There are many reasons why you require a formal valuation of your business, including the following:
- Succession planning and trade sale preparation.
- Bringing in an investor or new shareholder.
- Retirement of one or more shareholders.
- Key man cover or other insurance.
- Incorporating a sole trader business into a company.
If you are seeking to acquire or invest in a company, you may also wish to have your own valuation of the business undertaken to inform you in the negotiation process.
Valuing a business is a technical area in which practices and techniques have developed in recent years, especially as a result of the recession and the impact on markets and transactions.
Valuations require consideration of commercial and financial aspects of the business, both in past events and in the future. They also require consideration of the overall market conditions and the particular circumstances of the business.
Our valuation report will present you with a methodical consideration of the issues and methodologies involved and provide you with the independent opinion required to support your particular circumstances.
We have significant experience across a range of industries using our expert knowledge and information sources to prepare our reports.