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Valuation, Business Modeling & Fairness Opinions
The need for transparent and robust valuations and fairness opinions to support corporate transactions and to meet regulatory and accounting requirements has increased. But justifying the value of assets and liabilities has grown more complex and critical for most businesses. Our experienced professionals bring excellence in accounting, taxation, and financial due diligence to provide you with valuation advice for a multitude of purposes.
Our experience has shown that most business models contain errors and often fail to provide sufficient strategic support to help management. Our industry, accounting and taxation professionals can provide you with valuation advice founded on financial due diligence and technical excellence. We can guide you through the model review, model support and model-build activities necessary to make key decisions and improve strategic outcomes.
The level of scrutiny by regulators and investors continues to increase. An EY fairness opinion brings timely independent, unbiased advice that assists companies and their boards of directors in meeting this higher level of scrutiny. With over 1,600 valuation professionals worldwide, no similarly positioned global professional organization can match our breadth of capabilities combined with our depth of resources in providing such crucial advice.
Valuation and Business Modeling Leader
Jim Wolf, CFA
Americas Fairness Opinion Leader
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