Do you need to sell or purchase shares because of a shareholder dispute?
But you wonder what is the value of the shares?
If your answers are affirmative for the above questions, then we can help you.
In the event that your shareholder dispute has yet to evolve into a legal dispute, shareholders may try to work out a price that one side can purchase the shares of the other side. In most cases, the controlling shareholders will purchase the shares from the non-controlling shareholders.
Even at this stage, it is often difficult for disputing parties to agree on many issues including the appointment of a common independent business valuer.
In most circumstances, each disputing party will appoint a business valuer to help value the selling party’s shares in order to aid the negotiation process. At times, only the selling party will appoint a business valuer to value his shares.
Whether you are a buyer or seller, we can help you estimate the fair value for shares.
When shareholders dispute ends up in court, the court can appoint a business valuer as an expert to assist the court in estimating the value of the shares to be sold.
In other circumstances, the court may allow each disputing party to appoint its own business valuer to estimate the value of the shares. The judge will then decide on the value of the shares after reading the valuation reports from both sides.
We have acted as expert witness involving shareholder disputes. Therefore, we know what it takes to help you in such circumstances.
Director responsible for your Valuation Project
“Over the past 20 years, I’ve worked on small to large projects from various industries worth billions of dollars, some which involve shareholder disputes. Your valuation project will be in good hands.”
Chartered Accountant and Chartered Financial Analyst
Director of Roc
Prior to founding Roc, Henry led Deloitte Financial Advisory and Grant Thornton Corporate Finance teams. Henry had completed professional valuation training in USA, UK and Germany.
Other than being a Chartered Accountant and Chartered Financial Analyst, Henry also holds Bachelor of Science (Hons) degree from Cornell University and Strategy Management professional certificates from Wharton Business School, University of Pennsylvania and Strategy Implementation form Copenhagen Business School.
You can view my detailed profile by visiting the About Us page.