MVI offers a range of business valuation services, from basic overviews to in-depth reports. Reports establish the fair market value of the business and provide supporting assumptions, rationale, and calculations.

Disputes

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Shareholder disputes, Marital disputes, Division of assets, Loss compensation, Guideline income

Transitions

Valuation analysis and reports to support informed negotiations

Sales, Mergers, Acquisitions, Transfers to family members & employees, Employee Share Ownership Plans (ESOP’s), Capital raising, Debt financing, Capital allocation for investment decisions, Shareholder agreements

Reorganizations

Independent and specialized valuation reports to support complex restructurings

Corporate reorganizations, Tax freezes, Estate planning, Amalgamations

Guide to Understanding Business Valuators’ Reports

Demystify valuation report terminology, methods, and best practices used by Chartered Business Valuators (CBVs) in Canada.

A series of easy to read, one-page articles to guide lawyers, accountants, business owners, and other users through business valuators’ reports.

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5.13 Valuation methodology – market method

The principle behind the market method for business valuation is that actual transactions for comparable businesses provide a suitable guide... View Article

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5.12 Valuation methodology – discounted cashflow method

The main principle behind the discounted cashflow (“DCF”) method is that the future cashflows (both in and out) of the... View Article

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5.11 Discounting cashflows

This introductory section is focussed on the theory underlying discounting cashflows. Discounted cashflow is based on the principle that the... View Article

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