Business valuation Services in Singapore

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Business valuation Singapore

We are a leading provider of Business valuation Singapore to the insurance industry. Our valuations address a wide variety of matters, including mergers and acquisitions, capital raising, financial reporting, estate planning, and tax planning.

All Business Valuation

Our team members have 40 years of combined experience valuing all types of businesses in a range of industries. From large publicly traded companies to small closely held businesses. We value companies based on discounted cash flow, earnings multiples, and transaction comparables methodologies.

Business Valuation Services

We are experts in the valuation of business enterprises for various purposes including ESOPs, financial reporting (ASC 805 & ASC 350), mergers & acquisitions, taxation and litigation. Our approach is to ensure that we convey an accurate representation of the value to any third party seeking our opinion or assistance.

All Business Valuation provides a wide range of business valuation services designed to address your needs. We strive to provide all of our clients with the highest level of service possible and we are committed to developing long-term relationships with you.

valuation consulting services

Our valuation consulting services encompass a wide variety of business valuation solutions, including:

  • Business Valuations for Ownership Disputes
  • Business Valuations for Estate and Gift Tax Purposes
  • Business Valuations for Shareholder Transactions
  • Business Valuations for Litigation Support
  • Divorce Business Appraisals (Marital Dissolution)
  • Purchase Price Allocation Studies (ASC 805)
  • Employee Stock Option Plans (ESOPs)

Our valuation experts can help you with a wide range of valuation consulting services.

Business Valuation Services

  1. Companies and other organizations often need to know the value of their business or assets.
  2. The valuations we complete are used in a variety of circumstances, including:
  3. Buying or selling a business
  4. Fairness opinions
  5. Estate planning, gifts, and estate taxes
  6. Mergers and acquisitions
  7. Shareholder transactions or disputes
  8. Bankruptcy reorganizations or liquidations
  9. Business Valuation Services

Business Valuation is the process of determining the economic value of a business by considering its assets, liabilities, income and expenses. Another important factor in business valuation is the market price at which similar businesses were sold.

Why do you need a Business Valuation?

There are many reasons why you might need to have your business valued by a professional. The most common reasons include:

Shareholder Disputes: Valuation can help resolve disagreements about the value of shares when shareholders want to buy out another shareholder’s equity.

Buy/Sell Agreements: If you’re planning on selling your business, a valuation will help determine an appropriate asking price. Similarly, a business buyer wants to know that they are spending an appropriate amount on acquiring the business. A valuation can help both parties come to a reasonable agreement.

Estate Taxation: 

Most valuations for this purpose are done by accountants or attorneys with experience in tax law and estate planning.

Franchising Opportunities: Franchisors often require franchisees to undergo a valuation before agreeing to sell franchises to them. This is to ensure that the franchisee has enough capital to run their franchise effectively and avoid early closure of their location which reflects badly on the franchisor’s brand.

Company valuation is a complex process that can be difficult for an individual to accomplish. This is especially true when the owner has a personal stake in the business. To avoid any bias, it’s best to let a professional consultant perform the valuation.

Here are some of the services offered by professional business valuation consultants:

  • Business Valuation Consulting Services
  • Business Valuation Consulting Services

Our Purchase Price Allocation are designed to provide you with an objective, unbiased report that addresses all aspects of your company.*

*We use a variety of methods to evaluate your business and provide you with an accurate value estimate, including:*

  • *Assets-based method
  • *Earnings-based method
  • *Market-based method
  • *Cash flow analysis
  • *Ratio analysis
  • *Discounted cash flow analysis and more

A business valuation is a written analysis that determines the economic value of a business or ownership interest therein. The valuation can be used for a variety of purposes, including:

Buying/selling a business. A good business broker will help you put together a list of assets and liabilities, and they may even prepare an informal valuation to determine the asking price. However, if you’re serious about buying or selling a business, it’s best to have a professional do the job right. They’ll have the expertise to identify all the company’s assets (including intangible ones like customer lists) and liabilities — allowing you to make an informed decision.

Business planning

Business planning. You should know where your business stands financially before you make decisions about its future. For example, if you plan on adding employees in the next year or two, how much space will you need? Will you need new equipment? What will those things cost? A good valuation can help you plan for your company’s future needs and avoid unpleasant surprises down the road.

Financing/investments. When it comes time to borrow money, lenders want proof that your business is worth their investment — and will be able to repay them as promised.