|Certified Valuation Analyst|
What Is The CVA?
CVA or Certified Valuation Analyst is the 1st international certification in business valuation that is certified by the IACVA, the International Association of Consultants, Valuators and Analysts in Seattle, USA , which is the first and only international association established to provide worldwide support to professionals who perform business valuations and valuations of intangible property of all kinds. IACVA trains and certifies CVAs to perform business valuations as a service to both the consulting community and the users of their services. Through training and rigorous testing, CVAs demonstrate they are qualified to provide capable and professionally executed valuation services.
About The Training Provider
The Institute for Financial Analysts –IFA, Lebanon is a firm specialized in training courses for professional designations, and seminars for business decision makers. IFA offers preparatory courses for Certified Valuation Analyst (CVA®) in Lebanon, Kuwait, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Bahrain, Jordon and, now in Egypt, in association with Developers for Training and Consultancy.
What Will You Learn?
1- Constructing and analyzing economic/normalized financial statements,
2- Selecting proper income,
3- Performing ratio analysis,
4- Performing a comparative analysis,
5- Estimating future earnings,
7- Allocating components of value,
8- Selecting and applying the proper valuation method,
9- How and when to consider marketability and minority discounts,
10- Preparing a business valuation report.
This Course Is Especially Designed For
Financial Advisors, Bankers, Investment Banking, Investment Managers, Strategic Investors, Securities Analysts, Financial Managers and Internal Auditors.
The Main Components Of This Course Are:
1- Coverage of one of the most challenging aspects of the valuation process which is the development of capitalization and discount rates in a global environment. This part of the course will show you how to avoid common pitfalls in determining these rates.
2- Valuation of intangible assets that became a significant component of business value.
3- A case study in which all valuation concepts will be applied. The coverage of the case study will prepare the candidates to the part of the examination whereby, and after having passed the CVA exam, they are required to submit a case study report.