Thursday, May 19, 2011

Tangible Assets

In Q2 2011, the GoIndustry DoveBid Valuations Team appraised the value of tangible assets for accounting purposes at over 1,100 various public buildings throughout the United Kingdom, primarily back office and front-of-house facilities.

Using a sampling methodology, the GoIndustry DoveBid team of seven valuation specialists visited 81 locations over a five week period. Over 130,000 individual items were inspected, categorised and graded according to condition.

Data provided by the Company was compared with our findings to benchmark it’s accuracy and a range of data points for each site were analysed to identify patterns of asset utility, lifecycle and economic life, current cost and future value, according to the data available,  with the unvisited sites being categorised accordingly.

Following a final review of the assets and the appropriate accounting standard, FRS15, we used the most appropriate methodology for arriving at the Value of the Plant & Equipment to the Business of the asset portfolio. We reported an overall value in excess of £60m.

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Monday, May 9, 2011

A Middle Eastern Production

GoIndustry DoveBid were commissioned to produce a valuation of a major Middle East based production studio and television channel on the basis of Fair Market Value – Installed to enable to the client to assess an offer to purchase the company assets.

The facility included multiple television studios, offices, outside broadcast and satellite vehicles.  The assets were all current technology and from tier 1 manufacturers, and included cameras & lenses; lighting; video & audio editing and post production; graphics; ingest and playout; routing, switching and distribution; transmission; archiving; outside broadcast.

Although there is a ready market in the Middle East, there is limited evidence of sales of similar facilities on the open market - the cost approach was therefore used to value the facility, with adjustments for changes in the costs of the assets and removal of any costs irrelevant to the value (e.g. training, expired software licenses and support contracts).

The valuation was completed on time and to the satisfaction of the client – we were also able to complete additional work requested by the client at short notice in order to facilitate the sales process.

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Friday, May 6, 2011

Global Semiconductor.

The GoIndustry DoveBid valuation team recently produced a review of the global Semiconductor market for a major European bank.  The review contained the following sections:

-       Introduction 
-       Technology
o   Recent History and Outlook
o   Future Technology
o   Impact on Equipment Pricing
-       New Equipment Market
o   Current Market and Recent History
o   Equipment Purchasing & Global Trends
o   Market Outlook
-       Production Tools
o   Process
o   Equipment Types
o   Major Manufacturers
-       Used Equipment Market
o   Current Market and Recent History
o   Used Equipment Buyers
o   Routes to Market
o   Used Equipment Types & Pricing
o   Market Outlook
-       Summary

Topics covered in the report include wafer size (200mm, 300mm and 450mm or 8”, 12” and 18”) and process nodes (90nm to 11nm), geographic coverage and development, existing and new wafer fabs, tool costing and future technological developments.

This comprehensive report totals 6,500 words (excluding terms and appendices), for further details or to purchase a copy of the report please contact Matt Earl matt.earl@go-dove.com or Neil Smith neil.smith@go-dove.com.

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