Business Valuation Expert’s Release 2017’s New Article Understanding RIAs in Valuation Demands

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Published Article Summary:

Business continuity has become a hot topic in the financial advisory industry. This is partially attributable to the generation gap. The Baby Boomers who have greatly expanded the landscape of the financial advisory industry are now contemplating retirement or selling their ownership interests. The Industry has been booming for 20 years, but is now challenged by technology and generational mindsets. When developing your Firm’s continuity plan, how have you decided how to ensure that your buy-out is attainable and fair? To avoid a problematic outcome, you need to have a good understanding of the business valuation process and review your continuity plans regularly.

Understanding RIAs Article:

About Us:

CVS is a consulting firm specializing in appraising closely held businesses, LLCs / LLPs, Private Equity for matters before the IRS, Chancery Court, Family Law Court and Shareholder Buyouts. CVS has offices in Chicago, IL and Naples, FL.

Today all of CVS’s appraisal and damage claims reports are counter signed by an Accredited Senior Appraiser of the American Society of Appraiser (ASA) and a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA).

About the Authors:

Mr. Garvy is President of Corporate Valuation Services, Inc. (“CVS”) Prior to forming CVS, he was Managing Partner for valuation and litigation support services at the firm Chadwick & Garvy LLC. He has appraised billions of dollars of equity interests throughout the country and given court testimony in taxation, Company disputes, divorce matters, intellectual property litigation, rendered fairness…

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