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Why value your business?
There are lots of reasons why you might want a commercial valuation of your business:
To use as a basis for planning and decision-making
If you’re thinking of making an acquisition or expanding
If you’re seeking investment or a new business partner
If you’re thinking of selling or merging
If you’re planning a management buyout
If you or other shareholders wish to exit or plan for retirement
To issue shares to employees
For probate, divorce, investment, or tax purposes
What does a valuation involve?
We will consider anything that affects the value of the business. Most obvious are financial factors such your turnover, cashflow, profitability and debt levels.
Just as important are your customer base, demand levels and the sector you’re in, as well as the general economic outlook, all of which will impact the business’s growth potential.
Intangible factors such as goodwill, intellectual property and the quality of your customer relationships are also significant and will influence a business valuation.
Valuations can be complex – ultimately there is no ‘one size fits all’ methodology. We will ensure we fully understand your business and consider all these different factors, as well as using our professional judgement, to arrive at a considered valuation.