Business value appraisal
Services that we provide
What makes up the value of a business
Each business is unique and has its own qualitative and quantitative features. Below are the main factors that we take into account when forming the cost of a business valuation contract.
The purpose of the valuation (depending on the purpose, one to three valuation approaches can be implemented)
- Valuation date (for the current period or for a previous period of time)
The volume of economic activity of the company
Fixed assets, their quantitative and qualitative composition
The presence and composition of payables and receivables
Availability and amount of documentation required at the date of evaluation
Guarantee of valuation quality and integrity
The results of the valuation are documented in the Valuation Report, which contains information about the company, goals and objectives set for the specialist, the rationale for the chosen methods and approaches to calculating the total value of the company and other data that has a significant impact on the appraiser's result.
An valutaation report is an official document that is legally valid, and can be submitted to judicial, tax and other government bodies and commercial structures.
In our company, Kseniya Cherkasova, the head of the valuation department, deals with business valuation. By calling 8 (495) 369-68-54, you will receive a personal consultation from Ksenia Cherkasova on all matters relating to the valuation of a company or enterprise.
The procedure for independent valuation of a business is a complex and multi-step process that begins with a qualitative and quantitative valuation of tangible and intangible assets. A significant influence on the final market value is had by external and internal factors, such as:
- Enterprise efficiency
- Business reputation
- Commercial activity
- The company's relationships with suppliers and consumers
- Reputation with various government bodies