Valuation can be controversial and subjective so an independent and robust opinion which will stand up to scrutiny is necessary. With current changing in the global business environment in recent years have necessitated the use of professional valuation expertise. We can guide you on business valuation methodologies and provide valuation advisory services relating to your business interest. These include intellectual property, intangible assets, common and preferred stock and other securities, partnership interests,and other relevant requirements.
Also valuation can make or break a business deal because most of the time it is valued at subjective inputs rather than solid data based on marketplace realities. One of the reasons business valuation is such a complicated issue is because there are many acceptable valuation methods. And the bottomline is "the value of the business is the amount someone is willing to pay for it in the marketplace".
The art of valuing
Valuing a business should be a key deciding factor for investors, business sellers, partners or business buyers when it comes to making their decision.There are two main ways the value can be estimated.
Work Forward method - in this method value of business is estimated based on the growth rates that the business will achieve in important financial metrics like its earnings per unit, distributions of profit, or cash flow of the business.
Work Backward method - in this method the value of business is based on current market practice and work out how much growth the is expected the business to achieve.
Basically there are five approaches to business valuation is done.