Business valuation may either include the whole of the activity of an entity or a part of the activity. It is also important to distinguish between the value of a business entity and the value of the individual assets or liabilities of that entity.
Valuations can be performed for a number of different reasons, and can come in a variety of formats. At Task Fin we identify the following possible purposes for business valuation and the preparation of a business valuation report:
• valuation of business for sale / purchase,
• valuation of spin off and merger (exchange ratios calculation),
• valuation for impairment test in accordance with IAS 36,
• valuation for increase / decrease in share capital,
• valuation due to the withdrawal of partner,
• the valuation for tax purposes,
• valuation of the squeeze-out of minority shareholders and
• other valuation purposes according to client’s needs.
Depending on the needs of our clients and the purpose of the valuation, we can offer different types of valuation reports, ranging from an opinion letter to a full, comprehensive valuation report in compliance with International Valuation Standards 2017 (IVS)