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May 12-15 | Bethesda, MD
ASA is recognized throughout the world for excellence in appraisal education. Our knowledgeable instructors have met superior academic standards and have proven track records and real-world practice. Whether a novice practitioner or a seasoned appraiser, ASA's training will increase your expertise and your profession. Register today for one of our May course offerings and receive up to 27 CPE credits.
BV301 focuses on key principles and real world applications for the valuation of intangible assets. Given the importance of intangible asset valuation in a financial reporting context, this three day course includes specific references to relevant accounting guidance including audit requirements for fair value matters.
The objective of this course is to explore in depth the ideas introduced in ME201 and provide students with a better understanding of the types of value commonly used in the appraisal of machinery and equipment. ME202 will address issues of price vs value, use of and development of indexes, fair market value in use and much more!
BV202 Introduction to Business Valuation -
The basic theory and application of the income approach and its various methodologies is presented. Basic capitalization models and discounting models are shown in the context of earnings and cash flow measurements, as well as equity and invested capital assignments.
This is a capstone course which applies the theory learned in BV201 and 202 in an actual valuation case study. The subject company is analyzed in a group format. Lecture is only used to present each section of the case study.
Participants will learn key concepts in appraisal review and management, understand the differences between meaningful critiques and caustic attacks and learn review and management communication skills and much more!
This option is exclusively available to students who have previously completed the BV301 course and want to complete the exam. Students will be allowed to attend Saturday afternoon's review which will begin at 3:30 p.m. and the exam will be given on Sunday morning at 8:30 a.m.