PricewaterhouseCoopers emphasizes detailed working methods and efficiency when carrying out business valuations. We have worked with various clients and we stress the importance of gaining a profound understanding of the nature of each business and its environment.
Valuations are often carried out when there is a change of ownership of a company or particular business units of a company, to provide executives and owners information on the success or failings of a company or to find ways to increase a company's value.
Several methods can be applied when carrying out valuations. We emphasise the identification of all presumptions which the valuation is built on and the impact which those presumptions have on the valuation. We mostly use cash-flow models, comparative analysis and business identity numbers. We have years of experience carrying out valuations for any kind of business of any size degree.