Self-Study Course Details
Business valuation is a fascinating practice area for corporate finance professionals and public accountants alike. Whether you are seeking to perform annual impairment testing or advise your clients on the value of their business, this course will provide a framework for you to better understand the profession and primary approaches to valuation. Liz Briggson, CPA, will introduce key concepts related to business valuation and walk through the three primary approaches to value a business.
- Recognize current trends and approaches to further step into an advisory role for your clients.
- Identify the applications for business valuation and history of the standards.
- Discover the primary approaches to business valuation.
- Identify what to look for when working with a valuation professional.
Liz Briggson joined the Encoursa team in 2017, bringing a unique mix of accounting, finance, and sales experience. A self-described lifelong learner, Liz is passionate about education and helping people reach their potential.
Liz's corporate finance experience includes progressive finance roles with Kellogg Company, Amway, and Open Systems Technologies. At Amway, Liz was responsible for management reporting for Amway’s portfolio companies and financial planning & analysis for Amway’s finance and executive divisions. Prior to that, Liz served clients in the utilities, insurance, and manufacturing industries in the assurance practice at PricewaterhouseCoopers.
Today, in addition to being a member of Encoursa, Liz continues to practice as a licensed CPA, providing valuation and financial advisory services as part of the Adamy Valuation team.
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