BVA Business Valuation Reports

BVA's valuation experts provide an independent assessment of the value of your business that is objective, insightful and supportable.

We tailor each business valuation engagement to the needs of your particular business interest. Our team engages in a detailed analysis of your company and will provide you with an independent, business valuation report to give you an indication of the future potential for your company and an essential management tool for many planning strategies.

We offer the following valuation products and depending on your situation (usually after an initial conversation with you to determine the purpose of the valuation and a review of your financial statements) we will suggest the best valuation report to fit your requirement to determine an accurate and fair market value of your business.

Custom Valuation For Special Circumstances

Holding company and group structure valuations and the determination of the underlying value of subsidiaries and unlisted investments etc and valuations demanding specific requirements. This includes a tailored comprehensive report, sensitivity analysis as required by IFRS and Monte Carlo simulation.

Comprehensive Valuation

This is a comprehensive review and analysis of the business which is substantiated and set out in a detailed valuation report. This comprehensive report has a detailed independent analysis of the business, referencing the last five years of Annual Financial Statements for the business, CAPEX studies, sensitivity analysis, Monte Carlo simulation and graphs.

Indicative Valuation

For this budget we can offer you the concise report and valuation process. The historic analysis is similar to the Comprehensive valuation methodology. It excludes the sensitivity analysis, Monte Carlo simulations and graphical illustrations.

Estimate Valuation

This report contains a high level computation as to the value of shares or an interest in a business. It is based on minimal review and analysis and with little or no substantiation of relevant information. An Estimate Valuation Report carries a lower cost but it also has a lower level of assurance.

The Quick And Dirty Valuation™

The Cambridge Dictionary describes "Quick and Dirty" as an adjective used in finance for describing a quick calculation and method - one that is done or used until you have enough time or money to do or use a more careful one. A Quick And Dirty Valuation is far better than none at all. BVA's Quick and Dirty valuation product is a cost-effective quality valuation.

Our integrity, objectivity, sound judgement, commitment to a quality service and our proven track record are a few of the reasons Business Valuation Advisors is the distinctive choice for business valuations.

Compare our standard valuation products side by side to scan for the valuation service most suited to your needs...

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Comprehensive Valuation and Report
Indicative Valuation and Report Estimate Valuation and Report The Quick and Dirty Valuation™
Extent of review and analysis Comprehensive Moderate Limited Minimal
Extent of corroboration Significant Moderate Limited Little or none
Economic Environment & Industry Context High Moderate Limited Low
Years history required for analysis 6 years history 6 years history 1 to 2 years history 1 to 2 years history
Years forecast required for analysis 5 years forecast 5 years forecast 5 years forecast 1 year forecast
Monte Carlo Simulation
Graphical illustrations
Sensitivity analysis
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Business Valuation

Know what your company is worth in today's marketplace. Knowing the value of your business is critical.

A business valuation is important to ensure the management of the company is maximising and unlocking wealth to it's shareholders. This should be measured on an annual basis to ensure the company concentrates on the key value drivers.

Most business owners use Annual Financial Statements as the basis for the financial management and presentation of their business.

While financial statements may be good for financial reporting and tax compliance, Annual Financial Statements do not reflect years of hard work in creating shareholder wealth. The business goodwill or other intangible values, which represents a major part of what the business is worth, are not addressed in the Annual Financial Statements.

For a business to grow and expand in today's market, capital and financing are essential. The financial presentation reflecting what the business is worth can be a powerful tool in dealing with financial institutions, suppliers and customers.

A Business valuation is essential when the owner is ready to consider selling the business or to better understand the key value drivers to maximise shareholder wealth going forward.