Company valuation is a critical part of any business transaction. Whether you seek to complete an investment, an Initial Public Offering (IPO) or a Merger & Acquisition (M&A), valuation forms are an integral part of negotiations and can ultimately determine the success of a given transaction. It services the purpose of identifying crucial value drivers of a given business model, which is a key to success.
We can help you clarify and identify these critical factors with a thorough assessment of your financials, technology, market and management. Our valuation process will not only provide you with an objective evaluation of your company, but will also present you with valuable feedback about how you can increase its long-term and to prepare you for key questions you will be asked by potential investors. Risk analysis and company financials make up an integral part of our valuation.
The financial aspect of the valuation is performed using industry standards and best practices. Depending on the specific circumstances of the company, a combination of the following methods is used:
Discounted cash flow (DCF) method
Expanded Net Present Value (risk-adjusted NPV) and growth option method
Venture Capital method
Comparable company analysis
Precedent transactions analysis
Real options method