What is your business worth?
Valuing any company can be a complex process. The easy response to the question how much is my company worth is ‘the amount a willing buyer is prepared to pay a willing vendor’.
Some of the most common valuations methods include net asset value, earnings multiple, discounted cash flow and future return on investment.
Some factors will not always be financial, so consider the strategic value that a buyer might be prepared to pay for the criteria that define value to them. Some markets use very specific indicators, such as a value per room in the case of hotels, or a percentage of fee income for professional practices. Profits will not always be the sole influence here; it is often about future potential, brand, structure and people.
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- Minority share valuation
- Target acquisition valuations
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