An enterprise may need to value all or part of its business in event of merger or acquisition or for making informed business decision of the value of each component of business before undertaking restructuring exercise. The valuation exercise involves knowing the value beyond the traditional tangible assets to include intellectual property, customer and supplier relationships and know-how.
Regulatory requirement mainly Singapore Financial Reporting Standards requires accounting valuation to be performed from time to time to assess the fair value of recorded goodwill and identified tangible assets.
Stock Options & Equity Based Compensation
Singapore Financial Reporting Standards require that costs relating to share based payments be accounted for in their financial statements. We are able to estimate share based expenses through the use of appropriate option valuation models.
Goodwill Impairment Testing
Singapore Financial Reporting Standards require goodwill and other intangible assets with indefinite useful lives to be tested for impairment annually. We are able to assist management to value these via the use of cash flows projection with detailed consideration of assumptions used and their reasonableness.
Purchase Price Allocations & Valuation of Intellectual Property Rights
Singapore Financial Reporting Standards require the purchase price of an acquired company (or group of assets) to be allocated among identifiable assets and liabilities to derive the resulting goodwill. We are able to provide the fair value of various classes of assets and liabilities, including intangible assets.
We provide services for the valuation of the shares/ business through the use of various models.
Partner, ECOVIS Assurance LLP
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