Valuing a business at any given moment can be a tedious task. However, it is a crucial task for a business to do so.
In today’s context, the everchanging landscape among businesses exhibit uncertainties at a high level, this type of uncertainties creates doubts, confusion and surprises among businesses and ultimately causing them to take a look again at their business and asking one question. What is the value of my business? Fret not, we offer valuation services to our clients whom have diverse requirements ranging from selling, buying, strategic planning and exit strategy.
Our valuation service extends beyond business entities. We also provide valuation for intellectual property, intangible assets, common stock and other securities that lies among partnerships and shareholder interests.
Types of Business Valuation We Do:
Asset-based Method - The amount that could be paid and shall be paid of any given asset in the business. These assets can be computed by book value, liquidation method and market value.
Income-based Method - The method is established on the aim that a business’s true value depends on the potential income to be generated by the company in the future. This approach determines the value of the business by multiplying the income generated and discount rate or capitalization rate.
Market-based Method - Using this method, it provides a general view of what the market deems as your business’s value. From this method, a company is valued from the market’s perspective, competitor analysis and even publicly traded company if needed to.
These are some of the methods we use for our clients in valuing their business. To do a business valuation, contact us and we can discuss further on the type of method that will be suitable for your business.