Perth Business Valuation
We are a local all-inclusive valuation service located in the heart of Perth CBD. For over 20 years, our business valuers have acquired phenomenal expertise and skills to value businesses of all sizes.
The experience of our valuers goes further than just local small businesses, we have catered to national and international enterprises while still providing the same level of service to small to mid-level businesses.
Our business valuation services can assist on any occasion including but not limited to:
- Mergers & acquisitions
- Selling a company
- Succession planning
- Shareholder and partner disputes
- Company restructuring
- Financial reporting
How are businesses valued?
The business valuers of Perth Property Valuers Metro regularly value entities with a variety of valuation methods. The best method for the purpose of the report is applied. This may be such methods as:
Discounted Cash Flow Method
This is a method that determines the value of an entity based on its expected future cash flow. This is limited in use due to its reliance on assumptions and forecasts, however, a report made using this method, when appropriate, can be insightful to shareholders and investors.
Capitalisation of Future Maintainable Earnings Method
This method examines the financial statements and historical earning patterns of a mature entity to reasonably determine its future maintainable earnings figure and then uses a capitalisation multiple to calculate its overall value. This is another method that is used by investors to assess potential return on investment.
Comparable Transactions Method
When using this method of business valuation, valuers find comparable businesses. These are entities of the same size, industry, and market. Using the data from transactions, a business valuer can calculate the value of the subject entity. Transactions include such things as mergers, acquisitions, and sales of businesses.
Net Assets Method
Business valuations conducted with this method require an examination of its assets. This method is based on the fair market value of all its assets minus the liabilities.
How long does a business valuation take?
The time required to complete a business valuation will depend on many factors including:
- The experience and expertise of the valuer
- The availability of relevant information
- The size of the entity
- The purpose of the report
- The business valuation method used
On average a standard business valuation may take less than 14 business days, but timelines will be determined on a case-by-case basis.
Why choose us?
Our business valuations department is made up of experts who have been in the profession for over 20 years. They have accreditation from such respected institutions as the Chartered Accountants ANZ and the Chartered Practising Accountants of Australia.
For business valuations that are efficient, accurate and tailored to your needs, get in touch with our specialist team at Perth Property Valuers Metro.