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Business Valuation 101

Are you looking to buy or sell a business?

Do you have a client who owns a business that needs to be valued for family law purposes?

Do you need to understand the value of your business for succession planning?

Join Ian Lobo, of SB Partners, for a two-part webinar series that will help you understand what a valuation is, when you might need to understand the value of your business, and the different approaches we take to determine value.

Part 1: Understanding Business Valuations

When: Thursday, May 30th at 12:00pm EST

Where: Teams Webinar

In this half-hour webinar, we will understand:

  • Understand how value and price differ
  • Why you might need to get your business valued
  • Why having a Chartered Business Valuator advise you is important


Part 2: Approaches to Business Valuation

When: Thursday, June 6th at 12:00pm EST

Where: Teams Webinar

In this half-hour webinar, you will understand:

  • The ways your business could be valued
  • The level of complexity involved with the different valuation approaches
  • The key financial and operational drivers of value within your business

Keynote Speaker: Ian Lobo

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Ian Lobo’s academic training includes having majored in accounting and economics at Queen’s University (1999), completing his CA designation (2004), and then specializing in valuations (2007); Ian Lobo has over 20 years of work experience in financial, valuations and advisory services including litigation support, family law, fairness opinions, mergers and acquisitions, due diligence, quality of earnings services and valuations for financial reporting ranging in size of clients from large public corporations to small owner managed businesses. Clients choose to work with Ian for his capabilities and experience in identifying and understanding their requirements and providing solutions tailored to them. Clients value Ian’s ability to take complex accounting, corporate finance, and valuation concepts and explain their applicability to their specific circumstances. Clients, in turn, receive advice and valuation conclusions that are supported and can stand up to scrutiny from the CRA or in a court of law.

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