Principles of Valuation Course Series for Business Valuers

Hosted By Australian Chapter in Conjunction with IIBV

Classroom Block One:
IIBV101: May 2, 2014 - May 5, 2014
IIBV102: May 9, 2014 - May 12, 2014

Classroom Block Two:
IIBV103: Nov. 26, 2014 - Nov. 29, 2014
ASA204: Dec. 1, 2014 - Dec. 4, 2014

Classroom Block One:
$3,300 AUD (Includes $300 GST)

Classroom Block Two:
$3,300 AUD (Includes $300 GST)

Pitcher Partners Seminar Facilities
15 William Street
Melbourne, VIC, 3000 Australia

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Course Overview
Segments of this course include:

Classroom Block One:

  • IIBV 101 – Introduction To Business Valuations
    This segment assumes that the student has had no prior formal training in business valuation. While a general business background will help the student grasp concepts more quickly, it is not necessary to successfully complete the material. This course is an introductory course to core business valuation theory and practice that addresses professional, practice, and theory issues.

  • IIBV 102 - International Cost of Capital
    Enables students to master the fundamental theory and practice underlying
    the income approach to value. This basic body of valuation knowledge is
    common to all countries. After understanding the fundamentals of the income approach students should be capable of adapting the theory to the challenges and issues in specific markets and countries.

Classroom Block Two:

  • IIBV 103 - Business Valuation Case Studies
    A capstone course that applies the theories learned in IIBV101 and 102 to a set of three case studies involved in the international auto parts manufacturing industry (two minor cases and one major case study). The objective of IIBV 103 is to assist students develop their situational awareness of the when and why to apply their valuation knowledge. This segment also focuses on the principles and IFRS issues arising when valuing intangible assets. This course is open to anyone, although it is recommended that students have knowledge of financial reporting and at least two years of business valuation experience, including some exposure to appraisals of intangible assets.

  • ASA 204 – Advanced Topics
    The IIBV also offers the ASA 204 course as part of our program to assist professionals obtain the ASA BV designation. The course includes instruction in five timely advanced valuation topics is presented. Approximately one half of the course is in valuation adjustments, including discounts for lack of marketability and lack of control, as well as control premiums

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To register or for more information contact:

David Crick, ASA
President, ASA Australian Chapter
0411 861 186

Shane Miller, ASA
Treasurer, ASA Australian Chapter
0404 479 399

Please use this form if your chapter would like to have your event listed above: Chapter Education Request Form.