Business Valuations are required for many reasons such as mergers & acquisitions, divorce, estate planning, bankruptcy and financial auditing. The valuation appraiser looks at a company’s profitability, risk, location, competition, history, applicable macro / micro economics, customers, assets, services offered, among other factors to determine an entity's value.
The process of valuing businesses is extremely complex and specialized. It is a specific track of learning and skill parallel, but separate, to an accountant. There are a limited few accrediting associations that grant certification in business valuations to individuals who have proven their analytic and technical abilities through intense training and real-world experience. The American Society of Appraisers is one of the most well respected and known business valuation associations and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants is one, if not the, most well respected and known accounting associations. The ASA credential is recognized throughout the world because of its stringent criteria in education, experience and professionalism. The Accredited in Business Valuation (ABV®) credential is granted exclusively by the AICPA to CPAs and qualified valuation professionals who demonstrate considerable expertise in valuation through their knowledge, skill, experience, and adherence to professional standards.
When it comes to selecting an Off-Shore partner it is important to look out for professionals who demonstrates a perfect balance of real-world experience and are associated with globally known credential organization. The team of KK Valuation Services has been long working with Off-Shore clients, understanding their needs and are credentialed by reputed global organizations.
Depending upon the type, size and nature of the engagement, our TAT varies from 3 days to 3 weeks.