Our business valuation practice leverages our strategy, market research, and financial analysis capabilities to maximize profit from the sale or acquisition businesses.
We first assess the reason for and the circumstances surrounding the business valuation also known as premise of value.
We consider the macroeconomic and market and industry-specific conditions (including a thorough assessment of the relevant sale comparables) existing as of the time of the valuation date, as well as the trends and forecasts as to how those conditions might change in the years to come.
We then analyze the company’s financial statements focusing on trendline including the growth or decline in revenues or expenses, liquidity, turnover rate and overall profitability of the company.
This process estimates the economic value of a business and determines the price or multiple that a company is willing to pay to acquire the business.
We utilize a variety of valuation methodologies to accurately measure the value of a business, including:
- Discounted Cash Flow Analysis
- Net Present Value and Internal Rate of Return Analysis
- Free Cash Flow to Equity Valuation
- Free Cash Flow to Firm Valuation
- Leveraged Buyout Valuation
- Synergy Valuation
- Weighted Average Cost of Capital Valuation
- Cash Flow Valuation