Program Summary: Business valuation and financial forensics are living disciplines. Having evolved since the 1960s, BVFLS professionals must always keep an eye on the horizon for issues that will affect our practices. Join this session for a discussion of some of the looming issues facing the profession today.
After attending this session, you will
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In this session we will discuss the methods and pitfalls of valuing a business with a real estate component, or real estate properties that have a going-concern business deriving value and customer patronage for the location. Properties such as hotels, fueling stations, car washes, and senior living facilities can be valued by CVAs, CBAs, or real estate appraisers given the varying purposes for the assignment. Various methods will be highlighted, with the need to understand the real estate appraisal that may be provided with included equipment and “going-concern” intangible value. References will be made to Chapter 33 “Valuing Business with Real Property” in the forthcoming Valuing a Business, 6th edition to be published in 2022.
After attending this session, attendees will be able to:
Most analysts are experienced with the income approach and market approach to business valuation. However, most analysts are less familiar with the asset-based approach to business valuation. This session describes the fundamental concepts and the practical applications of the asset-based approach in the valuation of operating companies.
This session will cover many of the nuances of goodwill and its related concepts. Why is goodwill important? How can we address it in our engagements? Is there a purely objective way to value it?
After attending this session, you will be able to: