Category: Business Valuation

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Business Valuation for Transaction Reference in Hong Kong (Funding)

Business valuation for transaction reference is critical to Hong Kong’s thriving funding environment. In addition to valuing a company, this method is fundamental for businesses looking to buy, merge, or raise capital.  A solid transaction reference enables businesses to approach negotiations with a clearer understanding of their position, facilitating more equitable and beneficial agreements.  To … Continued

Intellectual Property Valuation in Hong Kong

A revelation by the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) indicates that globally, intangible assets account for 84% of the total value of the S&P 500 companies, highlighting the increasing importance of IP in today’s digital and global economy​​.  In Hong Kong, intangible assets like Intellectual Property (IP) are skyrocketing in value, now forming the baseline … Continued

What is Venture Capital Valuation?

As an entrepreneur looking to secure funding, you’re likely aware there isn’t a single, widely acknowledged analytical process for investors. Startup valuation frequently depends on assumptions and estimation. Angel investors and VCs instead use various methods of venture capital valuation to get a feel for how much a company is worth. Your firm’s market and … Continued

Valuation of Employee Share Options (ESO) in Hong Kong

The trending rise in Employee Share Options (ESOs) is prevalent in Hong Kong. ESOs are a preferred method for attracting and retaining top talent. It’s a strategic move followed by both budding startups and established corporations.  ESOs are rights that allow employees to purchase company stock at a set price. They have become important for … Continued

Different Methods for Valuing Shares and Assets

Investors attempt to determine the genuine worth of a company’s stock before putting their money into it. Valuation of shares and assets describes the method used to find the worth of a company. It’s easy to find out how much a share of a publicly owned company is worth. A corporation’s stock price will rise … Continued

The Basics of Share Valuation

Mastering the art of share valuation is the most crucial ability an investor can acquire. Without this skill, investors cannot determine if a firm’s stock price is low or excessive for its expected performance and growth.  Your capacity to make wise choices in the face of shifting market sentiment will determine your success in the … Continued

Eqvista Valuation Request: How do I go about it?

A thorough valuation includes financials from the past, projections for the future, qualitative information about the company, and confirmation that the cap table is accurate. These components are also integral components in the valuation request form.  Eqvista’s Valuation Request tool provides a practical and informative answer for every type of business, be it a startup … Continued

Mobile App Valuation: How to Value an App in 2024?

The mobile app industry has witnessed significant growth in recent years, with businesses of all sizes investing in development to expand their reach and increase their ROI. Mobile app valuation is a crucial step for owners to assess the performance and potential of their applications. Mobile App Valuation  Valuing your mobile app is important when … Continued

Steps in Calculating Internal Rate of Return (IRR)

The internal rate of return (IRR) is a formula for estimating the rate of return on investment. The computation does not take into account external variables like the risk-free rate, inflation, the cost of capital, or financial risk, hence the name is “internal”. Ex-post or ex-ante applications of the approach are both possible. The IRR … Continued

How to Value a Buyout of a Business Partner?

It is not uncommon for a business owner or director will buy out a business partner to let them go from the business. For many companies, buying out a partner is a standard practice because they may need a partner early on in the business, and once it’s up and running, they don’t need their … Continued

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