The advisory part of the work done by auditors and accountants is increasing in importance as they seek to expand their service offering.
One such service is business evaluation. This service is required for various reasons - the most common one being when a business is sold, and both seller and buyer want to know the "true" value of the business before putting pen to paper. Internal re-organisation, going concern assessments, estate planning, divorce and requests from investors are other drivers of business valuation. Taking it up and adding it to the advisory portfolio will ensure an additional steady stream of income.
By the end of this webinar the attendee will understand business evaluation with regards to:
Its underlying technical principles.
The logic behind it.
The capital market theory.
Correctly calculating WACC.
Correctly using WACC.
The webinar will cover the following topics:
What is value?
What is the business valuation process?
Relationship between risk and return.
What is the Capital Market Theory?
Calculating WACC in business evaluation.
Using WACC in business evaluation.