Business Valuations: Common Methods and Scenarios, Choosing an Expert
Buy-Sell Agreements, 409A, Section 1202 Valuations, Divorce, Shareholder Disputes, Trust and Estate Valuations
A live 110-minute CPE webinar with interactive Q&A
This webinar will take a comprehensive look at business valuations for companies and their advisers. Our panel of business valuation analysts will explain the various business valuation designations, how business valuations are utilized, and which valuation method is best in specific scenarios.
- Business valuations: introduction
- Choosing an expert
- Standard valuation methods
The panel will cover these and other key issues:
- Examples of how the method chosen impacts the valuation of the company
- How business valuations are utilized for 409A valuations
- Whether a certain business valuation credential is preferable in specific situations
- Does a particular valuation method generally generate a higher valuation?
Brian McIntyre, CVA
Mr. McIntyre is a Partner and Market Leader of Corporate Valuation and SBA Loan Valuations in the Princeton office of... | Read More
Mr. McIntyre is a Partner and Market Leader of Corporate Valuation and SBA Loan Valuations in the Princeton office of Withum’s Forensic and Valuation Services Department serving clients in both the private and public sectors. He has provided business valuations for tax, financial reporting, financing, and litigation support purposes. In 2018, Mr. McIntyre founded and continues to lead Withum’s SBA business valuation service line. He has spoken at a variety of conferences surrounding issues related to the valuation of small businesses.Close
Senior Manager, Valuation Services
Mr. Rodriguez is an experienced Valuation Consultant with a demonstrated history of working across a multitude of... | Read More
Mr. Rodriguez is an experienced Valuation Consultant with a demonstrated history of working across a multitude of industries. He is skilled in business valuation, financial modeling, financial analysis, and modeling of complex financial securities.Close
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