Business Valuation 101
The value of a business goes far beyond brick and mortar. An organization’s value may come not only from its hard assets but also from its ability to generate income and create intangible value. These sources of value can – and should – be quantified and analyzed. Learn how businesses are valued, the legal reasons for a business valuation, the discounts and premiums typically used and what to expect from the valuation process.
Join us Thursday, November 7, for a live webinar presentation on the basics of Business Valuation and earn 1 CLE credit for attending. Register today!
Jason Buhlinger, CPA, CFE, CVA
Jason is a Principal in the Transaction Advisory and Litigation Support (TALS) Services practice at Brown Smith Wallace. He leads many of the firm’s business valuation, litigation support and fraud investigation engagements. Jason performs business valuations for mergers and acquisitions and tax, litigation and corporate planning engagements. He also analyzes complex litigation support and fraud and forensic accounting engagements.
Matthew Byford, CFA, ASA, CFE
Matt is a Manager in the Transaction Advisory and Litigation Support (TALS) Services practice at Brown Smith Wallace. He provides easy-to-understand analyses of clients’ complex situations through his commitment to service, efficiency and effective communication. Matt also provides business valuations, fraud and forensic accounting services, and litigation support services to clients in a wide array of industries. He has worked with Fortune 500 companies as well as closely held businesses and local governments.
*In accordance with The Missouri Bar, CLE credits have been granted based on a 50-minute hour. Only Missouri licensed attorneys are eligible for these credits.