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Date: Thursday, November 2, 2017
Time:
10:00am-11:40am PT / 1:00pm-2:40pm ET
Format: A BVR Webinar

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Robert Reilly
CPA
Willamette Management Associates

About This Program

Stop treating the asset approach as an afterthought. Valuation of both identifiable intangible assets and business/practice goodwill as part of the asset-based approach to business and professional practice valuation is a core skill for any valuation professional. The valuation of intangible assets is often the most important (and most challenging) component of applying the asset-based approach to conclude the going-concern value of an operating company. Join expert Robert Reilly for a discussion on the identification and valuation of identifiable intangible assets as part of an asset accumulation method business valuation analysis. Learn how to consider the valuation of aggregate intangible value in the nature of goodwill as part of an adjusted net asset value method business valuation analysis. See clear and illustrative examples of income approach, cost approach, and market approach analysis of identifiable intangible assets along with examples of the asset accumulation method and the adjusted net asset value method.

Agenda

  • Why valuation analysts would use the asset-based approach to value a going concern operating company or professional practice
    • The subject transaction is an asset purchase structure (instead of a stock purchase with debt assumption structure)
    • A potential acquirer is interested in what a post-deal target company opening balance sheet would look like (e.g., to estimate depreciation and amortization expense or to analyze debt covenant compliance)
    • The valuation will be used for asset-based financing purposes
    • The valuation will be used to assess the fair market value price of a not-for-profit entity purchase/sale transaction for private inurement compliance purposes
    • The valuation will be used to value the assets in a C corporation to S corporation income tax status conversion
    • The valuation will be used to assess solvency (or insolvency) for income taxation or fraudulent transfer purposes
    • There are inadequate historical or prospective data available to perform income approach or market approach valuation analyses
    • The analyst wishes to confirm the income approach or market approach value indications with an independent asset-based approach value indication
  • The asset-based business valuation approach involves the contemporaneous revaluation of the following operating company asset and liability categories:
    • Working capital accounts
    • Real estate
    • Tangible personal property
    • Intangible assets
    • Long-term liability accounts

    Learning Objectives

    • Explain the different methods for valuing intangible assets
    • Describe scenarios where you would the asset approach
    • List assets and liabilities that need to be reevaluated with the asset-based approach

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CPE Information

Prerequisites: Knowledge of Business Valuation
Program Level: Advanced
Preparation Required: None
Delivery Method: Group Internet-Based
Recommended CPE: 2 Credit Hours (Specialized Knowledge & Applications)

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