Company Valuations

Company valuation, by its nature, has an inherent degree of uncertainty. The outcome of a company valuation process is an estimate of the value a third party might be expected to pay for an asset. 

Notwithstanding this uncertainty, there are established corporate finance principles and methodologies which enable valuations to be prepared on a sound theoretical basis. At Moore Stephens we have the corporate finance experience and expertise to apply these principles to privately owned Irish companies and arrive at a practical solution for our clients. 

The outcome of our valuation process is a detailed report setting of the theoretical basis upon which our valuation is prepared as well as detailed workings to show how we arrive at our conclusion.

Value is commonly derived by applying one (or more) of the following valuation methodologies:

•    Asset based methods 
•    Capitalisation of earnings methods 
•    Discounted cash flows methods