There are several crucial points in a business’ life when a valuation is required, and it’s essential that the valuation is fair and accurate.
- If you are selling your business, you want to be sure that your hard work in building it is fully recognised.
- If you are buying a business, you want to pay a fair price, but no more.
- If you are talking to equity investors and considering losing some control of your business in return for that investment, you need to be sure that you are giving away that equity at the right price.
An accurate Business Valuation requires a multitude of different considerations, including the industry involved, and the structure of the offer being made, to name but two. There are also a wide variety of tax implications on the structure and timing of any deal.
With a long experience of valuations, and having been involved with the process of due diligence from both sides on several occasions, we are well placed to ensure that you obtain the result best suited to your unique circumstances.
If you are in even the earliest stages of any process where a valuation will be required, contact us to discuss any first ideas; an initial conversation can prove extremely useful as you start to give them further consideration.