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Globalization Needs International Business Valuation Standards

Sir David Tweedie, IVSC Chairman, discusses the need for international business valuation standards in an ever-growing global market, and how these standards develop public confidence in valuations.

Strategic Partnership with BVR Will Unify & Build the Valuation Profession

David Foster, CEO Business Valuation Resources (BVR) connects with iiBV’s Michael Badham, Executive Director and Raymond Moran, Chair Marketing Committee, highlight the importance of providing high-quality, online BV courses, that are internationally-relevant and unify BV standards and practices across regions to build business valuation into a global profession, and protect public interest.

Nancy Czaplinski


Nancy is a Managing Director, in the Valuation Advisory Practice of Duff & Phelps LLC. Nancy’s experience includes valuations of businesses, intangible asset and various liabilities, for both private and public companies in numerous industries and for various purposes including tax and financial reporting. She has testimonial experience including US Tax Court, Federal District Court and the Court of Chancery with the State of Delaware, among others.

Nancy is currently a member-at-large of the Business Valuation Committee of the American Society of Appraisers (ASA) and a member of the Business Valuation Resource Panel of The Appraisal Foundation. She is active in a number of workstreams and panels related to the CEIV credential.

Nancy holds a Certified Public Accountant license (CPA), is an Accredited Business Valuer (ABV) and a Chartered Global Management Accountant (CGMA) with the AICPA, is an Accredited Senior Appraiser with the ASA and holds a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation with the CFA Institute.

Danijela Ilic is the founder and President of the National Association of Valuers of Serbia (NAVS), a member of the Ministry of Finance Valuer Licensing Working Group, a TEGoVA Board Member since 2014 and member of the European Valuation Practice and Methodology Board.

She is also the General Manager and Founder of Operational Center of Asset Valuers, and has been involved in the real estate market since 1998. Danijela earned certification of court experts in civil engineering in 1998 and MRICS (Member Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors) designation in June 2008, and in April 2011 she has become fellow RICS.

She has provided appraisals, appraisal reviews and consulting services on numerous types of real estate including shopping centres and retail properties, office buildings, hotels, restaurants, residential subdivisions, vacant lots, industrial facilities and special purpose facilities.


These courses have been developed for the international market by a committee of senior global business valuators and educators and comprise the iiBV’s Principles of Valuation offerings.

  • Introduction to Business Valuation

    One-day introductory course designed to provide an initial overview of business valuations to non-practitioners. Course Details

  • Principles of Business Valuations

    Introduction to the areas of analysis that are necessary to a comprehensive business valuation Course Details

  • Income Approach and the International Cost of Capital

    Brings together the concepts and tools of iiBV 101 with the new material of the income approach and the international cost of capital. Course Details

  • Business Valuation Comprehensive Case Study

    Students work through an actual case study that follows all of the steps of a valuation engagement, from initial contact through the calculations and conclusion of value. Course Details

ASA 204 is offered to enable professionals to obtain the ASA BV designation. iiBV 105 is an advanced course for practitioners seeking CPD.

  • Valuation of Intangible Assets

    Focuses on the principles and IFRS issues arising when valuing intangible assets. Course Details

  • Advanced Topics in Business Valuation

    Facilitates the completion of the ASA’s BV designation. Instruction covers five timely advanced valuation topics. Approximately one half of the course is in valuation adjustments, including discounts for lack of marketability and lack of control, as well as control premiums. Course Details