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Introduction It has rightly been said that “What has never been doubted, has never been proven”. Valuation is a specialized field which has evolved in response to developments in law, taxation, finance, accounting, and economics and has graved impact on financial health of the valued company. Connected to this aspect, there has been increasing interest seen in Valuation by all stakeholders. Navigation to Valuation Approaches The rapid globalization of the world economy has created both opportunities and challenges for organizations leads to uncertainty blowing across global markets which raise the importance of independent valuations all over the world. There is no simple recipe to determine the economic worth of the company, However Globally there are only three broad approaches to Valuation: Asset Approach: The asset based approach views the business as a set of assets and liabilities that are used as building blocks to construct the picture of business value. Since every operating business has assets and liabilities, a natural way to address this question is to determine the value of these assets and liabilities. The difference is the business val.However, it is used to evaluate the entry barrier that exists in a business and is considered viable for companies having reached the mature or declining growth cycle and also for property and investment companies having strong asset base. Income Approach: The Income based approach of valuations are based on the premise that the current value of any business is a function of the future value that an investor can expect to receive from purchasing all or part of the business. It is generally used for valuing businesses that are expected to continue operating for the foreseeable future. Market Approach: In this approach, value is determined by comparing the subject, company or assets with its peers in the same industry of the same size and region. Most Valuations in stock markets are market based. This is also known as Relative Valuation Approach Valuation – Indian Perspective At present there are not much prescribed standards and codes on valuation in India and in many cases the valuation lacks the uniformity and generally accepted global valuation practices. A number of business valuation models can be constructed that utilize various methods under the broad business valuation approaches. In determining approaches and methods to use, the valuation professional must exercise discretion. Each technique has advantages and drawbacks, which must be considered when applying those techniques to a particular business. Most treatises and court decisions encourage the valuer to consider more than one method, which must be reconciled with each other to arrive at a Value conclusion. Understanding of the internal resources and intellectual capital of the business being valued is as important as the economic, industrial and social environment Regulatory Valuations To keep pace with ever evolving economic and business environment, various regulatory bodies in India (RBI, Income Tax, SEBI, etc) have prescribed different and in some cases even conflicting valuation methodologies creating practical difficulties. In some cases, absolute discretion is given to valuers on one hand and in other cases strict adherence to practical method like NAV, DFCF, Market price etc is sought. However, in most cases, there is not much guidance on how to apply a particular method like DFCF; Comparable Companies Market Multiples Method. A diagrammatic view for all regulatory valuations in India is provided on next page: Comprehensive comparison of Regulatory Valuations in India Concluding Thought The key role of the valuer is to remove the biasness and subjectivity in the valuation process and find the fair value of the business based on science, logic, empirical studies, case law and last but not the least the professional experience of the Valuer on an objective basis. As such, the Valuation approaches / methods being applied must take into account the standard of value and premise of value and also suitable adjustments to make Valuation discounts and Premium based on the facts of each case. The ongoing concept of “Registered Valuer” is also expected to bring clarity on the methods of Valuation and would lead Valuation practice as a discipline in India. Contact us @ corporatevaluations.in An Online Venture of D-28, South Extension –I, New Delhi-110 049 For any clarifications or Professional Valuation Advisory, feel free to contact: Mr. Chander Sawhney Mr. Maneesh Srivastava Vice President Senior Manager M: +91 9810557353 M: +91 9871026040 Ph: 011-40622252 Ph: 011-40622255 Email: email@example.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org For Free Online Biz Valuation and more Research Based Valuation Information, Please Visit Dedicated Valuation Portal @ Web: www.corporatevaluations.in E: email@example.com Disclaimer:- All rights reserved. This is a Research based publication; Information in this publication is in summary form and is therefore intended for general guidance only. It is not intended to be a substitute for detailed research or the exercise of professional judgment. Neither corporatevaluations.in nor any other member of the Corporate Professionals organization accept any responsibility for loss occasioned to any person acting or refraining from action as a result of any material in this publication. On any specific matter, reference should be made to the appropriate advisor. Reprinted (or adapted) with permission. Distribution of this material via the internet does not constitute consent to the redistribution of it in any other form or by any other person or entity. This excerpted article, or any part thereof, may not be reproduced or copied in any form or by any means- graphic, electronic, or mechanical- without the prior written permission of Corporate Professionals. Our Valuation Services: Business Valuation | Investment Valuation | M&A Valuation and Swap Ratio | Fairness Opinions | ESOP Valuation| Tax Valuation | FDI & ODI Valuation | Valuation for Regulatory Reporting | Build/Review Financial Models © 2013, Corporate Professionals. 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