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Patel and Hamilton were instrumental in the development of the distributor method and the Appraisal Foundation's valuation advisory on the valuation of customer related assets.
NEW YORK, NY, May 05, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- PJ Patel, co-CEO and senior managing director, and Ed Hamilton, senior vice president, of Valuation Research Corporation (VRC), a leading provider of independent valuations, will present the upcoming webinar, Using the Distributor Method to Value Customer Relationships, sponsored by Business Valuation Resources (BVR).
Historically, customer relationships were largely valued using the multi-period excess earnings method (MPEEEM) which, in certain instances, resulted in value conclusions that were counterintuitive. To help address these situations, the distributor method was developed as an alternative approach that enables appraisers to use market based inputs to value certain types of customer relationships. Valuation specialists PJ Patel and Ed Hamilton explore the strengths and weaknesses of customer relationship valuation methodologies and how the distributor method can be used to value certain types of customer relationships. Patel and Hamilton were instrumental in the development of the distributor method and the Appraisal Foundation's valuation advisory on the valuation of customer related assets.
The webinar, part of a series on Fair Value Measurement sponsored by BVR, is available for continuing education credit. To register for the webinar, click here: http://www.bvresources.com/TrainingEvent.asp?WebinarID=359.
VRC furnishes expert and independent opinions of value for solvency, fairness, business enterprises, intangible assets, capital stock, equity interests, real estate, and fixed assets. VRC has provided valuations and value-related services worldwide since 1975. VRC has locations in Boston, Chicago, Cincinnati, Milwaukee, New York, Pittsburgh, Princeton, San Francisco, and Tampa; as well as international affiliates in Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, Luxembourg, Mexico, Spain, and the United Kingdom.
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