VRC conducted a survey of financial statement preparers and users on the topic of goodwill accounting and impairments; Patel plans to convey key issues and concerns they raised to the standard-setting body.
When valuing a foreign company and its intangible assets, the specific tax provisions applicable to the company’s country location and the impact on values often go unnoticed.
To better understand the needs and views of “users” of financial statements, VRC surveyed financial analysts, a group mainly comprised of CFA charterholders, who conduct fundamental analysis on public companies.
We polled our clients for their thoughts on the current accounting for goodwill and intangible assets and have summarized our findings.
Response to the FASB suggests a number of ways current impairment testing could be improved and streamlined.
VRC and Calcbench collaborate as part of an ongoing commitment to educating the industry on complex buy important financial measurement and reporting topics.
A video discussion about corporate goodwill, goodwill impairment, and financial analysis techniques that aid in determining if a business combination is living up to performance expectations.
Opinion: The FASB is soliciting feedback on whether and how to further simplify the accounting for goodwill and intangible assets for public companies. This may be setting off down a harmful course of accounting treatment.
The joint ASA conferences will feature sessions and social events that will provide attendees the opportunity to expand their global professional network and explore the latest ideas, trends and best practices with fellow professionals in the valuation and appraisal communities.