PJ Patel Quoted in the Wall Street Journal

“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.”

Recent Engagements: Fairness & Solvency Opinions

VRC is proud to share a list of recently completed fairness & solvency opinion engagements and thank our clients for allowing us to serve their needs.

Does My Early-Stage Company Need a Third-Party Valuation?

If your company is on a trajectory towards success, now is the time for a valuation consultation about the required analysis and support to take risk off the table.

PJ Patel Talks Goodwill Impairments with Bloomberg Tax

Effect of virus to show in risk factors, revenue, goodwill impairments, other financial reporting areas.

Charles Sapnas Discusses Rollover Equity Structures in Private Equity Deals

Rollover equity is a common element of purchase consideration used by PE investors. It is also a complex structure with important valuation implications.

PJ Patel, Anthony Pumphrey Published in Tax Executive

Increased analysis within financial reporting comes with increased levels of analysis required for tax reporting.

Jason Mutarelli Published in Accounting Today

Winning strategies from the world of valuation.

First, Do No Harm

Opinion: The FASB is soliciting feedback on whether and how to further simplify the accounting for goodwill and intangible assets for public companies. This may be setting off down a harmful course of accounting treatment.

Mainville Quoted in Private Funds CFO

The International Private Equity Venture Capital Valuation Guidelines recently removed the at-investment cost as a stand-alone tool to calculate fair value, leaving GPs with a number of questions.

Valuation Issues in the U.S.

Valuations in the U.S. are generally required around a transaction and can be grouped by needs for financial reporting, tax, or legal purposes, as well as for compliance or recurring regulatory purposes outside of a transaction.