Business Valuation & Analytics

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Smarter business decisions start with compliance and analytics.

Smarter business decisions start with compliance and analytics.

Regulatory requirements, finances and growing pains can make it difficult to understand your business's value. And knowing value is crucial for dispute resolutions, acquisitions, exit-planning strategies and wealth management. Valuation professionals can help. They understand compliance, and they'll identify operational inefficiencies to create a stronger cash flowthat means more value for you.

We know the right tools and the right team make a difference. That's why we combine our financial expertise and deep understanding of the marketplace with the most effective data and resources to deliver results. Our big-firm resources and small-firm feel ensure you have the best of both worldsthe best tools and the best people.

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March 12, 2018
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When valuing a minority interest in a business (an ownership interest of 50% or less), it’s typical of buyers in the marketplace or a valuation analyst to apply minority discounts, which are more technically known as a discount for lack of control…
March 7, 2018
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Do you know how valuable your company is? No, we’re not talking about how much you think it’s worth.
March 5, 2018
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The success of your business depends on you and your leadership.
February 21, 2018
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There’s no doubt about it: the future is going to change the way businesses operate.
February 19, 2018
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Your business might go through periods of growth where business is booming, but you also might see times when you’re not bringing in any money and your business is struggling to hang on.
February 9, 2018
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Key performance indicators (KPIs) can help you define success for your business.

The Importance of Due Diligence in M&A

When negotiating mergers or acquisitions, due diligence serves as an in-depth review of the target bank organization—both its operations and its people. Much of due diligence involves a review of the quality of the assets to be acquired, but it also includes a review of bank operations, earnings and staff.

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