Valuing closely-held businesses is far more complex than valuing public traded companies. The business valuation must go beyond analytics to uncover the underlying value of the firm’s intangibles.
A business valuation is not an appraisal. It is the opinion of an expert trained to value the intangible value of an operating business. A business valuation can provide talking points to settle disputes involving the value of a closely-held business.
Identify Hidden Value
A valuation report can provide valuable insight into factors that may support a higher or lower price point for a business. Our expertise working with closely-help corporations allows us to find what others miss.
Our business valuation services are useful in mergers and acquisitions, gift and estate planning, Employee Stock Ownership Plans (ESOPs), buy-sell agreements, divorce proceedings, corporate and partnership dissolutions, minority oppression and dissent actions and cases involving economic damages. We can assist in negotiations and provide expert testimony in court proceedings when necessary.
Call us today to find out more about how you can benefit from our business valuation expertise.
A valuation report is a formal presentation from our experts justifying our conclusion about the intangible value of a business.
Due diligence investigations help identify business risks prior to acquiring or merging with another company and can be used to support valuations.
We can skillfully defend valuations we have prepared and critique opposing valuations through written reports and oral testimony.
For more information about the services our firm offers please call 480-998-3945, Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. MST. You can also contact us using our online form.