Post-close buyout valuation needs input from tax, legal teams

01/11/2013 | Metropolitan Corporate Counsel, The

Acquisition valuation, which often occurs post-close, is typically without input from the tax-planning or legal team that vetted the company during due diligence. "The result can be the memorialization into the valuation work of facts and assumptions whose impact is not known by those responsible for reviewing the draft analysis," the author writes. By involving those active in due diligence, valuation should be more accurate.

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