Published on 19 May 05
by NATIONAL EVENTS, TAXATION INSTITUTE OF AUSTRALIA
This presentation covers:
- the initial consolidation valuation
- risk based approaches for valuation support
- internal or external valuations or both?
- issues of fact, judgement and interpretation.
- if it goes wrong:
- valuations and litigation
- briefing expert witnesses
- balancing expert witnesses' duties and client interests
- detailed evidence, approaches and alternate values
- experts' conferences, joint reports and 'hot tubs'.
Jim has a broad based commercial practice with particular experience in the fields of personal and corporate insolvency, land valuation, compensation for the compulsory acquisition of land and financial loss and claims involving disputed valuation questions, valuers' negligence and breach of duty. Since the early 1990s he has appeared in most major land valuation cases in Victoria involving the assessment of value for taxing and land acquisition purposes and issues relating to properties seeking exemption from land tax. Current at 19 August 2005
John is a Partner in the Transaction Advisory Services division of Ernst & Young's Melbourne office and a Director of Ernst & Young Transaction Advisory Services Ltd. John leads Ernst & Young's Australian valuations practice and is a member of Ernst & Young's Global Valuations Steering Committee. John specialises in the valuation of businesses and companies and of intangible and intellectual property assets.
Current at 29 March 2005
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