Business Valuation

Valuation analysis help businesses quantify, manage and build value. Starting with a deep understanding of the business and its industry, valuation provides transformative insights into key value drivers to help turn critical and complex issues into opportunities for long-term success.

We help UK and international businesses know where they stand in terms of value and chart a roadmap to maximise stakeholders value, including ESG considerations.

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The Valuation Process

Business valuation involves the determination of the fair economic value of a company or business for various reasons such as sale value

A valuation process includes 5 steps:

  1. Understanding the business – Industry and competitive analysis, together with an analysis of financial statements and other company disclosures
  2. Forecasting company performance and position – Forecasts of income statement, balance sheet and cashflow
  3. Selecting the appropriate valuation model – Depending on the characteristics of the company and the context of valuation, some valuation models may be more appropriate than others
  4. Converting forecasts to a valuation – Beyond mechanically obtaining the “output” of valuation models, estimating value involves judgment
  5. Applying the valuation conclusions

Valuation Methods

Typically used in real estate valuation, this methods calculates the value of an assets as the cost (present) to build/ obtain an equivalent asset.

When used in the context of private company valuation, the comparable company analysis approach involves looking for the private company’s closest public competitors and you can determine its value by using multiples such as EV/EBITDA.

The Discounted Cash Flow (DCF) approach is based on the idea that a company’s value is determined by how well the business can generate cash flows in the future, taking into consideration the cost of the capital needed to generate these cash flows.

How we can help

We help UK and international businesses know where they stand in terms of value and chart a roadmap to maximise stakeholders value.