Business valuations

Valuation of companies and their parts is a typical task of financial consulting firms, and at the same time the most responsible one. Especially since the principles of valuation have not been legally regulated in Poland (there are only specific industry recommendations).

Moore Polska evaluates companies for various purposes, in particular: 

Ownership strategies 
Merger and acquisition transactions of companies 
Division or spin-off of parts of companies 
Capital increases or share redemptions 
Update of carrying values 
Liquidation or bankruptcy proceedings 
Compensation proceedings 
Mediation and business disputes 

According to good market practice, the selection of valuation methods should depend on the purpose of the valuation, the specifics of the entity being valued, the market environment and the availability of information. 

The most common ways we use for pricing are as follows


Income method / DCF (discounted cash flow model, discounted cash flow 

It determines the discounted cash flow (DCF) forecast, providing the basis for the income valuation and preparation of the offer of the acquired companies, and then for negotiating the terms of the transaction and the provisions of the sale agreement. In addition, the profitability projection is taken into account by banks and partners providing financing for the transaction.


Method of comparable market transactions 

It involves determining the value of shares based on juxtapositions with previously made and publicly disclosed buy-sell transactions of assets similar in nature to the asset being valued.

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The method of stock market indicators

It is based on the determination of the value of shares based on the market value, presented through the stock market indices of listed companies (on stock exchanges), comparable to the company being valued, which determine the economic and financial figures describing the income and asset potential of the company. The use of the comparative method is an implication of the assumption that the capital market is a verifier of the current value of companies, despite the periodic fluctuations of trends in the market. 


Adjusted net asset method 

Represents the property approach to business valuation. According to the premise, a company is worth as much as the value of its assets less its outstanding liabilities, as of the valuation date. In the case of real estate assets, the appraisal report is entrusted to an authorized appraiser.

Contact the specialist of your choice 

Partner, Head of Corporate Finance, Commercial Proxy
+48 721 250 455
Partner, Key Projects Director, Commercial Proxy 
+48 602 267 884

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