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Business Valuation

Determining the valuation of a company can at times consist of a simplistic equation, while at other times a complex mathematical formula. Business valuation requires a solid grasp of both how value has been created prior to the valuation date, and how it will continue to be created in the future.

We perform high-quality valuations of companies and assets which satisfy corporate, regulatory and accounting requirements. Our experienced team of analysts provides integrated solutions that help clients make better quality decisions around value. The foundation of our valuation process is the ability to understand how our clients cultivate ideas or concepts and deploy their invested capital to drive returns in excess of their cost of capital.

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Suspended Ceilings

Glass Wall

Financial professionals use these terms interchangeably. Both terms, however, are opinions of value.

Yes. There are different standards of value depending on the purpose and intended use of the valuation and sometimes the applicable legal jurisdiction.
Fair Market Value, Fair Value, Investment Value, Book Value

S corporations, C corporations, Limited Liability Companies (LLCs), Limited Liability Partnerships (LLPs), Sole Proprietorships, General Partnerships

Intangible assets are non-physical assets that grant rights/privileges and have economic benefits for the owner. Intangible assets can usually be valued (such as license agreements, trade names and trademarks, copyrights, and more).

Yes. A buy-sell or shareholder agreement be reviewed to value interest. Without the agreement, however, the appropriate standard of value will need to be defined and agreed upon.

There are two basic premises: value as a going concern, and value in liquidation. A premise is normally chosen based on the highest and best use of the business given circumstances and market conditions at time of valuation.


Above all, Jevo Advisors is committed to delivering the highest quality on every assignment. To support and achieve this goal, we have implemented a quality management policy that is systematically applied to all our assignments. Our policy is underpinned by the following components:

As a firm, we believe that sustained success is achieved when we attract and retain the confidence of our clients. Every aspect of client interaction provides an opportunity for us to create more value for the client. Our primary focus is on understanding the current and future needs of our clients and striving to exceed their expectations.
Our leaders are responsible for establishing unity of purpose and direction and creating conditions in which our people are engaged in achieving our firm’s quality objectives. We believe that focusing on a common purpose and engaging our people enables us to more effectively align our strategies, policies, processes and resources to achieve our objectives.
Competent, engaged and empowered people at all levels throughout our firm are essential to enhance our capabilities to create and deliver value to our clients. For this reason, we involve our people at all levels in achieving our quality objectives through recognition, empowerment and enhancement of competence.
Our quality management system consists of interrelated processes. Understanding how results are produced by this system enables us to optimize the system and its performance.
Continual improvement is our core objective. Improvement is essential for us to maintain our current levels of performance, to react to changes in our internal and external conditions and to create new opportunities.
From experience, we have learned that Decision making can be a complex process, and it always involves some uncertainty. Decisions based on the analysis and evaluation of data and information are more likely to produce desired results and lead to greater objectivity.
Sustained success is more likely to be achieved when we manage our relationships with all of our partner network, and vendors to optimize their impact on performance.
Each assignment undertaken by the firm must deliver a response that completely satisfies the expectations of the client. An assignment is considered complete only when the client is fully satisfied.

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