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The 10th edition of our biennial Valuation Methodology Survey app is live, and this year the PwC Valuation Methodology Survey includes exciting and relevant new additions!
Our survey continues to focus on the technical inputs required to perform valuations, providing valuable insights as we continue to contribute to the collective data available to valuation practitioners in Africa.
To assist the users of our app with emerging conversations given the ever evolving landscape, the 10th edition now includes insights into how valuation practitioners in Africa account for the following hot topics:
Along with the additional topics now included, the 10th edition includes technical inputs required to perform valuations in both West and East Africa.
We look forward to your feedback and suggestions, which we’ll use to shape future editions of the survey.
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The survey focuses on the technical inputs required to perform valuations, and contributes to the collective data available to support valuation practitioners in Africa.
Africa Deals Leader, PwC South Africa
Valuation & Business Modelling Partner, PwC South Africa
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