You’ve likely worked extremely hard to establish and build your business. Now it may be time to determine your company’s current market value through a comprehensive valuation. Even if you are not planning to sell your business, it is vital to know your company’s value when:
Your valuation will reflect the unique attributes of your business.
Using up to 30 possible valuation techniques, we work hand-in-hand with you and your accountant to review your company’s financials, operations and intangible assets. After extensive research on both your company and your industry, we create a personalized report, written in a reader-friendly, non-technical style. With our proven methods, your business will receive the most accurate valuation possible for your needs utilizing at least 3 different business valuation approaches and the 7 – 10 most suitable valuation methods. Such a report will be in compliance with IRS standards, meet Revenue Ruling 59-60 guidelines, and include a comprehensive company, market, industry and economic analysis.
Future Value Estimate
If you seek to assess the potential future value of your firm, Veld Valuation can provide a Potential Future Value Estimate. This may suit your needs if you seek to raise capital, take your firm public, or otherwise capture the unique future value that your business possesses but has yet to realize. The Future Value Estimate is an unconventional valuation approach that is a hybrid of traditional valuation techniques coupled with pro-forma cost and revenue projections. A Future Value Estimate typically includes a ‘road-map’ as to how the applicable party will be able to realize the indicated firm value. The comprehensiveness of such estimates, as well as the implementation roadmap may vary dramatically, as may the size and subjectivity of the value estimate itself.
Opinion of Value Letter
The Opinion of Value letter is the most simplistic of our valuation based options. The Opinion of Value Letter is a very simple opinion letter which expresses an estimate of value whenever possible, or oftentimes, a value range wholly based on the valuator’s professional opinion. While the valuator’s opinion may typically also be a function of applied supporting data, the supporting data will not be provided as part of the analysis.
Examples of each valuation related product, and their intended purpose include:
Business Valuation > Connetquot Medical Products – New York
• Estate & gift tax planning; Retirement planning
Future Value Estimate > Otra Beer – Los Angeles
• Start-up Beer manufacturer firm sought capital to implement business plan
Prelim. Value Estimate > Yoshinoya Restaurant – Montebello
• Corporate restaurant sale to franchisee – Fair market value sale sought
Opinion of Value Report > Chubby Chassis – Fontana
• Auto manufacturer sought to merge with classic car / hot rod parts supplier
Opinion of Value Letter > Malibu Health & Fitness – Malibu
• Partners sought to evaluate the value of each shareholder’s equity stake