Company Valuation & Analysis

Whether you plan to sell in 3 months or 30 years, it’s important to know what your company is worth. Most importantly, you need to know how to maximize it’s value before that time comes. We provide company valuation & analysis services as a part of our sell-side advisory or as a stand-alone service.

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How well do you know your company?

IAG takes an in-depth look at your company, providing feedback based on the four cornerstone of all businesses worldwide

What methods are used for financial valuations?


Gross Revenue

This method considers gross revenue as the foundation for the valuation of a company. The recurring revenue is what acquirers are most interested in, thus the reason for this valuation method.



This method considers EBITDA (earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization) as the foundation for the valuation. EBITDA is a stable measure of profitability and is one of the preferred methods of valuation for acquirers nationwide.



Though multiple considerations are made applying various information, a market-based approach considers primarily the region and size of a company being sold as compared with prior sales in the same market. This allows buyers to buy according to comps, similar to other real estate transactions.


DCF Analysis

Used more commonly by institutional investors, national consolidators and strategic buyers, and often in conjunction with other valuation methods, the DCF (discounted cash flow) analysis is a way to find the intrinsic value of a company based on expected future cash flows.

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