The value of any business depends on two things: future profits and the risks associated with such profits. Invexstar’s deep expertise in financial modeling and forecasting gives you the assurance that the information underlying our business valuation estimates is as accurate and reliable as possible. Moreover, our experience in business valuation gives you the assurance that appropriate methods are used to reach accurate, reliable estimates of the market value of your business. Our business valuation estimates represent what business owners could reasonably expect the market prices of their businesses to be in a transaction.
Some of our business valuation services include:
- Startup Valuations: We provide business valuations to assist entrepreneurs in negotiating the equity ownership position to sell, and the price of the equity when raising startup capital.
- Merger/Acquisition Valuations: We provide business valuations to assist entrepreneurs structure and negotiate merger and acquisition transactions, including determining optimal debt and equity structures.
- FAS 141/142 Valuations: We provide business valuations, and valuations of underlying assets and liabilities, to assist accountants properly apply the provisions of accounting standards, including primarily FAS 141 and 142.
Our strength in valuation consulting stems from our wide backgrounds in financial modeling and forecasting, equity analysis and research, M&A transaction negotiation and structuring, and financial accounting and reporting.
Invexstar Financials – we use holistic aprroach in building valuation model, so that you get accurate valuation of your business.
Our valuation modelling approach can be classified into three major categories:
- DCF Valuation Approach: Discounted Cash Flow (DCF) valuation is a tool for estimating intrinsic value, where the expected value of an asset is written as the present value of the expected cash flows on the asset, with either the cash flows or the discount rate adjusted to reflect the risk.
- Relative Valuation Approach: Relative valuation (“comps”) is derived by comparing a company to its comparable peers. The purpose of relative valuations analysis is to determine what is the “appropriate” value of a company, based on the market values of operationally similar companies.