BV202 Introduction to Business Valuation - Income Approach
Includes Multiple Live Events. The next is on 05/21/2024 at 10:00 AM (EDT)
Tuesday, May 21, 2024 - Friday, May 24, 2024
10:00am-6:00pm Eastern Standard Time
Class registration will close on Friday, May 17, 2024.
- Access to virtual zoom sessions will be accessible via education dashboard (login required)
- Electronic student materials*
*All course materials included with your registration are PDF Download Only items made available to students prior to the start of the class and are not for resale or distribution. All downloadable materials are accessible via your education dashboard (login required). Once eMaterials have been posted for download, the class is no longer refundable.
- The Valuing a Business, 6th Edition Book is required for this class and can be purchased as an electronic pdf copy, or hard copy via the ASA Shop. If opting to order a hard copy, be sure to place order in advance to prevent shipping delays.
(All Times are Eastern US)
- Day 1 - Tuesday, May 21, 10:00am - 6:00pm
- Day 2 - Wednesday, May 22, 10:00am - 6:00pm
- Day 3 - Thursday, May 23, 10:00am - 6:00pm
- Day 4 - Friday, May 24, 10:00am - 1:00pm (Final Exam)*
*The final exam will be administered and proctored as shown on the schedule. Exams are no longer provided in a written format and students MUST have a personal laptop or computer device to complete the secure online exam. For any exam questions or technical/logistic concerns, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. More detailed information will be provided before class concludes.
Please note: Partial credit will not be awarded for this offering. Students must participate in all the live session(s) virtually or in-person to complete the course and receive full credit following successful completion of the final exam. The virtual session(s) will not be recorded and/or made available after class.
Continuing Education (CE) Credit
Class provides 28.8 ASA CE Instructional Hours and 3 Exam Hours
NASBA and Continuing Professional Education (CPE) Credit
Policies: ASA's Refund and Cancellation Policy and ASA's Complaint Resolution Policy. ASA is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have the final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website www.learningmarket.org
CPE Credit: Up to thirty (30) CPE credits
Program Level: Fundamental
NASBA Knowledge Type: Specialized Knowledge
Delivery Method: Virtual
Advanced Preparation: None
ASA-accredited members (AM, ASA, FASA) who would like to attend this class will receive a 50% discount. This discount will be automatically applied at checkout.
BV202 was designed to build upon the learning outcomes achieved in BV 201 by adding the income approach to the student's skill set/ toolbox. This course places heavy emphasis on the three key variables of a valuation (regardless of whether the valuation is concerning fair value for financial reporting, fair market value for litigation or tax-related valuations):
- Benefit Streams;
- Risks (i.e., discount rate); and
Students will be provided with the core concepts necessary for them to immediately apply the income approach without regard to the specific standard of value or purpose for the valuation.
Methods include lectures, discussions and individual/ group exercises and assignments.
BV202 is one of four Principles of Valuation (POV) courses required for those seeking a credential with ASA. In addition, this course is also of interest to accountants, attorneys, business brokers, investment bankers, Internal Revenue Service staff and the appraisal community at large who are involved or interested in the valuation of businesses.
Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:
- Assess the applicability of different Income Approach methods to a specific assignment;
- Define, explain, and assess the applicability of alternative benefit streams;
- Determine and make necessary normalization and control adjustments to financial statements;
- Evaluate management projections; perform independent financial projections if necessary;
- Differentiate and apply the capitalization of benefits and discounted future benefits methods of valuation under the income approach;
- Develop equity and invested capital discount rates;
- Apply and reconcile the results of the build-up and modified capital asset pricing models;
- Develop estimates of the risk free rate, the equity risk premium, beta, the industry risk premium, and the size premium from recognized sources;
- Identify and evaluate unsystematic risk (company specific risk);
- Summarize the derivation and use of data from Morningstar's Stocks, Bonds, Bills, and Inflation and the Duff & Phelps Risk Premium Report;
- Discuss controversies involved in key discount rate components, the equity risk premium and the company specific risk premium;
- Identify the principles behind an asset approach;
- Describe circumstances where the application of and reliance on the asset approach might be appropriate;
- List the hierarchy of assets and returns on those assets;
- Apply asset approach valuation methods;
- Explain the concepts behind the excess earnings model and their relevance to specific valuation assignments;
- Communicate the difference between the traditional excess earnings method and the multiple period excess earnings method related to valuing intangibles;
- Perfom an asset approach valuation using the net asset value with the excess earnings method; and
- Determine the level of value resulting from the use of each income method and each asset method.
All course materials included with you registration are PDF Download Only items made available to students prior to the start of the class and are not for resale or distribution. All downloadable materials are accessible via your education dashboard (login required). Once eMaterials have been posted for download, the class is no longer refundable.
eMaterials are provided electronically in PDF format and posted to the class within the education dashboard for all registrants to securely access prior to the start of class. Attendees should come to the class prepared with an electronic or printed copy of all eMaterials to use as a refence during class. PDF course materials are presented in color, are bookmarked, and comment enabled. When opting to print downloadable materials, it is recommended that settings be adjusted to print in black and white (or grayscale) and consider printing double-sided on recycled paper.
Certificate of Completion
Please allow 10 business days following successful completion of the course and final exam to receive a formal status notification and access to a certificate of completion. The certificate will be available to view and/or download via your education dashboard once all required components are completed.
Trey Stevens, MBA, ASA
Stevens & Greer, LC.
Trey Stevens is managing director at Stevens & Greer, LC. He has 30 years of experience in the valuation of business entities and business interests, the valuation of intangible assets and intellectual property, and the calculation of lost profits and commercial damages. Mr. Stevens is an active volunteer with numerous leadership positions, including most notably serving as a member of the ASA Business Valuation Discipline Committee and as the Chair of the ASA International Board of Examiners. Mr. Stevens is a frequent instructor and is the course developer for the ASA BV 202 Income Approach course
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