Like the sale of goods, sometimes the share of ownership in a company must be discounted due to difficulty in finding a buyer. Liquidation costs of equity in private businesses may be substantial, and the equity’s value is discounted for that potential illiquidity. Likewise, partial ownership of a private firm may be worth less than proportional share of the total business. This webinar delves into these types of discounts and how they may impact the valuation of your asset.
John Levitske, CPA/ABV/CFF/CGMA, ASA, CFA, MCFLC, CIRA, MBA, JD He previously was the founder of Ankura’s Business Valuation Dispute Analysis practice and a member of their Global M&A Disputes team.… Read More
Angela Sadang is a Principal in the Advisory Services group at Marks Paneth LLP. Ms. Sadang specializes in business valuations and the valuation of intangible assets and has over 25… Read More
Mr. Gould focuses on performing valuations of closely held businesses, lost profit and economic damages determination and forensic and financial accounting analysis. He has almost forty years of experience in… Read More