Worldwide, business valuation is one of the most challenging areas affecting fair value accounting and decision-making.
MIA’s inaugural Business Valuation Forum 2019 will cover the following matters deemed most relevant to practitioners and valuers.
Nick Talbot of the International Valuation Standards Council (IVSC) will share the key developments affecting the valuation sector in their efforts to support efficient capital allocation.
- MIA’ S BEST PRACTICE GUIDE AND SKILLS SET FOR BUSINESS VALUATION IN MALAYSIA
Dato’ Wong Wing Seong, Chairman of the MIA Valuation Committee will explain the Best Practice Guide issued by MIA for the reference of professionals practising business valuation in Malaysia. The Skills Set meanwhile is an aspirational benchmark for MIA members in performing business valuation in Malaysia. Both guides were developed based on the requirement for consistent, uniform and transparent valuation procedures by competent professionals and to further harmonise diverse valuation practices in Malaysia.
- VALUATION ISSUES FACING VALUATION PROFESSIONALS
Valuation professionals grapple with numerous issues, the most prominent of which are the different and questionable valuation techniques, the use of technology to support valuation and the lack of expertise to cover different areas of valuation. The forum concludes with a panel discussion on practical ways and best practices to address these issues, especially within the Malaysian context. Moderated by Simon Tay, Executive Director, Professional Practices & Technical, MIA, the panel will feature Nick Talbot of the IVSC; Jay Moorthy, Partner, PricewaterhouseCoopers Capital Sdn Bhd; Su Ngee Kerk, Senior Executive Director, Ernst & Young and Azizan Abd Aziz, Chief Financial Officer, Bank Islam Malaysia Berhad.
The Business Valuation Forum 2019 will be held on 10 December 2019 (Tuesday) at the Connexion Conference & Event Centre @Nexus, Bangsar South, Kuala Lumpur. For more information, visit www.mia.org.my or contact Marti/Lynn at [email protected].