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One of the key issues in any transaction, whether it is the acquisition or sale of a company, is the matter of fair value of the subject of the transaction. On the one hand, there is the buyer's effort to set the maximum price at which the company is willing to buy, and on the other hand, the seller's effort to determine what is the minimum acceptable price. Moreover, valuation can also be used in other situations, such as, e.g., transactions between related parties, squeeze-out of minority shareholders, some forms of company transformation or when mandated by the law.

Within the indicative valuation, we take an individual approach so that all aspects, which affect the subjective perception of value by the client, are taken into account, including consideration of synergies or assessment of the impact of alternative investments. The valuation method is selected in line with the valuation practice while maintaining the purpose of the valuation and taking into account the needs of the client and the specifics of the subject of valuation. The output of the valuation may take the form of an expert opinion or an expert report.