The valuation of voting and non-voting shares would, like many valuation assignments, appear to be a simple consideration between two variations of the same structure. Like many valuation assignments, the truth is much more complex, requiring greater scrutiny of both objective and subjective considerations to arrive at a sound conclusion of value. In “Valuing Voting v. Non-Voting Stock,” Ronald Rudich examines how these two types of stock differ and what this implies for the valuation process. From simple mathematical relationships to the subjective choices an appraiser must make and the consequences of those decisions, Rudich will show that there’s much to consider when facing this valuation assignment.
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