Bank valuation, market-based bank valuation service
The income that the bank will bring to the owners, determines the valuation of both the bank and the business. When doing valuations of banks, there are a lot of peculiarities needed to be taken into consideration, for example, a small proportion of property in the bank's assets, the specific accounting of credit institutions, the low share of equity in total assets and the amount of intangible assets.
What you will get in Swiss Appraisal's bank valuation report?
Detailed market analyses both in local and international contexts
World, regional and local market outlooks
Analyses of the bank's past financial and economic activities and forecast
Calculations for the forecast period's duration and the bank's growth rate
Detailed risk analysis
Calculations for discount rates
Forecasted and post-forecasted cash flow valuations
Your choice of adequate methods of calculation
Justification of subject ratios
Swiss Appraisal's unique approach to banks valuation
Swiss Appraisal uses sources of information provided by recognized leaders in the world's financial markets. The activities of Swiss Appraisal rely on both its own experience and the experience and knowledge of the financial world's experts
Swiss Appraisal's project implementation begins with a deep analysis of the industry and calculating the main performance indicators of related participant companies. Therefore, by the time Swiss Appraisal starts preparing its reports, it already has all the necessary information about the market and insight into the value of its major players
Utilization of a cash flow forecast modeling system
Swiss Appraisal uses all publicly available information on all comparable banks
Swiss Appraisal keeps an eye on all large international deals. The data processing and market analysis center prepares updates weekly
For more information on bank valuation, we ask you to contact the Swiss Appraisal regional office.