VALUATION BEST PRACTICES
- Appraisal Review and Management
Barbara A. Spoor, ASA
- The Top Twelve Mistakes Appraisers Make in Court Preparation
Roger Durkin, J.D., M.S., FASA
- Electrical Generating Plant Valuation
Michael J. Remsha, P.E., ASA, CMI
- Environmental Issues – Impacts on Industrial Property Value
Gregory W.Kort, P.E., ASA, CMI
- A Market Perspective: Identifying, Quantifying, and Applying Economic Obsolescence
Kevin S. Reilly, ASA
Chair of the Business Valuation Committee
- The Size Effect Continues To Be Relevant When Estimating the Cost of Capital
Roger J. Grabowski, FASA
- Damodaran’s Country Risk Premium–A Serious Critique
Lutz Kruschwitz, Andreas Loffler, and Gerwald Mandl
- Response to “Damodaran’s Country Risk Premium: A Serious Critique
Aswath Damodaran, Professor of Finance at the Stern School of Business at New York University
- The Rule of Law Overrules the Rule of Thumb
Robert P. Schweihs, ASA
With valuation gaining recognition as a profession all over the world, it becomes evident that valuation education and knowledge sharing is critical to delivering reliable and relevant valuations. Constantly changing markets and regulatory environment make it both necessary and difficult to remain current on valuation matters. This is why attending a professional valuation conference gives you’re a competitive edge providing a valuable opportunity to discuss the latest trends and developments in the profession, exchange views with fellow valuers of their experience, accepted valuation techniques, and reliable data sources.
Many national and international professional valuation organizations provide their members with guidance on valuation standards and methodology. For many years American Society of Appraisers remains a leader in fostering valuation best practices in business valuation and plant and machinery valuation. Our conference is very fortunate to have obtained permission from the ASA’s Business Valuation Review and the MTS Journal, to select and post on our web site certain articles published by them in the past.
We would like to thank Jeff Tarbel and Brad Hartsburg for kindly providing pdf copies of these very interesting and relevant professional publications. You will be able to meet some of the authors and the editors of both Business Valuation Review and The MTS Journal when you come to Auckland in September.
The publications cover a broad range of the topics relevant for business and plant and machinery valuers. You can download them for free by following the links provided in this section.
We also suggest that you visit the web sites of the Business Valuation Review and the MTS Journal to see their most recent editions.
Alexander Lopatnikov, Chairman ICVPME