Valuation of your company
Starting point for a handover or acquisition
Various situations might result in a need to assess the value of a business, for example as a result of an acquisition or a sale, a transfer within the family, a buy-out of one or more existing shareholders or as a base-line measurement to better understand the position of your company.
An objective perspective
Our specialists aim for the most objective value assessment, taking into account the nature of the assignment. Ideally, each value assessment is based on multiple valuation methods; often this is a combination of computational methods (such as discounted cash-flow and improved method of profitability) and approaches based on best practice: so-called market and transaction multiples.
Efficient and straightforward
In the process of conducting a valuation, a considerable amount of administration is involved. We understand that as a business owner, you prefer to focus on daily operations. In our financial analyses, we have the capability to automatically extract data from your administration or from your accountant, enabling us to perform more in-depth analyses with often less effort on your part to gather information. Additionally, potential synergy benefits from buyers can be incorporated into these analyses.
A value assessment accurately and objectively assesses the market value of a business.
Whether, after completing a value assessment, the decision is to commence the process or not, the outcome nevertheless offers insight into the most important factors that determine the value of the organisation. It also provides an indication as to how further to optimise such value.
What to expect with a business valuation?
Accuracy is the most important factor in any value assessment. We consider not only the essential factors but also the secondary conditions that are important for you personally.
Step-by-stap plan of a value assessment
- Drafting a questionnaire to obtain necessary information
- Financial analysis and mapping the most important valuable elements
- Conversations with shareholders and/or management
- Presentation and documentation of the results of the valuation.
- Presenting and documenting the outcome of the value assessment
Assess the value of your company?
You may wish to assess the value of your company for various reasons: it could be done in light of a buy-out of one or more shareholders or a dispute between shareholders or even at the request of the tax authorities.
Our valuers would be happy to provide insight into the value of your business. Do not hesitate to contact one of our advisors.
Come and talk to team Rembrandt. We understand the questions at hand, are familiar with the dynamics of the acquisition process, and offer a network full of possibilities. Take a step into the future today.