Advance carries out a wide array of business valuations:
- Determining the value of the entire business
- Determining the value of stocks and shares of a business
- Determining the value of assets, incl. receivables
The business valuation involves the analysis of the financial condition of the company, its capital structure, its competitive advantages and its potential to generate income for its shareholders as well as information on its assets and liabilities
PROCESS OF EXECUTION OF BUSINESS VALUATION
A business valuation can be used to determine the market value of a business for a variety of reasons, including:
- sale value
- mergers and acquisitions
- establishing partner ownership
- financial reporting and other purposes.
The tools used to evaluate the business may vary depending on the stage of development of the company and the sector in which it operates, but common approaches to business valuation include a review of company's assets and liabilities, discounting cash flow models and comparisons with similar companies.
DOCUMENTS REQUIRED FOR BUSINESS VALUATIONS
The main documents required when determining the value of a business are:
- Annual or interim financial statements
- Information about receivables and payables
- Projected development of the company for the coming 3 to 5 years
- Fixed asset register excerpts in electronic format
- Other documents as needed based on the purpose of the valuation and the specifics of the business
Prices of valuation services:
Prices are negotiated depending on the subject business and the scope of work.
For specific prices at your request please send us financial statements for the last reporting financial period, as well as an excerpt from fixed asset register to email@example.com or contact us on phone: 0800 15 088