Cash Flow & Risk and How They Effect Business Values

  A business’s value is driven by two key components: Cash Flow and Risk. The more risk that exists, the less value a company has and vice versa. How Is Risk Determined? Risk rating a company is identifying its strengths and weaknesses by considering several...

Why Banker Valuation?

Thank you FLAGGL! Last November we attended our first FLAGGL (Florida Association of Government Guaranteed Lenders) Conference in Orlando, Florida. We were a Gold Sponsor and the conference was a huge success for Banker Valuation. In addition to meeting prospective...

The Current State of Small Business Lending

Between the federal government’s recent hike in loan interest rates, and the slowing of bank lending in general, now’s a good time to gauge the small business lending climate as it stands after the first quarter of 2017. Here are just a few highlights and key...

How “Unicorn” Startups Affect Business Valuations

Startups, especially those in the technology and consumer products industries, have been known for earning business valuations that are seemingly astronomical. Millions and millions of dollars get invested into hot, new companies, but some of those companies...

Benefits of Using an Online Business Valuation Tool

For financial service providers working with commercial operations, having an accurate and recent business valuation is the basis for many of your most important decisions. From lending to mergers and acquisitions, you are making an investment in your clients, as well...

3 Calculation Models Used During Business Valuations

When it comes to business valuation appraisal, every company has their own method of calculating business worth. But have you ever wondered how, exactly, to value a company? Regardless of how much money one has put into renovating their business space, how many assets...