A shareholder of a closely-held hedge fund was not receiving the appropriate level of compensation per agreement with the controlling interest shareholder.
A point often overlooked is that customers usually purchase products or services because of the presence of intellectual property, not a relationship.
PJ Patel discusses the valuation requirements in a business combination.
Property taxes were levied on only real property portion of a hospital, key to analysis was separating the value of the business ops from that of real property.
A leading manufacturer of branded food products engaged VRC to estimate the fair value of certain intangible assets acquired in a business combination.
A client who designs, engineers, and manufactures value-added products and systems for automotive and light-vehicle manufacturers acquired an automotive components manufacturer.
The Guide discusses the application of various valuation techniques appropriate for IPR&D.
A large multinational consumer products company acquired a South American company operating in the same space. VRC was engaged to estimate the value of the PP&E and intangible assets for financial reporting purposes.
A leading international producer of nitrogen products acquires a nitrogen manufacturing company requiring a valuation for allocation of purchase price according to ASC 805.
Traditional valuation methods tend to treat customer relationships as a primary asset. In many industries, however, customer relationships are not the most important asset.