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The Body and Soul of Business Valuation: Part I

Presented by Jay Abrams

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Course Description

Length: 4h 18min    Published: 1/11/2023    
A satisfactory result for a client in civil litigation often hinges on a proper business valuation. An attorney working with and against valuation experts must have a good working knowledge of business valuation procedures and best practices in order to secure a judgment that is beneficial for their client. In this advanced series, author and valuations expert Jay Abrams gives attorneys a primer in valuation methods. Part I, which covers the infrastructure of valuation, consists of the following topics: 1. The attorney's role in business valuation 2. Premise of Value - the assumptions underlying the valuation. 3. Standards of Value — current and ancient standards of value. 4. Valuation Approaches - The three valuation approaches in business valuation are the asset approach, the income approach, and the market approach. 5. Regression Analysis— an important, all-pervasive statistical tool that sophisticated appraisers can use in many phases of the valuation process. 6. Two Primary Valuation Methods for Going Concern—Discounted Cash Flow and the Guideline Company Methods 7. Future and Present Value Equations 8. Valuing Bonds - an intellectual stepping stone to business valuations 9. How Valuing Businesses is Different than Bonds 10. Discounted Cash Flow Approach — The 4 Steps
Learning Objectives
* Get a working understanding of business valuation to enable you to assist your appraiser and be an active participant in the appraisal process
* Learn the three valuation approaches in business valuation in order to do your own "quick and dirty" valuation
* Understand the discounted cash flow approach to business valuation

Speaker Q&A

Presented By:

Jay Abrams

Valley Village, CA

(818)512-6500

jay.abrams@abramsvaluation.com

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