Enterprise Valuation

From M&A (buy-side and sell-side), to founder disputes and everything in between, executives often have to have a clear understanding of the value that their enterprise has created.

The old "Good / Cheap / fast - Pick two" saying breaks down at Preferred Return. They can do all three. SUSAN M. THOMAS / VP FINANCE
  • Missing the trees for the forest

    Looking at a company for its individual assets may vastly undervalue the enterprise by missing key value drivers that are derived from the cohesiveness of the assets and opportunities working together. To find the true value of an enterprise, you need to study it holistically.
  • Multiples

    Revenue multiples and earning multiples are reported after a transaction as evidence, not during. First, you need to understand what creates value for the enterprise and what the risks are.
  • Industry knowledge

    Out experts have worked with over 2,400 companies and understand the intricacies of various industries and stage of companies. Understanding what part of your venture generates value is essential.