Company Evaluation & Appraisal

Evaluation services are the true reflection of business, which can provide a clearer picture of the organization’s future or determine the value of assets that institutions wish to own or sell. Specialized company evaluators follow many business, company, and asset evaluation methods to reach the fair value of organizations and make the right decisive decisions for the organization in the appropriate manner.

Does the company’s value today equal yesterday’s value, or will it equal tomorrow’s value, or even five years from now? Does the investor want to buy the current value of the company or the future value? To what extent does your organization achieve profits for shareholders?

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Evaluation of companies

The valuation of companies, also known as business valuation, is influenced by several factors, foremost among them being the purpose of the valuation (expansion, sale of shares, or liquidation and exit from markets). Therefore, specialized experts in valuation employ multiple methods to determine the fair and appropriate value for the organization’s subsequent actions. These experts conduct valuations in accordance with the International Valuation Standards Council (IVSC) criteria. The IVSC, a non-profit organization, collaborates with the World Bank, the United Nations, and the International Accounting Standards Board to develop valuation standards and guidance for valuation procedures worldwide. These standards have been recognized and utilized in over 100 countries around the globe. As a result, our service is characterized by a high level of professionalism, as we adhere to globally unified and compatible standards to minimize any potential bias in the fair value opinion of any company.

The most important evaluation methods used

  1. Income Approach

This method is divided into several methodologies, the most important of which are the following:

  • Discounted Cash Flows (DCF)
  • Income Capitalization
  • Dividend Discount Model
  1. Asset Based Approach
  • Adjusted Net Asset Value
  • Book Value
  1. Market Approach
  • Guideline Public Comparable


How we can help you

– Real estate appraisal

– Equipment and machinery valuation

– Goods valuation

Expectation results 

– Identifying the magnitude of the establishment

– Mergers and acquisitions operations

– Financial reporting under IFRS

– Shareholder transactions