Business Valuation

Business Valuation

Different purposes:

  • Sale/acquisition of a company or NPL
  • Squeeze-out
  • Merger
  • Tax reason
  • Financial reporting

Business valuation requires a high degree of precision and a broader view of the industry and markets. Our main guideline is the valuation of companies as close as possible to actual transaction prices in capital markets, which is based on thirty years of experience across Southeast and Eastern Europe, in-depth knowledge of many industries and our comprehensive valuation know-how. Based on our experience, we have developed several state-of-the-art methodologies for appropriate business valuation.

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