Corporate valuation is the process of determining the worth of a firm. It can be used to determine the fair value of a business for a variety of reasons, including sale value, establishing partner ownership and divorce proceedings. In order to evaluate new projects, consider mergers and acquisitions, or make strategic decisions, the financial analyst must understand the factors that drive corporate value. A corporate valuation report is like a handbook that can help managers and investors understand how to achieve corporate “health” and create value for the future.
China is undergoing a transition from a planned economy to a market economy, where market forces start to set prices rather than a central planning organization. Meanwhile, the demand for business valuation is increasing to facilitate the process. Being one of the most important market intermediary service providers in China, the valuation profession has been contributing a lot to the restructuring of China’s State-Owned Enterprises (SOEs), to IPOs and M&A amongst other related market activities.
An overall lack of corporate transparency in China, as well as a generally under-developed regulatory environment can make corporate valuations an incredibly complex process. Our experienced staff have a thorough understanding of what key factors drive value within a wide range of industries. LehmanBrown assists clients with valuation issues related to tax planning and compliance, financial reporting, mergers and acquisition transactions, corporate restructuring and dispute resolution.
LehmanBrown offers corporate valuation services assessing areas such as the competitiveness of your company, any risks involved and the quality of goods and services offered. Our team consists of valuation professionals with extensive commercial experience across many different sectors. The team has provided companies of all sizes and stages of development with valuation advice in a broad range of applications.
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