Valuating corporate intellectual property

Reminder on some valuation resource books available from BVR  August 11, 2010 – 02:35 pm
Reminder on some valuation resource books available from BVR

The first is The Professional’s Guide to Fair Value: The Future of Financial Reporting by James Catty (a good BVR friend).  The price is $95, and Catty covers:

  • Sample financial statements from both U.S. and foreign companies
  • Recommended applicable techniques
  • Management checklists for those preparing and approving financial statements
  • Chapters on the market approach to fair value, the cost approach to fair value, valuing liabilities, and more!
  • The ins and outs of fair value financial disclosure

The second title is Venture Capital Valuation: Case Studies and Methodology by Lorenzo Carver.  The is book is also $95  Topics covered:

·         Why what you don’t know about valuation will cost you money

·         How VCs, angels, founders, and employees give up investment cash flow every day

·         Facebook at $80 billion valuation versus Enron at $80 billion valuation

·         Deal terms, waterfalls, and the pre-money myth

·         Whether venture-backed companies should even consider a discounted cash flow (DCF) model

·         Separating enterprise value from the allocation of that value

Source: BVWire News

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