BVR Update: Hot Topics at the 2022 VSCPA Forensic and Valuation Conference

By Keiter CPAs

BVR Update: Hot Topics at the 2022 VSCPA Forensic and Valuation Conference

VFS Team Leaders Present on Guideline Transaction Method Topics

The December 2022 issue of Business Valuation Update provides a summary of the timely topics forensic and valuation specialists discussed at this year’s VSCPA Forensic and Valuation Conference.

Harold Martin, Keiter Valuation and Forensic Services Partner, chaired this year’s conference. The first day of the conference featured Harold along with other leaders in the profession sharing their insights on recruitment, surviving a cross-examination, and more.

The Keiter Valuation and Forensic Services (VFS) team, Asif Charania, partner, Harold Martin, Jr., partner, and Greg Saunders, senior manager, led the second day of the conference with a discussion on the guideline transaction method.


“The speakers gave a great overview of the market approach, transaction considerations, the importance of understanding transaction terms, and the availability of relevant financial information.”

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