New Insights – Cross Border M&A
In the latest edition of CBV Insights, Stephanie Lau, CFA, CBV advises Canadian sellers on a few strategies they can employ when engaging with a foreign buyer – and why they should not base their exit timing solely on the ...Read More...
Registration Open for BV Challenge 2023
Registration is open for CBV Institute’s Business Valuation Challenge 2023, a national business valuation case competition for 25 teams of undergraduate students from prominent business schools across the country. This year’s event will take place on November 8 & 9, ...Read More...
New Partnership With Financial Modeling Institute
CBV Institute is pleased to announce a new partnership with the Financial Modeling Institute (FMI), the global organization that promotes awareness, excellence and discipline in Financial Modeling through world-class accreditation programs.Read More...
WHAT CBVs DO
Chartered Business Valuators (CBVs) are accredited finance professionals with extensive knowledge and expertise in the specialized field of business valuation. CBVs are internationally recognized as having the judgment and analytical training necessary for a wide range of valuation-based needs, all based on value measurement, value creation, and value protection. Value-added services provided by CBVs include litigation support, estate and succession planning, transaction and deal advisory, purchase price allocations and goodwill impairment, financial model development, risk analysis, valuation creation services, and more.
This unique expertise generates reliable conclusions leading to confident business decisions.
For the gold standard in business valuation, look no further than the prestigious CBV designation.
“As a family law lawyer, mediator and arbitrator, I regularly turn to Chartered Business Valuators (CBVs) to provide business valuations, income reports, and critical analysis of complex financial issues in family law cases. CBVs also provide expert evidence in court and arbitrations and as well as assisting in negotiations and mediations. More recently, some CBVs have obtained specialized training in family law and certification as a family dispute resolution professional.”
Lorne H. Wolfson
Specialist in Family Law
Torkin Manes LLP
“Pursuing the CBV designation allowed me to develop critical finance skills that set me apart from the legions of BComms and CPAs in my job market. The CBV definitely moved me to the front-of-the-line for a number of high-paying job opportunities within the investment, accounting, banking, and consulting industries. Anyone with a passion for finance who is looking to differentiate themselves should definitely consider this program.”
Chris Polson, MBA, CPA, CMA, CFA, CBV, CFF
Partner, Advisory & Disputes
CBV INFORMED JUDGMENT
Chartered Business Valuators bring together theory, fact, and analysis to develop informed judgments.