Business Valuation Services

Khandhar Mehta and Shah | Business Valuation Services

Business Valuation Services

Our corporate valuation and business restructuring services are top-notch in the industry.

With changes in the business environment, businesses are required to make decisions on the next steps to survive and to become profitable in the industry. It’s mainly not about the next phase, but planning how to reach that phase, which is difficult amidst multiple operational activities. Business valuation and corporate restructuring are two such critical activities that require in-depth, insightful analysis and expertise from experienced consultants.

We, at KMS, make a collaborative effort between our experts and the in-house transactional specialists of the company to make it possible through an understanding of the business model and insights into the operational aspects of the business.

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Business valuation Services

Our proficient business valuation consultants provide valuation services to the client companies for their entire business valuation or asset valuation based on their vast experience and sound professional judgment. KMS professionals in business valuation combine benchmarking analysis with their profound sector knowledge to offer top-notch business valuation services. Our range of business valuation services includes:

Business restructuring services

Our team of expert corporate restructuring professionals facilitates business restructuring for the client companies as a measure to muddle through the disturbing business challenges. Our team handles the entire process starting from the study of the company’s current structure, financials, business environment, operations, and applicable regulations to the objectives from the restructuring initiative. Our gamut of organizational restructuring services includes:

Business reorganization to build focus on core assets and/or divest non-core assets

Simplification of the complicated multi-layered structure

Business restructuring to enter a tie-up or a joint venture with another company

Corporate restructuring for the achievement of a valuable association

Planning for a cross-border merger and/or acquisition

Restructuring to make the organizational structure conducive for raising funds​

Changes in the corporate structure to reduce the exposure of current taxation framework to any material reputational risks

Externalization for exploring foreign markets either for the geographical expansion or to raise funds or for other business opportunities

key features of kms

At KMS, we conduct a careful assessment of all the regulations, legislation, and rules applicable to the client company. It includes exchange control, income tax, indirect taxes, stamp duty, competition law, company law, accounting principles, and securities law to understand the organization better.
Our diligent and dedicated corporate restructuring professionals provide advisory and support services for the conceptualization of available options of restructuring, planning for the transaction, and effective implementation of the chosen option.
Our technically knowledgeable and trained business valuation advisors are well-equipped to cater to any complexities involved in a valuation transaction – be it the arrangement or the company to align with their objectives.
At KMS, we spend time and effort to understand the dynamics of your business and key value-generating factors, and based on a combination of our extensive experience and relevant valuation methodologies we value the subject or the transaction at hand.
We employ a team of committed professionals to be in constant communication with the client for obtaining deep insights on the organization, which, in turn, can help in better valuation and better restructuring framework and maximization of client’s ROI over a period.


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frequently asked questions(faqs)

Business valuation is defined as a process of determining the fair market value of any business.
There are three fundamental approaches used to value a business:

Asset approach: In this approach, the business is considered a set of assets and liabilities. There are two ways in this approach. The first one is going concern asset-based approach, in which the evaluator subtracts the total liabilities from total assets to get the business value. The second one is the liquidation asset-based approach, which determines the net cash amount that would remain if all the assets are sold, and liabilities are paid off.

Earning value approach: In this approach, the business value is nothing but its ability to produce wealth in the future. There are two ways in this approach. The first one is the capitalization valuation method, where past earnings are normalized to account for unusual revenue or expenses, which is then multiplied by a capitalization factor. The other is the discounted method, in which an average of predicted future earnings is divided by the capitalization factor.

Market value approach: In this approach, the evaluator looks for signs from the real market place to find out the worth of the business by comparing it with a similar company or transaction.

Corporate restructuring is the reorganization of a company’s ownership, operational, legal structure, or any other structures for better profitability or better suitability for the current industry environment and internal goals.
There are two types of corporate restructuring. The first one is financial restructuring, in which the company may change its equity pattern, equity holdings, debt-servicing schedule, and cross-holding pattern. The company takes this step for sustainability and profitability purposes, specifically in times of adverse economic conditions. The second one is organizational restructuring, in which the organization structure of the company is changed to cut down the cost or pay off the pending debt. The change happens in the form of a reduction in hierarchy level, employee downsizing, change in reporting relationships, or redesigning of the job positions.
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