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Financial Instrument Valuation

 

A financial instrument is any contract that gives rise to a financial asset of one entity and a financial liability or equity instrument of another entity.
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Managements require valuations of equity and debt instruments for numerous purposes including reporting requirements associated with: audit compliance, mergers, etc..

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Mining Valuation
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Mining valuation is the process of determining the value or worth of a mining property. Transactions for mining assets and mining projects are popular deals conducted in the public market.
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We have a dedicated team of professionals who can handle numerous technical concerns and provide corresponding professional services for different purposes.

Intangible Asset Valuation

 

Valuations of intangible assets are often necessary for financial reporting and intellectual property transactions.


​​Valuation models can be used to value intangible assets such as for patent valuation, but also in copyrights, software, trade secrets, and customer relationships. Since few sales of benchmark intangible assets can ever be observed, one often values these sorts of assets using either a present value model or estimating the costs to recreate it. Regardless of the method, the process is often time-consuming and costly.

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Plant and Machinery Valuation

 

We offer valuation of various fixed assets in our clients' balance sheet for purposes such as accounting, purchase price allocation and mergers & acquisitions. We also advise banks on specialised asset valuations for ferries, aircrafts, yachts, vessels, printing equipment, construction machines and vehicles.
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Our expert team is consisted of various qualified engineers, who specialised in ferry, vessels, aircrafts, diamond, publishing industry, construction industry, coaches, sports cars and etc.

Valuation for Purchase Price Allocation

 

To comply with generally accepted accounting principles for financial reporting purposes, an acquirer needs to report the specific types and associated fair values of the acquired tangible and intangible assets.

 

These fair values are included on the opening post-acquisition balance sheet and are periodically adjusted to reflect depreciation and amortization charges, which reduce the carrying value of the associated asset (carrying value is calculated as the difference between original fair value, less cumulative depreciation and amortization charges). 

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