Valuation Report

Valuation Report

Valuation Report

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WHAT IS A VALUATION REPORT?

A Valuation report is a report which helps to determine the value of a business or property or shares of a company through an opinion or the use of data. It is a report which gives the exact value of an asset or business or shares

WHY VALUATION IS REQUIRED?

Valuation Report

There are several reasons for which the valuation to be done. Some of them are:
1. When you want to sell your business and wanted to know the value of your business.
2. When shares of the company converted from preference to equity.
3. When Loan has been applied by the Company.
4. Merger, acquisition, reconstruction, amalgamation etc. – valuation of shares is very important.
5. In case of litigation, where share valuation is legally required.
6. Further issuance of shares.

WHO CAN DO THE VALUATION?
Any person who will possess the prescribed qualifications and pass the valuation examination conducted by the Designated Agency, shall be allowed do the valuation of shares and they are termed as Registered Valuers.

WHAT ARE THE ADVANTAGES OF VALUATION?
Some of the best advantages of valuation are:
1. Valuation gives better knowledge of the company assets.
2. Valuation helps to manage Tax transactions efficiently.
3. Valuation helps to obtain a true company value.
4. Valuation helps to enhance the performance of the business.

Our Packages

Excel Calculations
₹ 23600
  • Package Includes
  • Excel of Projections
Excel Calculations with Project Report
₹ 59000
  • Package Includes
  • Excel of Projections
  • Project Report
Complete Investor Deck
₹ 118000
  • Package Includes
  • Excel of Projections
  • Project Report
  • Investor Deck

Documents Required for Valuation Report

  • Last Year Financials
  • Details of Income Sources
  • Details of Expenses
  • Detailed Description of Business

Process Involved

Step 1

1

Documentation

Step 1

2

Documentation

Step 2

3

Financial Analysis

Step 2

4

Meeting 1

Step 3

5

Adjust Financials

Step 3

6

Draft Report

Step 4

7

Choose Best suited method for valuation

Step 4

8

Meeting 2

Step 5

9

Standards of value

Step 5

10

Draft Report

Step 6

11

Valuation Report.

Step 6

12

Final Report

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