BUSINESS VALUATION SERVICES Denise
French holds the CVA™, Certified Valuation Analyst credential through the
National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts. We can provide mediation ready summary
valuation reports at a fraction of the price compared to a full valuation. We also provide court ready full valuation
Our office can fill the Business Valuation needs at a much lower cost than the big firms. Denise French is CVA™, Certified Valuation Analyst through the National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts. Brent McMinn is our research and economic analyst. He is currently in the Certified Financial Analyst (CFA) program. He has passed Level 1 of the CFA program in June 2017 and passed Level 2 of the CFA program in June 2018. He is a CFA Candidate to sit for Level 3 in June 2019. Brent also achieved a B. A., in Economics in 2015. Our firm provides either a summary report or a detailed report. The time and cost of each is described below.
Summary Report for Mediation
We provide summary business valuation reports which will set forth a Conclusion of Value through an abridged version of the detailed report. We will consider the asset approach, the market approach and the income approach as appropriate to establish the fair market value of a business either as a going concern or a liquidation value.
These reports can be completed at a fraction of the cost compared to a full, detailed report.
Full Detailed Reports for Court
We provide full business valuation reports which are coherent, supportable and understandable. We will consider the asset approach, the market approach and the income approach as appropriate to establish the fair market value of a business either as a going concern or a liquidation value. We will perform site visits, review historical financial statements, make normalizing adjustments to financial statements as appropriate, project financial statements, prepare and compare appropriate ratios, provide national economic, local economic and industry analysis, provide relevant facts as to how these factors affect the subject company, review non-operating assets and liabilities, consider multiple methods of valuation, make control and marketability adjustments as necessary and finally provide a conclusion of value.