What is the importance of having technical and professional standards in business valuation? Adam Smith, Technical Director of Business Valuation Standards at IVSC discusses these standards in the final part of this interview series.To view Parts 1 & 2 of the Adam Smith interview series, please click here!
STAY TUNED for the interview with David Foster, CEO of Business Valuation Resources, where he discusses providing the business valuation professionals with global education and content.
These courses have been developed for the international market by a committee of senior global business valuators and educators and comprise the iiBV’s Principles of Valuation offerings.
ASA 204 is offered to enable professionals to obtain the ASA BV designation. iiBV 105 is an advanced course for practitioners seeking CPD.
Edwina is a partner at Deloitte’s Hong Kong’s Valuation Advisory Services office, specializing in business and intangible asset valuations and corporate reorganization for both public and privately held entities involving mergers and acquisitions, strategic planning, financial statement reporting including purchase price allocation under HKFRS/IFRS and US GAAP, tax reorganization, and litigation support.
Prior to her specialization in business valuations, Edwina focused on tax and estate planning for small medium enterprises and provided services in personal, corporate and trust tax, and tax planning in Toronto. Edwina currently serves on the APEC/IVSC Taskforce focused on improving valuation practices in the APEC region. She is a Chartered Professional Accountant/ Chartered Accountant (Chartered Professional Accountants Canada), a Chartered Business Valuator (Canadian Institute of Chartered Business Valuators) an Accredited Senior Appraiser in Business Valuation (American Society of Appraisers).