As the demand for transparency rises for private investment funds, the spotlight is on valuation practices, which is essential for any fund manager to understand.
For some big impairments of 2020, the broader economic turmoil of the pandemic eclipsed and minimized news about the writedowns.
Board members can demonstrate that they have fulfilled their fiduciary duties in dividend recapitalization transactions by obtaining opinions from third-party solvency opinion experts.
As seen in the newest issue of Private Funds CFO, Jeff Birnbaum and Chris Walling discuss the implications of the pandemic for the sector.
On track for recovery: Pandemic implications, not all doom or gloom.
In the November issue, Bloomberg publishes Mutarelli’s third-quarter analysis results of valuations and impairment testing, including potential goodwill impairment.
How are privately held unicorns’ valuations faring in the age of COVID?
Featured in the October issue, Mutarelli analyzes how to approach valuations and impairment testing when managing through the impacts of COVID.
Just for fun, guest author, Dwight Grant, illustrates the use of probability simulation versus the “what if” scenarios of golf’s upcoming FedEx Cup.
“Finance executives are devoting more time and resources to determining whether they need to perform an impairment test and, if necessary, record a charge for goodwill.”