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The use of calibration in valuations


Calibration is increasingly important in valuation methodologies, and is useful in many ways. It takes uncertainty out of the picture, benchmarks a company at date of acquisition and provides benchmarks going forward, and assures investors that a private equity firm is looking at the true, fair value and specific market participants. Richard Brekka of Second Alpha Partners, Max Wolff of Manhattan Venture Partners and Kevin Vannucci of RSM explain the concept of calibration and its growing importance in private equity valuations.


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