The iiBV is pleased to announce that Taqeem (The Saudi Authority for Accredited Valuers) will be offering iiBV 100 and 101 courses taught by Jeffrey Tarbell in Cairo, Dubai, and Riyadh in October 2016. Taqeem refers to these courses as BV 200 and BV 201. They are accredited by the ASA. Mr. Tarbell has been involved with the iiBV since 2012 and has taught in a number of cities globally as an iiBV Instructor.
The Cairo and Dubai courses will be open to the public. If you are interested in taking any of these iiBV courses, please contact Taqeem directly at email@example.com to register.
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BV 200 – October 2, 2016
BV 201 – October 3-5, 2016
BV 200 – October 9, 2016
BV 201– October 10-12, 2016
BV 200 is a new 1-day course with no exam. It is an “Introduction to BV” curriculum. This course will expose the students to the challenges of business valuations. The outline is as follows:
- Introduction to the profession
- Ethics and professionalism
- Basic concepts of business valuation
- Functional skills (financial literacy, communication and information analysis)
BV 201 is an introduction to the principles of business valuation. The purpose of this course is to introduce the novice valuation practitioner to an overview of the areas of analysis that are common to a comprehensive business valuation. The two overriding course concepts involve the evaluation of growth and risk. Qualitative risk is considered in company analysis and industry and macroeconomic analysis as well as financial ratio analysis. Quantitative risk is considered in the evaluation of financial risk and leverage. Subject company growth is assessed as part of the forecasting exercises as well as in the selection of market multiples in the market approach to value.
Two of the three approaches to valuation are covered in this course: the market approach and the asset approach. The third valuation approach, the income approach to value, is covered separately in iiBV 102 (BV 202). iiBV 101 (BV 201) assumes that the student has had prior training or business experience in business valuation and has some level of financial literacy. This course introduces students to core business valuation theory and practice that addresses professional, practice, and theory issues. Topics covered in this three-day course include:
- Valuation Practice
- Fundamental Valuation Principles
- Valuation Standards
- Qualitative Environmental Analysis
- Quantitative Financial Analysis
- Income Approach to Value
- Asset Approach to Value
- Market Approach to Value
- Ethical Standards and Codes of Conduct