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Key Areas of Focus in a Valuation Report

March 15, 2017

For those of us that prepare valuations on a daily basis, we see these reports as well-structured, easy-to-follow documents that explain all the key aspects of the valuation process. However, for the

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Valuation Multiples – What are they?

February 9, 2017

It’s not uncommon for us to hear about company multiples whenever we flip through finance channels or scroll through the market section in our daily newspaper. Company multiples are an expression of

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The Final Steps in Selling a Business

February 3, 2017

Once the interested potential buyers have reviewed the Confidential Information Memorandum (CIM) and have provided a Letter of Intent (LOI) to the sell team, the last steps of the transaction process

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Selling a Business – Steps 7, 8 & 9

January 27, 2017

This week in our Selling a Business series, we look at steps seven, eight and nine. At this stage, we are looking at what happens after the business owner and sell team have narrowed down their list o

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Selling a Business – Step 6

January 20, 2017

Once a business owner has spent a sufficient amount of time considering and preparing a preliminary list of potential buyers, the next step is to work closely with the sell team to narrow down the lis

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Selling a Business – Step 5

January 13, 2017

Now that we’ve covered the basics of creating marketing documents, as seen in step 4, the next phase is to map out who

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Selling a Business – Step 1

December 16, 2016

The first step in selling a business is determining a valuation range for the company. Before starting the process of selling a company or business, the owner needs to determine a reasonable range of

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The WACCY world of Valuations

November 14, 2016

In the valuation of a business, a term that often comes up is the weighted average cost of capital (or WACC). WACC is simply a company’s cost of capital and reflects a rate of retur

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