Why is a Business Valuation required ?
To Ascertain a fair market value of a business when buying & selling. Liquidity test as required by the Companies Act prior to declaring dividends. Placing a value to include or update in a Shareholder Agreement. Death of a shareholder, incapacitation, and the exit from a business by an owner for whatever reason, Estate valuation, Divorce.
Business Valuation & Shareholder Agreements
– 1 Day Practical Workshop
The above one day workshop is designed to show the entrepreneur and other professionals, how to value a business.
The workshop explores the three main methodologies in valuing a business, with emphases on using the right valuation method for the right circumstance. We look at the asset value, market value and income approach methods of valuing a business.
By the end of the workshop, candidates will be able to understand the terminology and different methods applied in valuing a business, as well as use of our proprietary valuation model to assist in placing a value on the targeted business.
Key to this workshop is the proprietary integrated business valuation model, which will generate the valuation.
The workshop covers the following topics:
Part I – what is business valuation
1. Introduction – why valuation?
2. Definitions of terms used
3. Drivers of valuation
4. Sales growth or Return on Invested Capital
Part II – valuation techniques
5. Level of value and the Three Valuation methods
6. Discounted Cash Flow model
7. The proprietary valuation workbook
8. Single Period Capitalisation method
9. Multiples – the Market Approach to valuation
10. Cost or Asset methodology
11. Risk: Porters Five Forces and Swot Analysis
Part III – Closing & case study
12. Closing and way forward
13. Case study
i. Sample valuation report
ii. EBITDA multiples.
For more information contact
Gary Garbutt – General Manager
Office: 021 300 1230