Valuation Under Companies Act
Valuation under the Companies Act 2013 is a study of a company’s assets and liabilities regarding its financial position in comparison to similar companies. The examination includes the fair value of each asset in the balance sheet and the value of each liability in the income statement of the company.
There are some important rules and regulations under the Companies Act 2013 to obtain a valuation report. Under the Companies Act 2013, the valuation of property, stocks, shares, debentures, securities, goodwill, or any other company assets or net worth or liabilities is dealt with. The section aims for transparency and accountability in the business valuation process to protect the interests of shareholders and investors.