This webinar explores the contemporary issues faced within the manufacturing industry when valuing Plant &Equipment (“P&E”). We examine the key reasons for undertaking valuations and the principle issues that affect asset values. In particular we will explore valuations for financial reporting, purchase price allocations and impairment testing.
As a result of the current economic climate and COVID-19, along with the regular emergence of new technologies, many may be left wondering how they will perform or review asset valuations and impairment assessments in the forthcoming reporting season.
In this webinar we will be discussing:
• Valuation Scenarios and Standardso Financial Reportingo Purchase Price Allocations o Impairment Testingo Other valuation scenarios• Valuation methodologieso Cost Approacho Income Approacho Market Approach• Effect of the availability of modern efficient assets/ functional obsolescence has on the value of assets and how adjustments are made in respect of this issue• Considerations of economic obsolescence, the wider economic climate and how it can be reflected in different scenarios• Tangible Asset Impairment Testing
Our speakers will also take place in a Q&A session at the end of the presentation.
• Understand why and how Plant and Equipment valuations are undertaken• Gain insight into the underlying considerations of an assets’ functional obsolescence and how it is reflected in valuations • Understand how the underlying economic climate impacts asset valuations and impairment assessments
Lyuda Sokolova – Partner, KPMGLyuda is a Partner in the KPMG Energy and Natural resources and Tangible Assets Valuations practice and has over 20 years of experience providing valuation advice to domestic and international companies. Lyuda has global experience having acted for public and private corporations in leading complex valuation assignments as well as acting as an independent valuation expert witness.Lyuda acts as valuation sign-off Partner working alongside KPMG audit teams on valuation related issues in relation to impairment testing and purchase price allocations under IFRS and US GAAP. She is KPMG’s in-house expert on the subject.
Adam Wollaston – Associate Director, KPMGAdam is an Associate Director within the tangible valuation practice. Responsible for the commercial development, project management and delivery of services to meet the consulting and valuation needs of clients for financial reporting, tax compliance, purchase price allocation and insurance purposes. Adam is experienced in valuing assets throughout the consumer and manufacturing sector, ENR, Mining, Transport and Industrial sectors.
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