METHODS OF VALUATION FOR PRIVATELY OWNED BUSINESSES AND CLOSELY HELD COMPANIES
AbstractThis article concerns methods to be employed in the investigation and evaluation of small privately owned companies and businesses as compared to publicly traded securities. In arguing that reports on market value should rest on basic fundamentals common to all investigations, the author emphasizes the importance of maintaining objectivity and undertaking intensive investigation. Some typical considerations are set out in addition to the public market, for use when a private company is being evaluated, either in its entirety or minority blocks.
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