New Rules Announced for Corporate Inversions

Inversions have been scrutinized heavily for the past year, yet companies continue to pursue mergers or acquisitions resulting in an inversion.

Accounting’s 21st Century Challenge: How to Value Intangible Assets

How do you attach a price tag to something you can’t see or touch?

Landmark Decisions: The Valuation Process for Long-lived Assets Learned From the Panama Canal

In 2014, the Panama Canal Authority embarked on a project to obtain a valuation for the locks, dams, power plants, and other structures of the Panama Canal for insurance purposes.

Westlaw Journal, Delaware Corporate: Weak vs. Strong Fairness Opinions

How do board members know they have received a strong fairness opinion? What factors should apply when assessing the opinion’s strength?

PE Q&A: VRC Talks Trends in Valuation and What to Expect in 2016

VRC professionals contribute to Pitchbook’s 2016 Crystal Ball Report.

Accounting Today: Understanding and Valuing S Corporations

After some key court decisions, the process for valuing S Corps has changed.

Why Private Companies Should Look Into Valuations

Why should a private company board consider a valuation of the company?

Inside View: Valuing Carry

IRS regulations and the past performance of the management team are among the considerations needed to value carried interest rights

Helping Frontier & Emerging Countries Develop Valuation Professionals

VRC’s Chris Mellen trains Malaysian & Chinese professionals on the fundamentals of business valuation

Valuators Are Now Entering the M&A Picture Sooner

Valuators are being called in earlier in the process