business valuation information checklist

Delays in the provision of valuation opinions can often be traced to uncertainty around what information is required by a forensic accountant in valuing a business or entity. To assist you in adding value to your clients and speeding up the valuation process, SV Partners have developed a business valuation information checklist, an indicative business valuation information checklist and a business valuation questionnaire for both our Indicative Valuations and our Business Valuation Expert Reports.

In the event that a client requires a valuation, the listing provides an understanding of all of the information that would be required in order to quickly and effectively provide a valuation that suits your client’s needs. In addition, the listing also serves as a forum to provide supplementary information that will be utilised to understand the operational context and assist in the interpretation of the business or entity’s financial results.

Business valuation information checklist

Indicative business valuation information checklist 

Business valuation questionnaire

 

Our Forensic Experts:

Brett Goodyer

Director, Forensics

 

Ross Mottershead

Director, Forensics

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