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Corporate valuations form the basis of corporate finance activity, including capital raising, mergers, acquisitions, demergers and disposals. Even various provisions of Companies Act, 2013 have given great emphasis to the concept of Valuation & Role of Registered Valuer has been duly recognized under the Act.
Almost every organization is faced with the need to know the value of its assets be it traditional assets, intellectual property, customer and supplier relationships, know-how or technology. Regulatory compliance requires both public and private companies to assess the fair value of recorded goodwill and identifiable intangible assets from time to time. Knowing the right skills and tools to effectively analyze and value a line of business, a division, a part of a corporation or the entire company is important for business leaders, government officers and professionals across all industries, spanning from manufacturing to engineering, biotechnology, banking, telecommunications and venture capitals. A successful M&A outcome cannot be achieved without accurate valuation of one's own business, the target's firm and the valuation of synergies. In addition, business analysis and valuation is the key to assessing opportunities for alliances, spin-offs, divestitures, joint ventures, and any other form of restructuring.
Valuation is not an exact science and depends upon a set of financial and non financial factors like purpose, stage of business, assets, income and liabilities, industry scenario, market recognition, management background and intangibles etc.
To discuss and deliberate the key components of effective and comprehensive business valuation, ASSOCHAM is organizing a one day National Seminar on “Corporate Valuation – Practice & Procedure”, on Wednesday, 30th April, 2014, at Hotel The Royal Plaza, New Delhi.
Key discussion areas:
  • Overview, Concepts and Standards of Valuation
  • Valuation Framework, Approaches and Methodologies
  • Valuation in Indian Regulatory Environment (latest developments and tricky issues)
  • Statutory Recognition to Registered Valuer under Companies Act, 2013
  • Macro Valuation Issues in M&A (with discussion on control premium and impact on minority shareholders)

Invited Speakers
·         Ministry of Corporate Affairs
·         Central Board of Direct Taxes
·         Chief Finance Officers from Industry
·         Mergers and Acquisition Experts
·         Representatives from Audit Firms
·         Recognised Valuer

Who Should Attend:
This seminar has been designed specifically for executives with significant strategic responsibility including:

Corporate Finance Managers
Valuation & Research Mangers
Business Development Managers
Strategic Planners
Financial Controllers & Fund Managers
M&A Specialists
Accountants & Treasurers
Analysts & Researchers
Risk Management Managers
Lending Officers
Management & Strategic Consultants



Registration Fees: 

  • Delegate Fee: Rs 5,000/- per delegate (10% discount on 2 or more delegates from same organization)