- Chartered Accountants ANZ and Macquarie University jointly commissioned the research
- The new business valuations initiatives aim to support our members in their work
- Research into local business valuations have been wanted for some time now
Wasn't it great to see BV Specialist, Simon Dalgarno FCA take valuation to the global stage at WCOA last month? Simon appeared alongside co-presenter Rajeev Shah, Managing Director and CEO, RBSA Advisors, as they examined both the 'art' and 'science' elements of valuation.
"Over the lifecycle of a company, the valuation approaches change, the thinking changes; and from predominantly art, it moves to predominantly science,"
Of course as a member of the Chartered Accountants ANZ BV Community, you understand better than anyone the demands of the role. Which is why I'm so pleased to announce several Chartered Accountants ANZ BV Committee initiatives aimed at supporting members. These initiatives have been in the pipeline for some time now so it's gratifying to see them realised.
I am excited to announce the release of two business valuation research papers, jointly commissioned by Chartered Accountants ANZ and Macquarie University. Business valuers in Australia and New Zealand have been crying out for local business valuation research for many years. After hearing Dr Steven Bishop and Roland Winn present to us at the recent Chartered Accountants ANZ BV Conference, we are now pleased to release the first two papers addressing:
- Market Risk Premium
- Size Premium.
The papers are explored in further detail below, and shortly be available via MyCA.
Finally, I'd like to wish everyone a happy and safe Christmas. Thank you for your continued support of the Chartered Accountants ANZ BV Committee throughout the year, and I look forward to working with you again in 2019.
Simon Dalgarno and Rajeev Shahs presentation
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