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Valuation of Intangible Assets: A case analysis of TCS Ltd.

 Valuation of Intangible Assets: A case analysis of TCS Ltd.
CPE Credit

Program Type: Recorded Webinar (Audio, PPT)
Program Level: Advanced
Prerequisites: Good knowledge of topic and experience in the field.
Advanced Preparation: Knowledge of taxation and law would be desirable.
Delivery Method: Group Internet-Based
CPE Credits: Two (2) Hours
Fields of Study: Accounting; Finance
Item Number: 16PBV1110
Shipping Weight: 0lbs. 0oz.
Price: $110.00
Program Description

Valuation of companies and intangible assets is one of the important aspects of informed reporting and for decision making among various stakeholders of an enterprise. The case analysis on TCS limited will empirically and analytically focus on various methods and methodological aspects of valuation of company in general, and intangible assets in particular. The case will also deal with implications towards corporate law, federal law, and value maximization. Most interestingly, the case analysis will be on various intangible assets of TCS Ltd., with a distinction on how a reported value of intangible assets is much less than the intrinsic or fair market value of intangible assets at TCS. Analysis will also define methodologically various financial matrixes for different intangibles, with scientific calculations, empirical evidences, practices in the field, court judgments and recast the normalized financial statement.

Learning Objectives

After completing this webinar, attendees will be able to:

- Identify and classify un-accounted intangible assets
- Formulate the appropriate matrices for valuation of intangible assets
- Calculate and measure the value of such intangibles
- Evaluate the impact of such valuation on decisions of corporate and that of other stakeholders
- Differentiate the legal, financial and market implications of such value
- Recognize the significance of value of unaccounted intangible assets and that of value of company
- Revise the financial statement for informed reporting

Who Should Attend

CPAs, CEOs, valuation consultants, practitioners, advisers, and executives in any financial discipline involved in strategic planning

Dwarapal Sudagad (D.N.S. Kumar), CMA, CVA, CV, MAFF
Dr. Kumar is a management and financial consultant in the areas of valuation of businesses, assets, equity, intangiblea assets, debt, valuation of businesses for mergers & acquisitions, internal control, economic value addition (EVA), market value addition (MVA), enterprise risk management (ERM), management control systems, decision support systems, financial project planning and contro, and transfer pricing.

Dr. Kumar has also performed business valuations for both litigation and non-litigation purposes, including gift and estate taxes, transactions such as shareholder buyout, financing transactions, shareholder disputes, divorce, and creditors claim.

An active practitioner, engaged in investigation of companies accountings practices, forensic accounting of projects, economic damages, lost profits, embezzlement of cash, misappropriation of assets, white collar crimes, and so on. His expertise is well sought on bankruptcy, reorganization, consolidation, and liquidation.

Dr. Kumar has authored five books, two monographs, and published sixty one research papers in national and international journals and has software to his credit ‘FINSOFT’. He has also trained large groups of executives from different sectors of business and industry.

Dr. Kumar is a Certified Management Accountant(CMA) of Institute of Management Accountants, USA ; Certified Valuator and Analyst(CVA) of National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts (NACVA),USA ; Certified Valuator (CV) of Indian Institution of Valuator (IIV); and Master Analyst in Financial Forensics (MAFF),USA.