Using Financial Ratios As Part of Due Diligence

Financial ratios are a way to evaluate the performance of a business and identify potential problems. It is imperative to consider the financial ratios of a subject business when undertaking due diligence, as ratios can highlight problems within a business and can...

Why Scalability is Important

When selling your company one of the major aspects that create value for a buyer is scalability. To release the value of assets or capabilities, the buyer needs to be able to deploy the product or service throughout their organisation or through their distribution...

Business Valuation Expiry Dates: Why They Matter

The nature of business valuation reports is such that the conclusions (otherwise referred to as opinions of value) presented in the reports are not valid forever. Business valuation reports generally contain an expiry date or sometimes contain wording that outlines...