Any situation where a business valuation is seen to be necessary will likely be stressful for all parties. An experienced forensic accountant can utilise their expertise to provide a valuation, supported by detailed analysis and knowledge, to ensure that the process goes through as efficiently as possible.
The role of a forensic accountant requires years of training and experience. As a result, they have been there and seen it all across a wide variety of different fields and sectors. Therefore, no matter the reason, if you are in need of an accurate business valuation, look no further than Inquesta.
Your specialist forensic accountant can support you in a number of ways, and utilise their expertise to ensure that your valuation is done effectively.
However, just having the ability to track down data and assets is not enough. For a forensic accountant to be useful in a business valuation, they must also be able to provide you with an accurate valuation of assets associated with the company, hidden or otherwise — we have a particular focus on valuing shares and trade.
The actual process behind valuing company shares can be difficult as there are often a considerable number of things to take into account. For example, in a matrimonial dispute you may need to consider that a company built by one party from the ground up would have more value to them than their partner who had no association.