Valuation of Business
Business valuation is a process and a set of procedures used to estimate the economic value of an owner’s interest in a business. Valuation is used by financial market participants to determine the price they are willing to pay or receive to affect a sale of a business.
Companies seek business valuations for corporate governance or regulatory reasons, or management review for critical input for decision making process.
You may need business valuation for:
- determinizing the right price to pay or except for a business
- Valuing unlisted companies, businesses, shareholdings, goodwill, know-how, brands and other intangible assets
- Negotiating the prospective of a Joint Venture / Alliances on equity splits at formation or exit.
- Supporting to litigation or arbitration, particularly expert witness and adjudication work in business valuation disputes.
- Determining the value of intangible assets or intellectual property such as brands, know-how, trademarks, customer lists, intellectual property rights (IPR) and goodwill for commercial, tax or regulatory reasons.
- Purchase Price Allocation for IFRS & US GAAP
- Impairment review of assets for IFRS & US GAAP
Our team of business valuation experts having experience of over 17 years, recognizes that a valuation is an exercise beyond numbers. One has to spend time working to understand the business dynamics and its key value drivers.We draw on extensive experience and apply relevant valuation methodologies. We combine this with our deep sector knowledge and benchmarking analysis to arrive at valuation.