Understand Registered Valuer
A Registered Valuer service is crucial for determining the accurate value of an asset or property. It involves a thorough analysis of various factors such as market trends, location, condition, and other relevant data. The primary objective of this service is to provide a reliable estimate of an asset's worth, which is vital for making informed financial decisions. These valuations are used for financial reporting, insurance, taxation, and transactional purposes.
A team of experienced and knowledgeable professionals conducts this service, utilizing their expertise, data analysis, and market trends to deliver accurate valuations. Opting for a Registered Valuer service is a wise investment for businesses and individuals seeking to maximize their assets' potential.
MMA is a trusted provider of Registered Valuer services. We are proud to partner with a highly qualified team of professionals who hold various industry certifications. Our partner holds certifications as an FCA, Reg. Valuer (SFA), and MBFCC, demonstrating their expertise and proficiency in delivering Registered Valuer services. Clients can trust that they will receive accurate and reliable valuations from a team of certified professionals with extensive knowledge and experience in the industry.
Role of registered valuer with company act.
Registered Valuers play a crucial role in the Companies Act, which is a law that governs the formation, operation, and dissolution of companies in India. The Act mandates that certain transactions involving the transfer of assets or shares of a company must be valued by a Registered Valuer to ensure transparency and fairness. Here are some of the key roles and responsibilities of Registered Valuers under the Companies Act:
Valuation of Shares:
Registered Valuers are responsible for valuing shares of a company during mergers, acquisitions, or any other transaction involving the transfer of shares. The valuation helps to determine the fair value of the shares and ensures that the transaction is carried out at an appropriate price.
Valuation of Assets:
Registered Valuers are responsible for valuing the assets of a company, such as land, buildings, and machinery, during mergers, acquisitions, or any other transaction involving the transfer of assets. The valuation helps to determine the fair value of the assets and ensures that the transaction is carried out at an appropriate price.
Valuation of Intellectual Property:
Registered Valuers are responsible for valuing intellectual property such as patents, trademarks, and copyrights. The valuation helps to determine the fair value of the intellectual property and ensures that it is transferred at an appropriate price.
Compliance with Regulatory Requirements:
Registered Valuers are responsible for ensuring that their valuations comply with the regulatory requirements of the Companies Act. They must adhere to the guidelines prescribed by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs, Government of India, and other regulatory bodies.
Registered Valuers provide expert opinions on matters related to valuation and help companies make informed decisions. They play a key role in ensuring transparency and fairness in transactions involving the transfer of assets or shares of a company.
Why Trusting the Experts Registred Valuaer is the Smartest Move for Valuation
Credibility and Expertise:
Registered valuers have specialized knowledge and expertise in their field, which ensures that they provide accurate and reliable valuations. They have undergone rigorous training and certification processes, which make them more credible in the eyes of clients, stakeholders, and regulatory bodies.
Hiring a registered valuer can reduce the risk of errors and inaccuracies in valuations, which can lead to legal and financial consequences. Registered valuers have access to the latest valuation techniques and methodologies, which ensure that they provide accurate and reliable valuations.
Wide range of services:
Registered valuers provide a wide range of services, such as Equity Valuation, Intangible Valuation, Ind AS Valuation, FEMA Valuation, and M&A Valuation. This makes them a one-stop solution for clients who require valuations for various assets.
Registered valuers can provide expert opinions and advice in cases of dispute resolution, which can help resolve disputes quickly and efficiently
Registered valuers are required to comply with relevant laws and regulations, such as the Companies Act, of 2013, and the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, of 2016. They are also required to follow ethical standards and guidelines set by regulatory bodies such as the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) and the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India (IBBI). This ensures that the valuations provided by registered valuers are reliable and compliant with relevant laws and regulations.
In summary, choosing a registered valuer provides several advantages, including credibility, expertise, compliance, reduced risk, a wide range of services, and expert advice in dispute resolution. These advantages make registered valuers a preferred choice for clients who require accurate and reliable valuations.
Where Only a Registered Valuer Can Help:
- When a company issue shares for consideration other than cash, such as in exchange for assets or services, it is required to obtain a valuation of the consideration.
- Trigger - When filing a return of allotment for shares issued for consideration other than cash
- A share issue that is not related to rights and ESOP (employee stock ownership plans) typically involves the sale of shares to outside parties, such as investors or strategic partners.
- Trigger - Before pricing an issue of securities, such as shares or bonds
- When an unlisted entity issue shares to its employees or a trust to which the company is providing a loan for the purchase of shares.
- Trigger - Before the approval of any transaction involving the transfer of ownership or control of a company or its assets
- To determine whether bonds or debentures issued by a company are secured and, therefore, not considered a deposit
- Trigger - Before the issue of any bonds or debentures
- Filing of a compromise or arrangement among creditors or shareholders, as well as mergers and amalgamations.
- Trigger - Before filing the application for any financial transaction, and obtaining a comprehensive report from the Board to the members
- Valuation of assets during the winding-up of a company
- Trigger - Once the liquidator is appointed
Years of Experience
MMA is an experienced and reputable firm that provides Registered Valuer services to clients across various industries. Here are some reasons why you should choose MMA for Registered Valuer services:
Expertise and Experience:
MMA has a team of highly qualified and experienced Registered Valuers who possess the necessary skills and knowledge to perform valuations in compliance with applicable laws and regulations. MMA's Registered Valuer CA Rajul Maheshwari (FCA, Reg. Valuer (SFA), MBFCC) has completed rigorous training and possesses a deep understanding of valuation methodologies and techniques.
Professionalism and Integrity:
MMA upholds high standards of professionalism and integrity in all its engagements. MMA's Registered Valuers adhere to strict ethical guidelines and conduct themselves in a transparent and objective manner. MMA's Registered Valuers provide accurate and reliable valuations that are based on sound judgment and careful analysis.
Timely and Efficient Services:
MMA understands the importance of timely and efficient delivery of services. MMA's Registered Valuers work diligently to ensure that valuations are completed within agreed timelines, without compromising on the quality of work.
MMA has a team of Registered Valuers with expertise in various industries, including real estate, infrastructure, and financial services. This enables MMA to provide specialized and customized solutions that cater to the unique needs of its clients.
Comprehensive Range of Services:
MMA offers a comprehensive range of Registered Valuer services, including Equity Valuation, Intangible Valuation, Ind AS Valuation, FEMA Valuation, and M&A Valuation. MMA's Registered Valuers can provide solutions for a wide range of valuation needs, thereby providing clients with a one-stop-shop for their valuation requirements.
Overall, MMA's Registered Valuer services are distinguished by their expertise, professionalism, and commitment to client satisfaction. By choosing MMA, clients can be assured of receiving accurate, reliable, and timely valuations that meet their specific needs and requirements.
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- Team Velocity
- Deployment frequency
- Time spent vs. time planned (for iteracions or implementation of partic features)
- Time spent by a customer's employees fulfiling a vendor's requests
- Time of delays with requirements elicitation sessions on the customer’s side
- Overall customer satisfaction score
- The team's proactivity (problem-solving Skills, ability to give advice)
- The team's reliability (fulfilment of promises)
- The team's responsiveness (including availability)
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MMA Registered Valuer Service - Q&A
Q: What is a Registered Valuer?
A: A Registered Valuer is an individual or firm registered with the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India (IBBI) to provide valuation services for various purposes, such as financial reporting, taxation, mergers and acquisitions, litigation support, and more
Q: What are the qualifications required to become a Registered Valuer?
A: To become a Registered Valuer, an individual must hold a relevant degree or post-graduate diploma and pass the required valuation exams conducted by the IBBI.
Q: How long does a valuation take?
A: The time taken to complete a valuation depends on various factors, such as the type and complexity of the asset being valued, the availability of information, and the scope of work agreed upon with the client. We strive to provide timely and efficient services while maintaining the highest standards of quality.
Q: Can a company hire an unregistered valuer for valuation purposes?
A: No, as per the Companies Act, 2013, a company must appoint a registered valuer for valuation purposes. The company cannot engage the services of an unregistered valuer.
Q: Can a valuation report be challenged in court?
A: Yes, a valuation report can be challenged in court if the report is found to be inaccurate, biased, or unfair. Hence, it is important to engage the services of a registered valuer who provides a fair and accurate valuation report.
Q: Can a registered valuer provide valuation services for startups?
A: Yes, a registered valuer can provide valuation services for