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Valuations are increasingly important in supporting financial reporting, tax planning, litigation and M&A.

Valuations are an increasingly important part of reporting, tax planning, litigation & M&A

Global capabilities delivered locally

Today’s global environment has elevated the importance of valuations that support financial reporting, tax planning, litigation, and mergers and acquisitions.

KPMG has the international coverage, local-country and industry-specific experience, and trusted name you can rely on to help meet your organization’s valuation needs. Our valuations professionals (who are members of our Economic & Valuation Services practice) provide a wide range of services including valuing entire businesses, subsidiaries, joint ventures and equity interests, as well as specific assets such as trade names, patents, customer relationships, machinery and equipment, inventory, real estate and financial instruments.

Our valuations professionals can advise you on a wide range of business requirements, including:

  • Financial reporting: Perform purchase price allocations, impairment testing, stock option valuations, IFRS reporting and fresh-start accounting
  • Mergers, acquisitions and divestitures: Assist with pricing potential transactions and analyzing potential impacts on earnings related to amortization and depreciation
  • Tax planning: Value companies and assets to help conform to U.S. and cross-border tax regulatory requirements
  • Planning and decision support: Provide valuation advice for investment and capital expenditure assessment
  • Expert testimony: Support litigation and arbitration disputes.

Some or all of the services described herein may not be permissible for KPMG audit clients and their affiliates.


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