Business valuation

Do you want to assess your company’s worth?

We can offer business valuation services – whatever your position.

Get ready to experience the right blend of financial analysis and professional judgment.

Starting from £1,500.00 + VAT

business valuation

Business valuation is complicated.

It’s driven by many factors like industry niche, the company’s development stage, and the source of invested capital.

Combine that information with the current tax laws and available valuation models, and the process can get complex rather quickly.

That’s why we’ve put together a team of expert company valuation advisors with extensive technical accounting, tax, and corporate finance experience.

We tailor the scope of our service based on your requirements and provide you a comprehensive critique of your assets, earnings, and cash flow to give you a reasonable valuation.

Let’s assess your company’s worth today!

What you get with 3E’S business valuation services

Our clients love us for our brilliant services.

Is 3E'S the right choice
for your business?

We could throw a long list of reasons at you for working with us. But we’ll stick with a few:

Our streamlined valuation process saves you time, allowing you to focus on other business priorities.

Receive a detailed and accurate valuation of your business, aiding in investment decisions and strategic planning.

Our experts ensure that your business valuation reflects true market and financial realities.

Access top-tier business valuation services at a fair price.

Focus on future strategies with precise valuations that inform your business decisions.

Frequently asked questions

Business valuations are typically performed by professional valuers, accountants like us, or financial analysts who have specialised training and experience in assessing the value of businesses. These professionals often hold certifications such as Chartered Business Valuator (CBV), Certified Valuation Analyst (CVA), or are part of accounting firms with expertise in business valuation.

The duration of the business valuation process can vary depending on the complexity and size of the business, the availability of required documents, and the purpose of the valuation. Generally, the process can take anywhere from a few weeks to several months.

A straightforward valuation might take about 2-4 weeks, while more complex valuations, involving in-depth analysis and multiple valuation methods, could take longer.

To perform a comprehensive business valuation, the following documents are typically required:

  • Financial statements for the past 3-5 years (income statements, balance sheets, and cash flow statements)
  • Details of any outstanding legal issues or contingent liabilities
  • Details of any intellectual property, patents, or trademarks
  • Information on ownership structure and equity interests
  • Information on key employees and management
  • Detailed list of assets and liabilities
  • Company business plan and projections
  • List of customers and major contracts
  • Market and industry analysis reports

The frequency of business valuations depends on various factors, including the needs and objectives of the business. Common situations where a valuation might be needed include:

  • Preparing for a sale, merger, or acquisition
  • Attracting investors or securing financing
  • Succession planning and ownership transitions
  • Strategic planning and performance measurement
  • Disputes or litigation, such as divorce or partnership disputes


As a best practice, businesses should consider having a formal valuation conducted every 2-3 years, or more frequently if there are significant changes in the business or market conditions.

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