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Guide to Canadian Business Valuations
Par : Richard M. Wise, B.Com., FCBV, FASA, FRICS, MCBA, CVA, CFE, C.Arb., Jay E. Fishman, FASA, Shannon P. Pratt, CFA, FASA, ARM, ABAR, MCBC, CM&AA
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Description
Richard Wise and his colleagues have fully succeeded in demystifying the increasingly complex topic of business valuation. They have incorporated several unique techniques to create a comprehensive resource that is completely reader-friendly… and grounded in the real world. This three-volume, looseleaf guide has been specifically designed to:
  • Provide practical information that is easy to understand and use - Incorporates a unique “engagement approach” to the valuation process, an accessible, step-by-step system
  • Give you the entire picture - Offers valuable insight into the practices, concepts, and procedures for a variety of valuation engagements
  • Help you fully understand each step of the valuation process with “real life” examples - Includes detailed case studies, sample engagement letters, computation worksheets, questionnaires, checklists, and forms
All professionals in this area will find the complete set of easy-to-use practice aids extremely helpful in their day-to-day activities. Table of Contents Volume 1 • Overview of a Business Valuation Engagement • Overview of Valuation Terms and Methodology • Pre-Engagement Procedures • Data Gathering and Analysis • Capitalized and Discounted Returns Methods Volume 2 • Valuation Methods Based on Guideline (Comparative) Company Data • Underlying Assets, Excess Earnings and Other Methods • Wrapping up the Engagement • Valuation Reports • Income Tax/Capital Gains Valuation • Valuation Professional Practices • Canadian Securities Commissions – Valuation Requirements • Litigation Support Volume 3 • Valuing Preferred Shares • Fair Value Under Shareholder Dissent and Oppression Remedies • Valuation for Divorce Engagements • Forensic Valuations – Reconstructing Business Income for Valuation Purposes • Fair Value Determination for Financial Reporting – Business Combinations, Goodwill and Other Intangible Assets • Valuing Non-Traded Financial Options • VAL – Practice Aids - Independent Valuation Consultants • INT – Practice Aids - Internal Accountants/Analysts • Index • Firm Policies
À propos de l'auteur
Richard M. Wise, B.Com., FCBV, FASA, FRICS, MCBA, CVA, CFE, C.Arb., FCPA, FCA, CA·IFA, Partner, MNP LLP coauthor of Guide to Canadian Business Valuations is a Partner specializing in business valuation and forensic accounting in MNP's Montréal office. He has more than 35 years of experience performing valuations for corporate, transactional and taxation purposes as well as damage quantification. He writes and lectures extensively across Canada and the U.S. Richard has served as President of The Canadian Institute of Chartered Business Valuators, International Governor of the American Society of Appraisers (ASA), and was Technical Editor of the Business Valuation column in CA Magazine. He has also been a valuation advisor to Justice Canada, Canada Revenue Agency, Industry Canada, Québec Financial Markets Authority, Québec Department of Revenue, Attorney General of Ontario and Public Trustee of Ontario. He frequently gives expert court testimony across Canada and in the U.S. and has been appointed by the courts as their valuation expert. Richard was Special Assistant to the Minister of National Revenue in Ottawa and then partner-in-charge of Business Valuation at an international accounting firm until he founded Wise, Blackman LLP in 1979, which merged with MNP in 2011. A McGill graduate, Richard was designated a Chartered Accountant (CA) in 1965 and elected a Fellow in 1984. Richard serves on several boards and committees of professional societies and various charitable organizations and was inducted into the ASA College of Fellows in 2006. He is now Chair of the ASA Business Valuation Standards Committee. The Governor General awarded Richard a commemorative medal in 1992 for having made a significant contribution to Canada.
Jay E. Fishman, FASA, Managing Director of Financial Research Associates
Shannon P. Pratt, CFA, FASA, ARM, ABAR, MCBC, CM&AA, Chairman and CEO of Shannon Pratt Valuations, Inc.