Business Enterprise Valuation
Analysis Group has performed valuations of interests in publicly traded companies and private companies. These take the form of merger and solvency analyses; minority, debt, and other stockholder claims; bankruptcy matters; and the valuation of operating divisions, subsidiaries, product lines, joint ventures, and foreign subsidiaries. Some of the specific components of our valuation assignments have included increasing or decreasing solvency, reasonableness of financial projections, market and industry disclosures, and cause of business failure or the impact of business interruption.
Analysis Group has valued hundreds of public and privately held companies across a range of industries, including technology, manufacturing, distribution, retail, and professional services. These valuations have been undertaken for many purposes, including:
- Liability and damages assessment in commercial litigation and marital dissolutions
- Mergers and acquisitions
- Partner buy/sell agreements
- Estate and gift taxes
- Strategic planning
We work alongside some of the country’s leading authorities on valuing financially distressed firms and corporate reorganizations. Our expert affiliates have authored widely referenced papers and texts on bankruptcy-related topics, and have testified in bankruptcy courts.
Our experience includes:
- Assessing plans of reorganization to determine the impact on various classes of creditors
- Assessing balance sheet and cash flow insolvency
- Developing sophisticated economic models to predict corporate failure
- Analyzing the effect of specific events on credit ratings
- Evaluating the impact that accounting fraud, accounting policies, market and industry factors, and capital structure have on a firm’s ability to operate as a going concern
- Identifying and support testifying experts
- AG Feature Will Retail Debt and Financial Distress Continue to Grow?
Valuation of a New Hydroelectric Plant
- Forum Finding “True North” in Recent Delaware Appraisal Cases: Is It the Market or the Model?
- AG Feature Reading the Tea Leaves in M&A Litigation
- Featured Expert Jeffrey H. Kinrich Managing Principal, Los Angeles
Air Products & Chemicals, Inc. v. Airgas, Inc.