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.

Valuation Issues in Argentina

Argentina has five main valuation practice characteristics that companies must remain mindful of during the decision-making process when pursuing business transactions in the country.

Valuation Issues in Brazil

When it comes to business combinations and asset acquisitions, Brazilian standards require the determination of the fair value assets and liabilities at their acquisition date.

VRG’s Peter Ott Featured in TEGoVA’s European Valuer

For Valuation Research Group leader Peter Ott, being a valuation professional means having a love of lifelong learning in order to provide clients with the highest standards of service.

Miller Featured in Mergers & Acquisitions Magazine

Mergers & Acquisitions says: “Today’s M&A market demands a robust set of tools and services. Enter service providers.” Ranked at #4, they say VRC’s valuation services are vital.

Valuation Takeaways From Market Volatility Spikes

Market volatility spikes prompt considerations of appropriate methodologies for factoring market indications into valuations and reflection on when “smoothing” techniques should be employed.

Q1 2019 Economic Snapshots

Quick-hit visual summaries of the leading economic and financial indicators in major economic markets.

VRC Recognized for Service to the Industry

Business Valuation Update writes: “During a recent media briefing by senior members of VRC, an impressive note was struck when they talked about their involvement in the profession.”

Transfer Pricing Has Changed

Changes for related-party transactions, especially among subsidiaries of multinational corporations, make updated transfer pricing studies a necessity to justify the charges, often including royalty rates, for these transactions.

Valuation Issues in Japan

Financial reporting in Japan is mostly based on Japanese Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (JGAAP) and International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS).