to have changed. Beta is a critical component used by valuation experts when determining the discount rate in business valuation. Even small changes in betas can cause large changes in the discount rate and, consequently, can cause large changes in valuation. In this panel discussion, Dr. Roper and Cliff Ang, CFA, will describe how the COVID-19 pandemic ...

Interesting poll results in latest Hitchner pub

The latest issue of Hardball With Hitchner includes the results of some recent polls that reveal what valuation practitioners are doing to reflect the impact of COVID-19 in valuations.

BVU News and Trends November 2020

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

Global BVU News and Trends November 2020

Business valuation news from a global perspective.

Solvency opinion based on management projections faces Daubert challenge

In a bankruptcy-cum-Daubert case that turned on solvency, a court recently rejected both parties’ claims that the opposing financial expert testimony was inadmissible.

Finkel v. Palm Park, Inc.

In LLC member dispute, court faces “conundrum” where fair value buyout seeks to avoid LLC’s dissolution and court leans on expert’s FMV valuation using net asset value approach premised on “orderly liquidation”; court notes FMV is based on hypothetical actors and transaction, not specific parties.

Court’s Fair Value Determination Leans Heavily on Expert’s Fair Market Valuation Premised on Liquidation

In LLC member dispute, court faces “conundrum” where fair value buyout seeks to avoid LLC’s dissolution and court leans on expert’s FMV valuation using net asset value approach premised on “orderly liquidation”; court notes FMV is based on hypothetical actors and transaction, not specific parties.

Hitchner debuts monthly Hardball publication

James Hitchner (Valuation Products and Services) has released the first issue of Hardball With Hitchner.

How flawed is the risk-free rate for current valuations?

When valuers are expected to supply a DCF analysis (an increasingly frequent need), most start with the risk assumption of a market premium compared to government bonds.

Amid Market Data Volatility, the Best Option Is a More Rigorous DCF

A panel of global valuation experts who conducted a recent webinar co-sponsored by RICS, and also NACVA, the ASA, GACVA, and CBVI gives their comments.

BVU News and Trends September 2020

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

Reopen or Not? A Method for Analyzing a COVID-19-Shuttered Firm

A case study of using external yardstick data to help a client decide whether to hang in there and reopen his business or stay closed for good. This is not a full-blown valuation engagement, but rather a very high-level analysis designed to provide management with an objective basis to help make critical decisions in today’s unpredictable environment.

10 Takeaways From the AAML/BVR Virtual Divorce Conference

Family law attorneys, valuation professionals, and industry experts shared advice during the AAML/BVR Virtual Divorce Conference, which is ongoing and will continue tomorrow, September 24.

‘Overstated’ projections sink plaintiff’s fair value determination

Earlier this year, a New York trial court presiding over a buyout dispute featuring an online wholesaler of faucets, sinks, and fixtures rebuffed the departing shareholder’s valuation.

Beware of this loaded question about projections amid COVID-19

Projections have always attracted scrutiny, but the pandemic has intensified this attention.

Pablo Fernandez discusses the need for iteration with many DCF analyses

The new article, ‘Valuing Companies by Cash Flow Discounting: Only APV Does Not Require Iteration,’ may be downloaded at ssrn.com/abstract=3682128.

AAML/BVR Virtual Divorce Conference starts September 9

It’s a whole new world for valuations in the context of marital dissolution, so don’t miss the Virtual Divorce Conference, presented by the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML) and Business Valuation Resources (BVR).

Leigh Miller says valuation ‘ranges’ still raise questions with auditors, even during COVID-19

Using multiple forecast scenarios has been a commonly practiced approach to market volatility—and many UK business valuers are now saying that it should be used more widely.

25 Tips on Dealing With COVID-19 From the NACVA Conference

COVID-19 was a hot topic of discussion in a number of the sessions at the NACVA and the CTI’s 2020 Business Valuation and Financial Litigation Super Conference, which was held online over five full days (June 15-19).

Mission Critical in Divorce: 10 Key Insights in 50 Minutes-a Free AAML/BVR Virtual Divorce Conference Preview

Brought to you by the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML) and Business Valuation Resources (BVR), this free preview for the Virtual Divorce Conference brings together attorneys, valuation professionals, and industry experts in a one action-packed, 60-minute session. Get short compelling lessons that you need to know now. This year’s conference focuses on the topics most impacted by divorce, and anyone serving business owners involved in matrimonial dissolution can get access to this premium preview ...

Free webinar tomorrow on valuations for marital dissolutions

Join us for a free, action-packed, 60-minute webinar of short compelling insights into business valuations in a divorce context from leading experts.

In a crunch, court adopts company’s DCF model as fair value indicator

In a statutory appraisal action prompted by the 2016 buyout of minority shareholders by the controller of a private company, the Delaware Court of Chancery recently found there was no meaningful market-based evidence of fair value and neither expert opinion, based on standard valuation methods, was “wholly reliable.”

Virtual Divorce Conference offers 1:1 video networking

Want to connect one-on-one with a valuation expert or attorney specializing in divorce matters?

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