Business Valuation Services

Business valuation for SMEs is defined as “the act or process of determining the value of a business related to small and medium size enterprises or ownership interest therein.” The type of business valuation required on an assignment is contingent on the purpose of the engagement.

Our valuation Service is designed to assist business owners in understanding the approach of purchasers to valuation and the value achievable in the event of a sale.

All businesses and companies have unique features. In some cases these can have a material bearing on value – for example, a piece of technology or Intellectual Property or know-how that is a key competitive advantage or a business where a single customer represents a high proportion of turnover. To be able to provide its clients with an informed insight into valuation, Youssry & Co. needs to understand the important business attributes. There is therefore a short company and business information gathering procedure that Youssry & Co. undertakes for each valuation, which includes:

✓ Analysis of the Company, including statutory and management accounts

✓ A meeting at client offices in UAE to discuss the business in further detail.

What create demand for Business valuation services?

Businesses or their assets are valued for a variety of reasons. Some of the more common purposes for valuation are:

✓ Mergers and acquisitions

✓ Litigation and ownership disputes

✓ Shareholder oppression cases

✓ Financial reporting

✓ Goodwill impairment

✓ Buy/sell agreements

✓ Family limited partnerships

✓ Reorganizations and bankruptcies

✓ Recapitalizations

✓ Business planning

✓ Inheritance

✓ Compensation

How we can support you?

There are three major approaches can be applied for the businesses but only two approaches convenient for value any SMEs:

✓ The income approach

✓ The asset approach

1. The income approach

The income approach to fair value measurement estimates the fair value of an entity, intangible assets, or other assets and liabilities by calculating the present value of future cash flows that the entity or asset is expected to generate over its lifetime.

2. The asset approach

The asset approach defined as a general way of determining a value indication of a business, business ownership interest, or security using one or more methods based on the value of the assets net of liabilities.

What make the difference?

✓ We believe in one principle which is “ Serving the clients should be in a highest quality way along with the most competitive services fees