Does Impartiality Matter in a Business Valuation?

Aug 13, 2021

Yes, impartiality is extremely important. In fact, our work is always equitable, fair, and undertaken without bias which is a major reason why our valuations are highly defensible.

Our work is USPAP compliant. The Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP) are promulgated by the Appraisal Standards Board of the Appraisal Foundation which is authorized by Congress.

The Appraisal Foundation, a private, non-profit educational organization and the nation’s foremost authority on the valuation profession, states that an appraiser must perform assignments with impartiality, objectivity, and independence, and without accommodation of personal interests.

In order to promote and preserve the public trust, our appraisal practice observes the highest standards of professional ethics, including an unwavering commitment to impartiality.

When selecting a business appraiser, it is essential to do so with great care as issues affecting valuation can be complex and confusing. Read more…

Louis Pereira has completed the most intensive training in the country and earned the highest designations available in the field of business valuations. There are fewer than 200 Certified Business Appraisers in the country, and Lou Pereira is one of them. In New England, he is one of only a dozen having earned the rigorous designation of Certified Business Appraiser. Read more…

Merrimack Business Appraisers is here to help. As soon as you think you might need a business valuation, contact us so we can discuss your goals and timing.