We have done extensive valuations work, including business valuations and support to recognise accounts in line with accounting standards
What should I expect when doing a business valuation?
Determining a reliable valuation requires more than just strong accounting knowledge. It requires professional judgement and discretion. Contrary to common belief, it is not about 'getting to a number'. The consequences of an unreliable business valuation could mean paying too much in a transaction, selling for too low, shareholder conflicts and disputes, legal cases (and the associated costs) and failed start-ups.
Getting around this means engaging with a valuations advisor that takes a structured approach, provides clear rationale behind assumptions, displays sound judgement, and considers more than one valuation methodology. They undertake their work with a deep understanding of your business's operating model and the industry in which it operates; deriving a reliable valuation estimate from which key decisions can be made with confidence. Be wary of those that emphasise a speedy turnaround or quick 'back of the hand' answers. You could be leaving large sums of money on the table.
From a local café chain, to a large listed telecommunications company - our valuations have enabled businesses to be bought, sold, or restructured; accounts to be properly recognised; and capex projects to be approved & implemented successfully.
"I was very happy with the professional valuation services provided. Samuel & Sonz was very professional and we received prompt and good services."
- Business Broker, Sydney
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Industries We Help
Our experience providing independent valuations has covered a broad range of industries including:
Healthcare & Medical