Course DescriptionA satisfactory result in litigation often hinges on a proper business valuation. As an attorney working with and against valuation experts, you must have a good working knowledge of how accurate valuations are conducted and what the best practices are.
In part II of this comprehensive 3-part series, author and valuations expert Jay Abrams covers valuation methods. Topics include:
1. Two Primary Valuation Methods for Going Concern—Discounted Cash Flow and the Guideline Company Methods
2. Future and Present Value Equations (case study: the sale of Manhattan Island in 1624)
3. Valuing Bonds - an intellectual stepping stone to business valuations
4. How Valuing Businesses is Different than Bonds
5. Discounted Cash Flow Approach — The 4 Steps
Length: 1hr 12min
- Richard S.
Meet the Lecturer(s)
Jay B. Abrams, ASA, CPA, MBA, is the founder of Abrams Valuation Group, Inc. (AVGI). He has valued businesses and consulted on mergers and acquisitions in a wide range of industries, provided valuations and discounts for fractional interests and restricted stock, and conducted independent statistical and mathematical research regarding problems facing businesses. During his 25 years of accounting and valuation experience, he has made, and continues to make, significant contributions to the science of valuing businesses. Mr. Abrams has published two books on the topic: Quantitative Business Valuation: A Mathematical Approach For Today's Professionals (McGraw-Hill, 2001); and How to Value Your Business and Increase Its Potential (McGraw-Hill, 2005). Additionally, Mr. Abrams is a frequent lecturer and has made significant contributions to the most prestigious valuation journals, including Business Valuation Review, The Valuation Examiner, Valuation, and The Practical Accountant.