Traditional valuation methods tend to treat customer relationships as a primary asset. In many industries, however, customer relationships are not the most important asset.
Valuing investments in private companies requires a flexible approach.
…many factors of a business must be considered when answering the question “what is the value of my closely held business.”
The distributor method is a powerful tool for the valuation of customer relationships in situations where these relationships are a supporting asset and where there are appropriate market inputs…
Master Limited Partnership arrangements are gaining significant attention as energy-related MLPs represent over $220 billion of aggregate market value.
Valuing a target company’s customer relationships is never straightforward.
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