Purchase Price Allocation

Also known as “Assets and Liabilities Valuation”, Purchase Price Allocation  is a process of allocating fair values on significant assets and liabilities in an entity either following with a merger or acquisition.

The purpose of the valuation is to comply with the International Reporting Standard (IRS), which requires both the buyer and seller to use the same allocation and document it as part of the sales contract.

Apart from compliance obligation, it will also enhance the transparency of the activity process and hence smoothen the process of merger and acquisition.

With the analytical skills that our team possess, merging or acquisitioning can be much more simplified. Furthermore, our valuations are recognised by various professional players across the industry, such as bankers, lawyers and auditors.