The use of fair value accounting for financial reporting is increasingly common, and the standard of fair market value for tax reporting is a long-standing requirement. The standards are continuing to evolve and become more complex, and value measurements are attracting greater scrutiny than ever before. We help you to remain compliant and to anticipate and manage risk associated with value measurements.
Our valuation leaders have served on the industry’s standard-setting committees and have led some of the largest valuation practices in the United States. We build integrity and accuracy into fair value and fair market value estimates while developing and implementing controls that reduce your reporting risks. We help you correctly report fair / fair market values for business combinations, share-based compensation reporting, portfolio NAV reporting, impairment testing and measurement, fresh-start accounting, related-party transactions and many other purposes.
A track record of success.
We are supported by a technical accounting team and the largest independent tax practice outside of the global accounting firms, to monitor accounting pronouncements, tax regulations and assist with interpretation of rules, standards and regulations. We have successfully completed multinational, multi-billion-dollar financial reporting assignments involving U.S. GAAP, IFRS and other accounting standards, as well as the most complex domestic and international tax valuations for reorganizations, restructurings, carve-outs and spinoffs.
Specific services include:
- Purchase price allocations
- Equity interests as compensation
- Goodwill and other asset impairments
- Complex Financial Instruments
- Debt and interest expense apportionment
- Cost segregation and FIRPTA
- Golden parachute exclusions – non-compete agreements
- NOL and COD limitations and built-in gains
- Intellectual Property
- Gift and estate tax