COVID-19 has had a detrimental impact on many businesses which will make portfolio valuations challenging. Issues such as assessing levels of maintainable earnings and identifying relevant market comparables will be a challenge, and valuers will have to be able to explain movements in quarterly valuations.
Join this webinar, to hear how the International Private Equity and Venture Capital Guidelines (IPEVCG) should be applied by valuers in performing valuations for private capital investments.
Current market turbulence will create many challenges to valuers as they seek to perform quarterly valuations. The IPEVCG set out recommendations, intended to represent current best practice, on the valuation of private capital investments. The objectives of these guidelines is to set out best practice where private capital investments are reported at ‘Fair Value’. Given the magnitude of the current economic crisis and the significant levels of uncertainty, the IPEV Board released additional guidance in March 2020. In this webinar we will be highlighting key aspects of the guidelines and practical insights on how valuers are applying them.
Katrina Hallpike, Director, PwCKatrina is a Director who leads PwC’s Scottish valuations practice and PwC UK’s asset management valuation practice. She has fifteen years experience specialising in the investment management industry, working across the UK, South East Asia and offshore in the Channel Islands. She has extensive experience of valuing unlisted equity investments, portfolio investments, limited partner interests and asset managers for a range of purposes including buy-side and sell-side on transactions, for tax purposes and for investor reporting purposes. She also regularly provides expert support to auditing of investment valuations. She also specialises in valuation governance and process, sitting as an independent or independent observer on multiple valuation committees. Katrina is a chartered accountant with the ICAEW (ACA) and also holds a masters degree from Warwick University and an undergraduate degree from Durham University. She has performed and reviewed valuations of unrealised equity interests across a range of industries including emerging markets, infrastructure and early-stage assets.
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