A Purchase Price Allocation (PPA): What does it mean?
After an acquisition, the purchase price of the acquired company must be allocated to the various acquired assets and liabilities. In technical terms, this is also referred to as a “Purchase Price Allocation” or “PPA”. Companies that are subject to audit must perform this process under the Richtlijnen voor Jaarverslaggeving (RJ) and under the international guidelines (IFRS) after each acquisition. The valuation of tangible assets can often be substantiated fairly well, but the valuation of intangible fixed assets in particular is a real specialism. Our valuation specialists are happy to support you in conducting a PPA. Our valuation specialists use various models and methods for the valuation of, for example, customer relationships, brand names and patents. All these methods have specific characteristics and principles.
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Purchase Price Allocation: our specialism
Match Plan conducts PPA’s on behalf of various (listed) companies. We also support accountancy firms in the performance or assessment of PPA’s. Match Plan has the necessary in-house expertise for conducting a Purchase Price Allocation because of drs. Richard Peeters RV MBV. Richard made the switch to Match Plan in early 2019, after being Senior Manager at EY. As a Registered Valuator, he has a broad experience in complex valuation cases and is also a specialist in valuations for financial reporting purposes. We are characterized by working quickly and by being flexible, we are completely independent and have attractive rates.
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