Business Valuations

An engineer on a construction site discussing plans for business valuationsYour business may be your most valuable asset, so it is important that you develop a proper understanding of its worth with a business valuation. We take the responsibility of helping you determine an appropriate value and asking price. Your BC Business Brokers intermediary has had extensive training on the various methods of business valuation and can help you price your business appropriately. A critical step in this process is to determine the most probable selling price for your business.

This involves gathering all data for analysis (on a confidential basis) including: financial statements, operational details, inventory, furniture, fixtures and assets, market conditions, company history, building details, leases, staff, proprietary technologies and processes, to name a few, to provide the most comprehensive business valuations.

We look at every consideration of value to determine the Most Probable Selling Price (MPSP) of your enterprise. Our Most Probable Selling Price recommendation is based on an evaluation of twelve (12) different approaches to business valuations that have been developed and recommended by the International Business Brokers Association (IBBA). This also complies with the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice as set out by the Appraisal Foundation, a world authority in appraisal practice. The result is an exceptionally detailed and insightful report that is extremely valuable to any business owner.