Whether as part of a professional practice or within industry, CBVs apply their knowledge and expertise to business valuation and litigation support and a variety of other activities, including:

  • Determination of the value or worth of businesses, business interests and intangible assets and liabilities
  • Mergers, acquisitions and divestitures, including valuation analyses and associated services
  • Strategic, financing and business integration activities in support of deals
  • Quantification of economic loss
  • Development, review and audit of financial models
  • Identification of value opportunities and business risks
  • Development of investment alternatives and alternatives for value creation
  • Investment analysis
  • Impairment testing and purchase price allocations
  • Development and review of valuation policies, procedures and processes, for a multitude of purposes, including deal advisory, dispute resolution, litigation support, statutory requirements, financial reporting and governance of investments
  • Value creation services and the identification, planning and implementation of performance improvement initiatives, that will improve cash flow and enhance profits beyond the M&A deal

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