Business valuations

Business valuations

Baker Tilly Staples Rodway’s Corporate Advisory team can help clients with all aspects of transactions in their business, including valuations, business broking and performing due diligence.

Our expert valuation team works with clients to help them in their decision making processes by providing a robust approach toward identifying the issues; and greater visibility around the financial and commercial outcomes of alternative solutions.

 

Supporting decision making

  • We can assist with valuation of businesses, shares and other forms of equity to support shareholder transactions and to assist clients’ understanding of the value consequences of different strategies and actions.
  • Our valuation services can support your merger and acquisition activities, helping you to understand the value of your business or a target.
  • We can provide independent expert reporting in accordance with the requirements of the Takeovers Code or NZX listing rules.
  • Our team can help you with litigation support, loss of profits calculations and resolution of disputes.
  • Our team can assist with valuations for use in relationship property disputes.

 

Beyond valuation reports

  • We can provide valuable input into the structuring of sale and purchase agreements and the pricing of new share issues.
  • We can assist with purchase price allocations and subsequent impairment testing of new or existing business units as stipulated by international financial reporting standards.
  • Our team can undertake formal assessments of an organisation’s weighted average cost of capital and capital structure, in order to assist with the long-term management of capital resources.
  • We can help you with cashflow modelling, forecasting, financial analysis and strategic decision-making.
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