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Valuation trends in private equity

Three-part video series

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Valuation is both an art and a science—and private equity general partners who fudge the math could be history. The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is looking hard at valuations, as are limited partners, and general partners who are tainted with any implication of fraud or misdirection might soon be looking for new careers. This is why valuation policies must be robust and transparent. Important valuation strategies to consider:

  • Understand calibration; it is increasingly important in valuation methodologies
  • Focus on fundamentals
  • Beware of conflicts of interests in early-stage valuations

Learn more about valuation trends as leading professionals share their insights in a three-part video series produced by Privcap in partnership with RSM.

 

How detailed should your valuation policy be?

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How detailed should your valuation policy be?

Learn about the various approaches to forming and following valuation policies in private equity.

  • Kevin Vannucci
The use of calibration in valuations

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The use of calibration in valuations

Learn about the concept of calibration and its growing importance in private equity valuations.

  • Kevin Vannucci
Valuations and the unicorn phenomenon

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Valuations and the unicorn phenomenon

Learn about the impact of the unicorn phenomenon on private equity valuations.

  • Christopher LaDue

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