The Valuation Group seminar will focus on SME valuation with special reference to employment related securities. The evening will involve presentations from both Nigel Eastaway, Partner at MHA MacIntyre Hudson and Andrew Strickland, Consultant at Scrutton Bland and ICAEW Valuation Special Interest Group Committee member.
The world of business valuation is undergoing rapid change. Part 7, ITEPA, dealing with employment related securities, is very challenging legislation for those advising SMEs. This seminar will include an exploration of some of the relevant valuation principles and the relationship with existing common law on valuation in the statutory open market.
Some consider that the issue of growth shares to employees can offer a way forward. These have the potential to strip some of the current value away from the shares. However this approach leads to its own valuation uncertainties. To what extent should possible future growth in value be recognised in the valuation of such shares?
This evening seminar will examine the above points as well as four recent court cases involving fiscal valuations and valuations relating to shareholder disputes. We anticipate that those advising SMEs will welcome the opportunity to hear the views of Nigel Eastaway, author of Practical Share Valuation.
The event will involve examination of the main financial information of relevance in each case. Participants will be invited to consider their own valuation approach in one of these cases, based on the information provided.
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Registration and Networking
Jonathan White, Partner, KPMG and Chair of the ICAEW Valuation Special Interest Group
Nigel Eastaway, Lead Author of Practical Share Valuation and Partner, MHA MacIntyre Hudson
Understanding some of the Implications of Gray's Timber Products Limited v HMRC
Andrew Strickland, Consultant, Scrutton Bland
Chairman's Closing Comments
£100 + VAT
Andrew Strickland, Consultant, Scrutton Bland Andrew Strickland is a member of the committee of the Valuation Special Interest Group and is a consultant to a 12 partner firm of Chartered Accountants in East Anglia. His valuation work is mainly in respect of shareholder disputes, valuations in divorce and fiscal valuation. Andrew is the author of an article which appeared in Taxation on the question of the control premium; he was the joint author of an article in the USA magazine, Business Valuation Update dealing with the bid premium and the heterogeneous investor population.
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