Get the Right Tools for Today's Distressed Company Appraisal


Despite recent pronouncements that the Great Recession is at or near an end, the cleanup continues. Certainly any downturn in the economy brings with it its own amount of destruction (creative or otherwise), but when adverse business conditions are compounded by frozen credit markets the challenges to appraisal assignments become even more difficult. As Jim Alerding explains, valuing distressed and impaired businesses in this environment requires more scrutiny to the areas of capital procurement, management planning, the industry of operation, and even the premise value.

How to deal with these specialized issues? Alerding will join Jim Ewart and investment banker Rob Shortle for “Companies in Distress: Valuing the Impaired and Currently Unprofitable”, a 100-minute teleconference hosted by BVR on Thursday, November 5. In their discussion, Alerding, Ewart, and Shortle will discuss both the classic considerations of distressed company valuation and the specialized knowledge needed to appraise an impaired business today.

To learn more or register for “Companies in Distress: Valuing the Impaired and Currently Unprofitable”, click here.


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