Acclime assists clients accross all sectors with valuation issues related to tax planning and compliance, financial reporting, mergers & acquisition transactions, corporate restructuring and dispute resolution.
Valuing Special-Purpose property, whether it is for public or private purposes, is vital to analysing reasonable rateable values and the costing of tax. Special purpose valuation may look at the company’s management, the composition of its capital structure, future cash inflows and market value of assets.
Valuation on property requires a lot of research into the entity and should be done in a strategic process. These key methods should be considered when valuing special purpose property:
Throughout our history of practice across the whole of Greater China, Acclime has gained extensive experience in valuing Special-Purpose property for both the public and private sector. We can also assist in the adaptive reuse of Special-Purpose property following the cessation of specific design activity and in managing disposal and acquisitions of Special-Purpose property.
Damage Assessment Valuation is estimating the amount of damage or loss caused by an accident or a natural disaster. This process can include an estimate of the extent of damage as well as what can be replaced, restored or possibly saved. This estimate may also include the time required for the service required (i.e. repair, replacement or recovery).
Our teams combine various and relevant areas of expertise. Our teams have experience providing damage valuation services for a wide variety of complex issues. They understand that not every case is the same and that there are many factors that change the amount of damage done, or the value of the property lost and that these vary greatly case to case. This experience and individual attention to each case is why we are able to offer the highest quality of damage valuation service here at Acclime.
Intellectual property (IP) is made valuable by a number of different factors, ranging from market share and entry barriers to growth projections and economic life. Acclime’s team has a deep understanding of those various parameters in order to provide you with the highest quality work.
Acclime’s experience in IP valuations includes the following:
Acclime offers appraisal services for asset valuation, both for setting up new fixed asset records for allocation of purchase price and for determining the value of assets for an insurance valuation.
A correct and thorough valuation of fixed assets can be a time consuming process. Disagreements over the value of fixed asset contributions have regularly been a major problem cited by foreign companies when setting up joint ventures in China. Taking control of the process and appointing of suitable valuators can be critical in facilitating a satisfactory outcome.
Whatever your situation, Acclime will provide you with the utmost support to accomplish your established goals. Our accurate valuations arise through having economic knowledge and being able to properly investigate business and industry. Our highly professional staff will work to assign the correct value to the asset to ensure sound financial records and efficient business planning.
As the investment market in China is becoming more and more deregulated, the practice of acquiring a company is becoming popular. One of the most important things to determine in an acquisition is the structure of the transaction. This may be dictated by investment regulations. However, whether an asset or share purchase transaction structure is used will greatly affect how the IPR involved will be affected.
It is very important to carry out a due diligence check before following through on a merger or acquisition. The majority of enterprises have some form of IPRs and how integral those IPRs are to the business under acquisition is very important to know. An IPR-specific due diligence can be very useful.
Registered IPRs, such as trademarks and patents, can be simply checked with the relevant office. Not yet registered IPRs can prove difficult. In some cases they may mean that an in depth investigation of the business history, including employment contracts, confidentiality agreements and other documents that can determine the security of an IPR must be conducted. When acquiring a company that has licensed its IPRs from another company, it cannot be stressed enough that one must first review these license agreements to guarantee that the licensing contracts are in fact transferable.
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