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Certified Valuation Analyst®—Determine, Defend, and Maximize Company Value™
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In March of 2019, I announced a new subtitle for our CVA, or tagline (or maxim), intended to sum up for the business community what a CVA is qualified to do. That is:
Determine—Which is performing a business valuation.
Defend—Which is what CVA’s have to do when their value determination is for litigation or tax purposes, as they often are.
Maximize Company Value—Which is what our CVAs should be doing for their business clients, a service which has lasting significance, and a service for which our CVAs should aspire to.
Maximizing company value goes to the heart of what business valuation, in my mind, is really about. That is, using your knowledge of the drivers of company value to help guide businesses to their greatest value potential. (I have been saying this since 1992.) Shouldn’t this be what business consulting is all about?  It is where the true fun begins, and it is where your greatest earning potential lies.

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