How much is your business worth to you or someone else? Whether you are involved in shareholder disputes, business negotiations, mergers or acquisitions, or marital dissolution, the amount attached to the value of the business is central to your transaction. We at GPP combine a sophisticated understanding of accounting, tax, financial statement analysis, and business operations with demonstrated competence in valuation to produce reliable and defensible reports. Our valuation team, headed by our Certified Valuation Analyst (CVA), provides intelligence and insight as it asks you detailed questions and looks at the business as a whole: tangible and intangible assets, cash flow, comparable businesses in your marketplace, and risk assessment – which is an often overlooked but extremely important element.
Our professionals at GPP have the competence, special knowledge, and skills that are critical to the accuracy and dependability of your valuation. We use valuation principles and theory to identify, gather, and analyze data to then apply appropriate valuation approaches and methods in developing the estimated of value of your business.
At GPP, we subscribe to the highest code of ethics, which includes independence from the companies we are valuing. We also have a depth and breadth of experience in working with a wide variety of businesses needing valuations for varied and different purposes.
Our professionals are prepared to assist you with a professional valuation in the following situations:
- Estate and gift tax planning
- Divorce proceedings
- Shareholder disputes
- Buy/Sell agreements
- Litigation support
- Sale or purchase of a business
For more information about our business valuation services, please contact John Peiser at 214-635-2513.