Valuing A Business Worth Less than $2 Million
BVR's Webinar Series
Thursday, April 28, 2011
12:00am-2:00am PT • 3:00am-5:00am ET
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Small company valuations have always presented a unique challenge to business appraisers, with a lack of guideline comparables, peculiar reliance on key-person discounts and premiums, and compensation analysis challenges being just a few of the obstacles in the valuation process. Now, having weathered the economic storm of the past few years, small company valuations are more challenging than ever as they face a new and developing market and regulatory environments.
On April 28, BVR welcomes experts Ron Seigneur, Kevin Yeanoplos and Michelle Gallagher for "Valuing a Business Worth Less than $2 Million," an exhaustive examination of the classic and emerging challenges of small business valuation. Join this brain trust as they review where we've been and where we're heading.
- Valuation approaches & methods: commonalities and differences to other valuations
- Data sources and other resources for small business valuation data
- New and emerging thinking on what this data represents and how to use it
- Theory versus reality in small company valuations
- Common valuation errors and mistakes in small company valuations
- Areas ripe for cross-examination in a court setting
- Engagement considerations
- Standards and small company valuations
- Learn how valuations of very small companies are different than other appraisals and what this means for the assignment and analysis
- Understand the available data for very small company valuations, its sources, uses, and what new thinking means for its application
- Clarify the areas of the engagement which pose the most challenges and how best to avoid mistakes that could be costly in your analysis or in court
- Learn what new thinking tells us about the application of business valuation techniques and standards as applied to the very small company valuation
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- Prerequisites: Knowledge of Business Valuation
- Program Level: Advanced
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- Delivery Method: QAS Self-Study
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