We offer trustable services to those companies that need to know its value or the value of a particular asset. We produce our reports with an independent criterion support on controllable procedures, with real closeness to the national and international assessment regulations.


Tangible Asset Valuation


Asset ValuationOur assessment team has a wide experience on measuring the assets included in a property, plant and equipment, through the most common applicable methods.

We normally measure the following tangible assets:

  • Commercial Properties
  • Lands
  • Industrial plants
  • Lands
  • Rural properties
  • Equipment and machinery
  • Transportation and load vehicles
  • Office, communication and computing equipment
  • Medical and lab equipment
  • Tools
  • Furniture
  • Work of art


Intangible Asset Valuation


We apply the most modern assessment methods attending the applicable accounting and tax rules.

We often measure the following intangible assets:

  • Non competition covenants
  • Contractual rights
  • Copyrights
  • Franchise
  • Work force
  • Goodwill
  • Research
  • Know-how
  • Licenses
  • Client's lists
  • Brand or trade name
  • Patents
  • Relations with clients
  • Relations with supplierss
  • Software
  • Technologies
  • Concession titles


Business or companies valuation


Business or companies valuation

The companies valuation needs appraisers for the identification of the valuation mechanism for the best adjustment to those problematic. We have this experience.

The valuation of a business can be a complex and controversial issue. A deep understanding of the market, the company and the regulations and legal environment is needed.

Any transaction, implying the buying and selling of participation or combination of companies or assets, requires a detailed analysis of the variables that determine the price.



Exchange assets assessments


We can help you know the updated value of your stock, to determine the assets recoverable value, measure the capital assets and obtain correct information for the insurance.
We often make assessments of the following exchange assets:

  • Surplus
  • Materials
  • Raw materials
  • Finished products
  • Spare parts


Insurance value


We offer exact information about the insurance assets, avoiding the assets sub or over assessment that could be a risk for the insurance company.
Our experience allows us to recommend the assets to be inspected and the proper assessment. This is perfect for the cases where properties and assets are distributed in different geographies.


Appraisal Reviews


We offer examinations of the third party valuations

Our examinations can speak of:

  • Suitability and relevance of the examined data and information sources.
  • Accuracy of the applied methods and techniques
  • If the theory, analysis, opinions and conclusions are suitable and reasonable.


Fairness Opinion


Fairness opinion is an opinion about the fairness of the possible financial conditions of a corporative transaction, as an acquisition, fusion or sale of a part or the total of a business for the shareholders of the accordingly entity.

These reports are often requested by the managers or other entity fiduciary, with the aim of showing that they are acting according the interests of all the shareholders.

In some countries, it is required by law or regulation for certain type of transaction.

To provide a reasonableness report of a transaction, from a financial perspective an assessment analysis or appraisal is generally needed.
These assessments are developed according to the International valuation standards (IVS) and other statements of the IVSC, for example, the Code of ethics for professional appraisers or the orientation on valuation methods foreseen in the technical information documents.


Purchase accounting - Purchase Price Allocation


The term "Purchase Price Allocation" (PPA) is a concept with an asset valuation component.
Any company acquiring the control of another company (through a purchase or generally in the context of a business combination) must assign the paid Price between the different assets and liabilities identified of the acquired company, in such a way that the difference between the paid Price and the reasonable value of these assets and liabilities will be the goodwill.

That is to say, a PPA consists of assigning the Price of a transaction between the reasonable value of the different groups of acquired assets, to reflect the financial statements of the purchaser company, distinguishing between tangible and intangible assets, liabilities and goodwill.

The PPA process often entails the valuation of tangible and intangible assets in the consolidated financial statements of the purchaser company.


Transfer pricing


The Transfer Pricing is part of the globalization and affects large corporations as well as small enterprises with international bounds.
We offer:

  • A functional, economic and financial analysis development.
  • Companies searches and comparable contracts.
  • Previous studies for enterprises begging operations with associates