Corporate Valuations

There are numerous reasons and factors that make a corporate valuation necessary. One of the main reasons, both for SMEs and large corporations, is the acquisition or sale of a company or an individual division.

We work according to the Principles for Conducting Company Valuations applicable to accountants (IDW S 1 and RS HFA 10). These use various valuation methods such as the income capitalisation method, the discounted cash-flow method and the net asset value method. Crucial for a reliable valuation is to determine the market position of the relevant company in relation to relevant performance figures and to incorporate the structure and development potential of the relevant market setting.

Our valuation team consists of experts who have in-depth knowledge of the complex valuation theories and are experienced in the preparation and assessment of integrated budgetary accounts, as well as possessing a sound understanding of taxation. Together with our industry experts, they make up the perfect team when it comes to answering the question of value in company transactions.

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