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Update: Current Topics in Business Valuation Seminar

Current Topics in Business Valuation Seminar, 2011

The American Society of Appraisers, New York City Chapter 30 will host the Nineteenth Annual Current Topics in Business Valuation – 2011 Seminar on Monday, May 2, 2011 at the midtown Manhattan offices of PricewaterhouseCoopers at 300 Madison Avenue, 24th Floor, New York, New York 10017. Scott Nammacher, ASA and Bill Johnston, ASA will co-chair again this year.

This year’s team of presenters is better than ever!

  • Z. Christopher Mercer, Mercer Capital
    Understanding Buy/Sell Agreements and Quantifying the Impacts of Their Terms
  • Ben Couch, Financial Accounting Standards Board
    A First Look at New Fair Value Guidance from the FASB and Other Current Fair Value Topics
  • William Pittock and Anthony Aaron, Ernst and Young
    Life Science Valuation Do’s and Don’ts, in a Changing IPR&D Environment
  • PricewaterhouseCoopers Speaker to be determined
    Applying Option Pricing to the Valuation of Contingent Consideration
  • Kevin Kane, Empire Valuation Consultants
    Valuing Sports Franchises

Registration is  $275 per person if paid by April 22, and $325 thereafter or at the door. No refunds after April 25. Ask about Group discounts. Registrants will receive a binder of speaker outlines and educational materials and a free copy of Chris Mercer's book Buy Sell Agreements for Closely Held and Family Business Owners. To pay online with your major credit card or PayPal go to the ASA NYC Members Page, otherwise please make checks payable to "NYC Chapter of ASA" and send to Ms. Bell.

RSVP: Ms. Annie Bell, Empire Valuation Consultants, Inc., 350 5th Ave Ste 5513, New York, NY 10118. Telephone (212-714-0122); Fax (212-714-0124).

The seminar, which qualifies for 7.5 hours ASA and CPE credit, will cover the how-to aspects of unusual engagements and advanced aspects of evolving areas within the field. It will be ideal for business appraisers and others at all levels.

The seminar brochure with more program details and a registration form will be available shortly.

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