Valuation services and valuation opinions are a crucial component for the growth and development of private companies. Euro Credit has partnered with experienced valuation advisors that have served those companies and their boards of directors, special committees, fiduciaries, investment funds, and financial sponsors in multiple capacities. Those advisors combine their transactional experience with their sophisticated knowledge and expertise in private company operations to apply different valuation methodologies and to arrive at the most consistent and reliable valuation results.

Those valuation services and opinions then supplement the internal processes of accounting firms and underwriters that generate fairness opinions and other reports on pending private equity transactions. The independent valuation consultants in our network provide senior-level attention and in-depth industry sector expertise. Clients directly benefit from their transaction experience in the M&A and debt financing markets. Euro Credit limits its affiliations to third-party advisors that have a demonstrated ability to generate thoughtful and well-supported valuations and opinions that comply with the applicable reporting standards and that can withstand the harshest third-party scrutiny.

Among other valuation reports, those advisors provide “Fair Value” financial reporting (ASC 820 / FAS 157), tax or corporate valuations, assessments of management stock compensation plans, analysis of capital structures and strategic alternatives, transaction opinions, and valuations for related party or ESOP transactions.

Euro Credit is a direct provider of certain specific services. Euro Credit reserves the right to refer inquiries for some services to third parties that are licensed or registered to provide those services where licensing or registration may be required by the laws of the applicable jurisdictions in which those services are offered. Euro Credit provides its services fully in accordance with applicable laws, rules, and regulations of all jurisdictions in which it conducts business or otherwise engages in transactions with contracting counterparts, either directly to the extent that an obligation, exemption, or exclusion for licensure applies, or otherwise through third-party licensees.