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Business Valuation in Transactional Documents: Formulas, Comps & the Market (Teleseminar)
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Business Valuation in Transactional Documents: Formulas, Comps & the Market (Teleseminar)

1 CLE hour

When: 05/07/2015
1:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Contact: (404) 521-0781

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Business Valuation in Transactional Documents: Formulas, Comps & the Market -
1 CLE hour

Virtually every transaction of a closely held company requires a valuation. The company may be selling itself or some of its assets, obtaining a loan or placing equity with investors, its owners may be engaged in a buy/sell transaction, or estate planners may need it for planning purposes.  But valuing a closely held company is much art as science because there is no regular market matching buyers and sellers. This makes valuation highly contentious as parties argue over add-backs, discounts and premiums, and methodologies.  This places significant pressure on transactional attorneys to understand the many intricacies of valuation.  This program will provide you a real-world guide to valuation methodologies, how the purpose of the valuation effects the outcome, common points of contention, and drafting tips to avoid costly disputes.

Guide to closely held company and asset valuation and drafting issues for transactional lawyers
How purpose of valuation impacts the valuation 
Valuation methodologies depending on the type of business or asset involved
Drafting to avoid common costly mistakes in transactional documents and how to reduce risk of dispute
Understanding valuation premiums, discounts, the difference between “fair market value” & “fair value”
What you need to know about how valuations are actually derived 


Ronald L. Seigneur
is a partner in Seigneur Gustafson LLP, a CPA firm located in Lakewood, Colorado, where he provides valuation, tax and retirement planning, and litigation support services.  He has published over 80 articles on business valuation and is co-author of “Financial Valuation: Applications and Models,” (2nd Ed.), a treatise on business valuation published by John Wiley & Sons.  He is a Certified Valuation Analyst with the National Association of Certified Valuation Analysts (NACVA) and holds the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants’ specialty designation of Accredited in Business Valuation.  He is an Adjunct Professor of Law at the University of Denver College of Law, where he teaches financial, management and leadership courses.  Mr. Seigneur earned his B.A. from Michigan State University and a MBA from the University of Michigan.

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