Yet another key milestone for the ValuAdder team – the latest version of the Business Valuation Report Builder tool has been released.
Comply with all major business appraisal standards
Just in time for the upcoming publication of the International Valuation Standards in September 2010, Report Builder V3.0 incorporates a number of important changes aimed at compliance with this important business appraisal standard.
Whether you are a financial analyst or business owner, you can use the Report Builder to create business valuation reports that comply with all three major business appraisal standards:
- International Valuation Standards (IVS).
- Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP), Standard 10.
- AICPA Statement on Standards for Valuation Services (SSVS No. 1).
Business valuation reporting that works world-wide
Ability to simultaneously comply with these appraisal standards means that you can prepare professional valuation reports in just about any jurisdiction. USPAP and AICPA SSVS No. 1 are widely adopted for business appraisals in the US and Canada.
IVS has been adopted as a national business valuation standard in Australia, New Zealand, and South Africa. In many countries the IVS has been made part of the national valuation standard, including the UK and Ireland.
Professional report format – that fits your needs
The Report Builder is designed to save you considerable time and effort when preparing business valuation reports for any situation. Starting with the format, structure and language expected from a professionally crafted appraisal work product, you can quickly edit the initial template to fit the requirements of your specific valuation engagement.
The User’s Guide features extensive explanations of how to create a defensible business valuation report along with the standards guidelines and references. Each report template generated by the Report Builder contains generous comments right at the points in the document that call for your inputs.
You can speed up report preparation by working in the familiar Word or Open Office editor – whether on a Windows or MAC computer system.