For more detailed and sophisticated valuations—such as those needed for lenders or estate valuation requirements—we provide third party business valuations only created by experts holding one of the five SBA Qualified Source credentials.
Examples of more sophisticated valuation needs include: partner buyouts, shareholder agreements, business acquisitions or purchases, litigation support, marital dissolution, estate and gift tax, financial reporting, bankruptcy, and other more complex matters.
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Our referring experts hold one or more of the following SBA Qualified Source credentials:
ACCREDITED SENIOR APPRAISER (ASA) - ACCREDITED THROUGH THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF APPRAISERS
CERTIFIED BUSINESS APPRAISER (CBA) - ACCREDITED THROUGH THE INSTITUTE OF BUSINESS APPRAISERS
ACCREDITED IN BUSINESS VALUATION (ABV) - ACCREDITED THROUGH THE AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS
CERTIFIED VALUATION ANALYST (CVA) - ACCREDITED THROUGH THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF CERTIFIED VALUATION ANALYSTS
ACCREDITED VALUATION ANALYST (AVA) - ACCREDITED THROUGH THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF CERTIFIED VALUATION ANALYSTS
Business valuation standards vary by need, state by state, and often courtroom to courtroom. Such third party valuations enable clients and intermediaries to fine-tune asking prices, support the asking price during negotiation, and can often assist with the lending process.
We support attorneys, lenders, brokers, and CPA firms and their clients with realistic valuation reports for business transactions including fairness opinions. Generally, several valuation methods will be utilized with industry-specific databases providing current earnings multiples or other practical metrics such as percentage of revenue.
Calculations of value for small and middle market businesses are a major area of focus for Manhattan Valuation Services—especially for SBA lending candidates.