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BVU News and Trends June 2020

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

Global BVU News and Trends June 2020

Business valuation news from a global perspective.

PwC survey: CFOs become less optimistic about recovery time

“Hopes that the outbreak will dissipate quickly are receding,” according to the PwC COVID-19 CFO Pulse Survey.

What risk-free rate should financial experts use now? New resources from Fernandez and BVR

‘This is a good time to revisit the implied ERP rather than the historical ERP,’ advises Dr. Michael A. Crain (Florida Atlantic University).

Coronavirus fallout impacts the valuation community

The unpredictable coronavirus is disrupting work plans of valuation and accounting firms and impacting the global market.

‘Real-World Market Evidence’ Does Not Support Dissenters’ Damages Claim, Chancery Says

Chancery says plaintiffs proved directors breached fiduciary duties and duty to disclose but failed to prove damages; court rejects plaintiff experts’ DCF analysis, noting problematic projections and beta; “real-world market evidence” shows company was not worth more than deal price.

In re PLX Tech. Stockholders Litig.

Chancery says plaintiffs proved directors breached fiduciary duties and duty to disclose but failed to prove damages; court rejects plaintiff expert's DCF analysis, noting problematic projections and beta; “real-world market evidence” shows company was not worth more than deal price.

BVU News and Trends June 2018

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

Damodaran bares his FANG

Aswath Damodaran (New York University Stern School of Business) gives his update on the trials, tribulations, and valuations of Facebook, Amazon, Netflix, and Google—referred to as “FANG” by the professor—in his recent blog post.

Active-passive categorization skews appreciation analysis, court finds

Valuators may think they know all there’s to know about quantifying the appreciation of nonmarital property by using the active versus passive framework. Think again. A recent Florida divorce case illustrates that the premature categorization of assets may lead to an improper valuation.

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