BVTC Course 1: Fundamentals, Techniques and Theory




 BVTC Course 1: Fundamentals, Techniques and Theory
The cornerstone of NACVA® training, Fundamentals, Technique and Theory (FT&T) is a rigorous self-study course on business valuation that provides the basis and framework for subsequent courses. FT&T offers insights into every facet of valuation theory, taking you from the fundamentals of the valuation process through the advanced techniques in current use.
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A key component of the FT&T course is its extensive coverage of two of the most difficult and challenging aspects of the valuation discipline-capitalization and discount rates, and lack of marketability and minority interest discounts. This intensive coverage in the course is excellent training for valuators of all levels of experience. You will gain a full comprehension of the complexities surrounding capitalization/discount rates, understand the issues related to empirical evidence (the existence of, or lack of, in determining the rate), and you will understand the strengths and weaknesses of the various approaches. Discounts and Premiums are one of the valuator's great challenges. You need to build a case (a defense) for the rate used. To do this you need to understand the entire playing field: know where rates come from, what the judicial precedents are, and how to apply them when minority interest and marketability are both factors.


This self-study course includes a CPE exam which may be completed and returned, along with a $85 fee, to earn 12 QAS CPE credits (1 credit-Accounting, 1 credit-Management, 9 credits-Specialized Knowledge and Applications, 1 credit-Taxation). NACVA's four-course Business Valuation and Certification Training Self-Study program meets QAS requirements.


The Consultants’ Training Institute™ (CTI™) is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a Quality Assurance Service (QAS) sponsor of continuing professional education. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding QAS program sponsors may be submitted to NASBA through its website: www.learningmarket.org.

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