VRC welcomes four new professionals to its commercial real estate practice group, San Francisco financial reporting team, and marketing group.
Hamilton and Woodward will present a case study of an acquisition and discuss several valuation and financial reporting concepts surrounding the sample case.
Nearly a year since the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act was signed, there are still a number of questions about how to apply the new law but some areas, such as valuation, are beginning to get some clarity.
All participants in the current M&A frenzy are responsible for understanding deal issues; panelists agreed that valuation experts are an important resource.
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.
We were retained by an energy production company whose subsidiary acquired distressed energy assets from an energy & production company. In selecting a valuation methodology, we needed to consider the significant divergence in the enterprise value of the business versus the un-discounted value of the assets given the dramatic drop in commodity prices at the time.
Q&A: How is the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act impacting company value and valuation approaches?