The value of a company is largely determined by the potential to generate future and sustainable free cash flows with its business activities. At the same time, there needs to be a certain consistency with the results of the recent past. Gaining insight into the value of a company is important in a wide variety of situations.
The cases in which we are most involved are:
- Sale, purchase or merger;
- Restructuring of shareholder interests;
- Fiscal matters;
- IFRS and other audit matters;
- Intangible assets;
- Fairness and second opinions;
- Arbitrations and claims.
While the most frequently asked questions to us are:
- What are the advantages and disadvantages of the different valuation methods?
- Which factors or assumptions are the most important drivers for value?
- What is the impact of different assumptions on value?
- What is the impact of the sustainable or normalized result on value?
- What is the impact of accounting policies on value?
- What is the impact of hidden reserves on value?
- What is the impact of improvement possibilities and/or synergies on value?
- Which role does funding play in a valuation?
- What are possible explanations for the difference between value and price?
- When do I mention or not (first) my price?
We offer you a valuation that takes into account the future potential, the overall position, past results, the general and specific risks of the company and the currently prevailing market factors and circumstances. The adopted methods require significant knowledge of and experience with specific analysis techniques. In addition to the value itself, this increases your understanding of the factors that lead to solid value creation.