. Market-based share valuation, block of share valuation, valuation of securities
 
Market-based share valuation, block of share valuation, valuation of securities

Shares valuation, valuation of securities

Today's businesses are increasingly looking to integrate into the international economy. One of the most important and effective tools for attracting the necessary investment for this is the utilization of shares, bonds and other securities in stock markets and world exchanges. The valuation of shares and other securities are used to determine the market value of:
  • Equity securities
    • ordinary shares of a company
    • preferred shares of a company
  • Debt securities
    • bonds
    • bills
  • Derivative securities
    • options
    • futures
  • The securities issued by public financial institutions (stock exchanges or banks), companies and other organizations.

The main purpose of the placing shares on the market is to raise funds for: the implementation of new projects, debt restructuring and its documentation and the repayment of a deficit.

Investor shares are tools to generate income for the investor and are also used to plan the financial activity of a company. Additionally they act as an insurance against interest rates lowering.

The process of stock and securities valuation is influenced by their liquidity, quoted prices for similar securities, the supply and demand of their peers, their yields or estimated value of future earnings, the characteristics of the issuer (such as financial performance, industry affiliation, location), the overall reliability of the company and the possible risk of obligations non-fulfillment.

Areas of stock and security valuation

Swiss Appraisal offers the following:

  • Listed stocks valuation
  • Non-listed stocks valuation
  • Valuation of quoted and unquoted bills
  • Bonds valuation
  • Blocks of shares valuation
  • Issuer valuation

To find out more about stock and securities valuation, please send a request via the website.

Spheres of securities valuation

Swiss Appraisal employs both specialized and broad-industry experts, who have extensive experience in the valuation of shares in the following industries:

  • Banking sector
  • Chemical industry
  • Construction
  • Digital communications
  • Electric power industry
  • Financial services
  • Food and beverages (F&B)
  • Health care
  • Hotel business
  • Insurance
  • Investment funds
  • Investments
  • IT
  • Logistics
  • Media-companies
  • Oil and gas sector
  • Production sector
  • Retail
  • Service sectors
  • Start-up companies
  • Telecommunication sector
  • Tourism
  • Unit investment trusts
  • Wood-processing industry

What you will get in Swiss Appraisal's securities valuation report

  • Deep analysis of the enterprise's shares from the point of view of their structure and characteristics. In particular we determine their liquidity and the possibility of minority discounts or control premiums
  • Analysis of provided documents
  • Analysis of the company's past financial and economic activities (3-5 years)
  • Detailed analysis of long-term investments
  • A choice of adequate calculation methods and techniques
  • Justification of subject ratios

Swiss Appraisal's unique approach to shares valuation

  • Swiss Appraisal valuates shares and other securities using unique, international sources received from international investment banks
  • Swiss Appraisal calculates financial ratios by consulting the world's experts in financial analysis
  • Swiss Appraisal applies a unique model of valuation for majority / minority shareholders and calculates liquidity discounts and control premiums
  • Your choice of adequate multipliers
  • Your choice of suitable cash flows types
  • Swiss Appraisal uses all publicly available information on all comparable securities
  • Swiss Appraisal keeps an eye on all major international deals
  • The data processing and market analysis center prepares updated reports weekly

For more information about securities valuation, please contact our Swiss Appraisal regional office.