When considering selling or buying a business, a realistic and fair business valuation is the foundation of a successful deal. Consilium Chartered Accountants work with clients from a wide range of industries across the UK to offer an independent valuation that is bespoke and tailored to their business.
Scottish business valuation specialists
It may sound obvious, but a business is much easier to sell if it is clear what the buyer is acquiring. Consilium’s team of business valuation experts offer an extensive range of advisory services that accurately assess the component parts of a business.
Our Corporate Finance team are highly experienced in determining business valuations, as well as future earnings potential, short to medium-term liabilities, and capitalisation of future cash flows. Our extensive transactional knowledge obtained from acquisitions and disposals, together with our team’s experience, means that Consilium’s valuation specialists offer our clients a competitive edge.
Learn more about Consilium’s business valuation services below or contact lead Partners, Linzi Wilson or John Blair for an informal discussion.
Supporting business buyers and sellers across Scotland and the UK
Consilium Chartered Accountants undertake business valuations for owners, banks, lenders and financial institutions across the UK. Typically, business valuations are completed for a range of purposes, including:
- Mergers, acquisitions and business transactions
- Business disposals
- Compliance with accounting and/or regulatory standards
- Investment valuations
- Corporate restructuring
- Tax planning
- Inheritance tax
- Shareholder compliance.
From explorative discussions about possible deals and financial due diligence, right through to signing the deal and managing a successful transition, Consilium clients work directly with our senior management throughout.
Our fee structures are transparent, and we offer a full project management service, leaving clients to focus on doing what they do best.
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