Valuation is a perception of the value of a business at a given point in time. Valuation plays a central part in an equity transaction. The fair value of the business has to be decided prior to accepting or making an offer. Valuing all or part of a business requires understanding and analysis of a variety of complex factors. These include both detailed technical knowledge of value drivers and in-depth industry knowledge.
Valuing all or part of a business requires input from a variety of specialist advisers who need to understand the value drivers relevant to a particular industry sector alongside the broader strategic aims of the business. In the event of a merger, acquisition, or alliance it is vital to understand the value likely to be created through the transaction.
The decision to restructure all or part of a business needs to be informed by a comprehensive understanding of the value of every aspect of the business. In the event of a dispute, an independent valuation is likely to help resolve issues swiftly.
Our objective is to provide a valuation of the business and provide inputs on matters impacting the valuation. With careful application of our professional judgment & experience, we select the most appropriate valuation techniques. While valuation forms an integral part of any M&A transaction, we also provide standalone valuation services for statutory purposes, family settlements, dispute resolutions etc.
Our valuation specialists can assist businesses to achieve an in-depth understanding of the value of each business or asset in a transaction. Our leading-edge technical knowledge combined with our in-depth industry knowledge allows us to understand the specific factors driving each individual deal.
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