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Portfolio Valuation Services
Valuation specialists for investment management companies
Portfolio valuations have always been a complex aspect of investment management, especially for private investments and “hard-to-value” securities with limited market data for comparison. Deloitte's Portfolio Valuation Services can help.
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Navigating complexities in valuation requirements for alternative investment management companies
Portfolio valuation is challenging: It requires an in-depth understanding of markets, the asset in question, the company and its competitors, and financial and nonfinancial information.
At the same time, increased scrutiny from regulators, auditors, and investors has brought greater demand for more transparent, consistent, and well-documented valuation. The current valuation landscape is further complicated by volatile markets, “unicorn” valuations, and recent AICPA guidance on valuation of private equity and venture capital investments.
Independent, third-party portfolio valuation services can enhance transparency and consistency to meet stakeholder requirements, reduce perceived conflicts of interest, and mitigate risk across your organization.
Deloitte valuation specialists can fill a vital role, particularly when investment managers require more rigorous and objective valuation of diverse or illiquid investments.
The Deloitte difference: Our unique background and experience providing portfolio valuation services set us apart.
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