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Business Valuations

Our experts have vast experience in bringing together comprehensive and measured reports into the value of business ventures.

We are frequently asked to undertake valuations of businesses in contentious matters. This can be for a variety of reasons, such as shareholder disputes, compulsory purchase of the company, bankruptcy, tax investigations or criminal proceedings.

When appointed to undertake this role, we conduct a thorough investigation of the company, covering the valuation of:

  • Assets (including property)
  • Goodwill
  • Turnover and profits
  • Directors’ shareholdings

Our wide-ranging experience involves the whole spectrum of dispute, from pre-action, at which time we give preliminary indications as to value, to full litigation, when we provide advice, reports and expert witness assistance.

Our experts have vast experience in bringing together comprehensive and measured reports into the value of business ventures, from the small sole trader to much larger corporate businesses. We have the advantage of close working relations with experts in corporate finance and insolvency to call upon for specialist advice in all of our business valuation assignments.

When it is necessary to take a matter to court, our forensic accountants are confident and effective communicators well versed in providing expert oral evidence to great success.

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