Oil & Gas

VRC provided a required valuation of tangible and intangible assets for a Master Limited Partnership (MLP) client in support of a purchase price allocation. There were no detailed fixed asset records; VRC needed to overcome significant data limitations.

Financial Sponsor: Hedge Fund

A hedge fund client held convertible note in a company that restructured outstanding debt. As part of restructure, the note was exchanged for two separate Term Loans.

With Great Access to Capital Comes Great Responsibility

Credit, especially senior credit, stands out from its peers in what many allocators consider a late stage in the economic cycle.

Devon Martineaux

Mr. Martineaux is a part of VRC’s Portfolio Valuation Practice and specializes in business enterprise and illiquid securities valuation to hedge funds, private equity funds…

Convertible Notes Valuation

The valuation challenge with a hybrid security is to consider both the equity and debt components in a combined framework – this challenge is not without its tradeoffs.

Valuation Issues in Canada

Considering a business transaction in Canada? A variety of valuation-related issues are relevant to your decision-making process.

Kevin Rowley

Mr. Rowley is a part of the portfolio valuation group specializing in valuations of complex investments, including residential mortgage investments, venture capital, privately-held debt securities,…

Mercedes Falcon

Ms. Falcon has extensive experience in business valuation for financial and tax purposes, project management and corporate finance. Prior to joining Valuation Research, Ms. Falcon…

Accounting and Valuation Conference Tackles Critical Issues for Credit Funds

Ahead of an uncertain 2018, senior VRC professionals provided their insights regarding trends in accounting, valuation, taxes and other industry practices.

Michael Park

Michael Park is a part of the portfolio valuation group specializing in the valuation of illiquid securities, including privately-held equity securities, fixed income securities, various…