Wednesday, March 29, 2017 – 8:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
at the Courtleigh Hotel and Suites – Cost: J$17, 500 (incl. of GCT)
As the economic climate continues to change it is becoming increasingly important to keep track of your business’ value. Business values constantly go up and down, and even if you had your business valued only a year ago, it probably will not have the same value today. This in essence informs the expected price the business would sell for by determining its fair market value. There are several reasons for undergoing a business valuation. Some examples include buying or selling a business, succession planning, and justification of equity value for investors or lenders. Most importantly, business valuations allow for informed decisions to be made about the direction the company should take as it goes through the different stages of growth.
“Business Valuation: Understanding Your Company’s Worth” is designed with the assistance of our expert facilitators who are renowned in the Financial Services Industry. This workshop will provide you with valuable information on business valuation from three key perspectives, namely the business owner, the broker and the valuator.
This seminar will be delivered by industry experts and will provide professional knowledge with breakout sessions for questions & answers.
Mr. Jay Anura, Managing Partner
Anura is a Partner in EY Caribbean’s Transaction Advisory Services (TAS) Service Line. Anura is a Chartered Accountant with a career spanning more than thirty years in Jamaica and Sri Lanka. Anura is an affiliate of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Jamaica. He has completed a number of training programmes on various valuation methods/ approaches conducted by the American Society of Appraisers.
Mrs. Tania Waldron-Gooden, SVP Research, Corporate Finance & Special Projects
Ms. Tania Waldron-Gooden is SVP-Research, Corporate Finance & Special Projects at Mayberry Investments Ltd. She is also a Director and Mentor – Derrimon Trading Limited – Mentor- Caribbean Flavours & Fragrances Limited.She received her undergraduate degree from the University of The West Indies Mona and an MBA from the University of Sunderland.
- Defining business valuation and its importance
- Reasons for conducting a business valuation
- Selecting the right valuation methodology
- The three (3) key approaches to measure a business’ worth:
- Asset approach
- Market approach
- Income approach
- The valuation process
- Selection process
- Engagement phase
- Valuation Phase
- Report Phase
- Common errors in the valuation process
- The information you need to complete a valuation
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