A Transaction Valuation & Deal Structuring Software
BVX® is a new dimension in objective valuation.
The Most Advanced Tool for Interactive Valuations
A single input screen to test various scenarios and develop insight into improving shareholder value.
Requires inputs from the following categories:
Quick overview of the deal structure and the multiple - including the financing.
Useful for simple transactions with no bank debt, to complex deals involving mezzanine financing, balloon note, deferred payments, and over advance loans.
Revolver, Term Loan, Over Advance Loan, Loan with Deferred Principal, Balloon Loan, and Mezzanine financing with principal amortization and deferred principal payments.
Non-compete and Consulting payments.
Independent Real Estate financials and ROI analysis.
BVX® provides two tools in one program.
As a valuation tool it provides BVX® Best Value.
As a deal structure tool it interactively provides financial performance of the business and Buyer’s ROI (Return On Investment).
Elevate your Practice
M&A Advisors & Business Brokers
Develop ideal buyer profile
Manage buyer/seller expectations
Analyze LOI & deal structures
Work with lenders
Avoid deal crashes
Recover cratered deals
Appraisers, Valuators & Accountants
Sanity check of a full report valuation
Cash Value vs. Leveraged Valuation
Buy-side advisory work: structure and what-if analysis
Reinforce FMV analysis with justification of purchase
Asset vs. Stock purchase valuation
C Corp vs. S Corp valuation
Exit Planners & Consultants
Determine trade-offs between growth, profitability, and working capital
Determine impact of gains in productivity and well-managed CapX
Quantify benefits of quality financials
Quantify benefits of consistent profits
Explain the impact of growth
Insights from BVX®
Impact of Growth
Growth can reduce value if business needs high working capital
Impact of Growth
Change in value is not hyperbolic but linear, due to debt service
Impact of CapEx
Value reduces as CapX increases
Impact on ROE
Lower ROE translates to higher value, higher Equity needed, lower D/E ratio
Asset vs. Stock Purchase
It is entirely possible to have a lower value for a Stock purchase, compared to an Asset purchase
S Corp. vs. C Corp.
Generally, C Corp buyer pays a lower multiple