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The Impact of Adverse Regulatory Action on Valuation




 The Impact of Adverse Regulatory Action on Valuation
CPE Credit

Program Type: VideoCast (Audio,Video, PPT Presentation)
Program Level: Overview
Prerequisites: Learning activity level that provides a general review of a subject area from a broad perspective
Advanced Preparation: None
Delivery Method: Group Internet-Based
CPE Credits: Two (2) Hour
Fields of Study: 1 Economics, 1 Finance
Item Number: 17PBVCHI0609B
Shipping Weight: 0lbs. 0oz.
Price: $110.00
The authority of governmental enforcement agencies is growing, along with the move towards "transparency" requiring public disclosure of, and easy access to, adverse administrative actions. This webinar will discuss the nature of the regulatory environment, the effect on the valuation of a business, and the effect of such an action in valuing damages. Examples will be given from real–world cases. A public announcement by the FDA, for example, can severely damage the prospects of the subject food or pharmaceutical company. There will be discussion of effective research techniques to establish the facts and to find effective means of communicating the impact.

Learning Objectives


After completing this webinar, attendees will be able to:

- Create awareness of the publicly available information on adverse administrative actions against businesses
- Utilize research tools to uncover such information
- Recognize the impact of publicity on the valuation of a business
- Describe the effect of adverse information on the calculation of lost income damages

Who Should Attend

Financial experts involved in the areas of valuation, damages, litigation consulting, and forensic accounting

Presenter(s)
Chris Hamilton
Mr. Chris Hamilton is a Certified Public Accountant, Certified Fraud Examiner, and a Certified Valuation Analyst. Most of his professional time is spent in the areas of business valuation, forensic accounting, and litigation related engagements. He has served as an expert in civil, criminal, probate, and family court matters.

Mr. Hamilton has presented courses at national conferences, training institutes, and seminars around the country. He is regularly asked by civic and business groups to speak on a variety of topics related to his experience and expertise. He is a past recipient of NACVA’s Circle of Light Award for teaching excellence.

Mr. Hamilton has published valuation related articles in several publications including The Forensic Examiner, Los Angeles Lawyer, The Value Examiner, Valuation Strategies, and the Journal of Forensic Accounting. He has authored and co-authored several courses for NACVA. Mr. Hamilton is also a co-author of Financial Valuation—Application and Models