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Valuation and financial modelling services
Undertaking a valuation exercise requires an in-depth understanding of the subject to be valued including an analysis of factors such as market conditions, the regulatory environment as well as competition. Sound valuation advice also involves a delicate balance between technical analysis, commercial experience and professional judgment.
Deloitte has extensive experience and deep expertise in valuing different asset classes including businesses, financial instruments & derivatives, intangible assets & intellectual property rights, plant & machinery, and real estate. Our experience extends to a variety of commercial contexts, including mergers & acquisitions, regulatory & taxation, reorganisation & restructuring, litigation & dispute resolution and financial reporting. Each valuation assignment is supported by a financial model complemented by our technical rigour and commercial reality and built to meet the objectives of the assignment.
Robust business or financial modelling requires a detailed understanding of best practice techniques, quantitative analysis and logic. We develop bespoke planning and decision support business models on different platforms, including but not limited to Microsoft Excel, to facilitate the resolution of significant business issues that you face regularly. Our value lies in our ability to distil complex business situations, translating and reflecting them into valuable financial models that provide greater insight and better foresight, empowering you to make strategic decisions.
Valuation in a post COVID-19 world - Price versus Intrinsic Value
Analyst forecasts can provide insight into COVID-19 recovery patterns by sector based on degree of exposure to anticipated milestones. Operational and financial decision-making can influence the speed and magnitude of this trajectory. An efficient valuation process helps to distinguish between price and intrinsic value, facilitates understanding of the relationship between forecast cash flows and required rates of return, leverages industry experience in developing probability-adjusted cash flow scenarios and calibrates recent investments to reflect current market conditions.
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