For some big impairments of 2020, the broader economic turmoil of the pandemic eclipsed and minimized news about the writedowns.
As seen in the newest issue of Private Funds CFO, Jeff Birnbaum and Chris Walling discuss the implications of the pandemic for the sector.
In the November issue, Bloomberg publishes Mutarelli’s third-quarter analysis results of valuations and impairment testing, including potential goodwill impairment.
Featured in the October issue, Mutarelli analyzes how to approach valuations and impairment testing when managing through the impacts of COVID.
Observations and measures of how COVID-related events through August 31, 2020, have impacted equity market indices, adjustments to EBITDA expectations, and their influence on enterprise values by sector.
Observations and measures of how H1 2020 COVID-related events have impacted equity market indices, adjustments to EBITDA expectations, and their influence on enterprise values by sector.
As midstream companies consider the impact of the pandemic, their concerns range from immediate questions of intangible asset impairment to longer-term questions about structural impacts on the market.
VRC provided a required valuation of tangible and intangible assets for a Master Limited Partnership (MLP) client in support of a purchase price allocation. There were no detailed fixed asset records; VRC needed to overcome significant data limitations.
We were retained by an energy production company whose subsidiary acquired distressed energy assets from an energy & production company. In selecting a valuation methodology, we needed to consider the significant divergence in the enterprise value of the business versus the un-discounted value of the assets given the dramatic drop in commodity prices at the time.
In 2015, oil prices plummeted, which had a profound effect on the value of oil & gas and energy companies.