A discussion on key relevant accounting and financial reporting implications related to potential asset impairments, the assessment of a company’s going concern conclusions, and stock option trends and activities, all of which are getting heightened levels of attention.
“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.”
The unprecedented disruption businesses face from the impact of COVID-19 on their operations and finances, as well as on the overall economy, have created complex and intricate challenges in goodwill impairment testing processes.
PJ Patel will connect with SEC Professionals members and share his insights on the impact of the Coronavirus.
Rapport, a member of VRC’s Portfolio Valuation Group and has served on the ASA’s board for several years, was elected president last fall.
Effect of virus to show in risk factors, revenue, goodwill impairments, other financial reporting areas.
Registration is now open for VRC’s upcoming webinar: Learning the Language of Earnouts on March 24.
Hamilton and Woodward explore the strengths and weaknesses of customer relationship valuation methodologies and how the distributor method can assist in decreasing subjectivity in this process.
Mr. Balynsky has been appointed as the Valuation Observer to the AICPA’s Financial Reporting Executive Committee.
Where does the distributor method sit in the cannon of business valuation thought?