An indicative company valuation is a company valuation of a reduced scope of work and reporting form, which, however, does not differ from a full methodical company valuation report in accordance with IDW S 1. The result of the valuation is often presented as a range, which makes its indicative character particularly clear.
For example, if a valuation is required only for internal recipients (directors, shareholders) and for internal purposes (e.g. accounting, strategic (preliminary) considerations, internal group transactions etc.), there is no need for a full report. The reduced scope of the work will be positively reflected in the client’s budget.
Furthermore, we can offer a time-saving staged approach for a longer strategy and / or transaction process. Here, an indicative valuation at the beginning can be developed towards or fully into an S1 report through supplementary and in-depth activities in a further project or decision-making phase.