There are several situations in which people disagree about how much the whole or part of a business is worth.
FRP has dealt with many of them – disputes between shareholders, joint-venture partners, divorcing couples and more. We’ve covered a range of cases – small and large, straightforward and complex – and they’ve given us direct, hands-on experience of many different situations.
In particular, we have experience of unfair prejudice claims, when minority shareholders believe they’ve not been treated fairly by the majority, and valuing businesses which have been the subject of government expropriation.
We can fill a range of functions and roles, becoming involved at any stage whether as an independent expert, adviser or expert determiner. And we can draw on additional resources from our colleagues in the FRP corporate finance team.
If your dispute crosses borders, we can still help – and if local country expertise or a presence on the ground is needed, we can tap into the Eight International network.
Our advice creates value. Whatever opportunities and challenges lay ahead, our independence and objectivity build solutions and get results.
At FRP, we give clients a clear, honest picture of their business’s value and follow it up with strategic advice on how best to reach objectives.
Whatever the reason you need a valuation, our experts will give you an objective picture grounded in expert analysis and facts.