Panelists: Increased Complexity Remains Barrier for Valuations Transparency


While it is essential to understand the model, methodology and market inputs that have been used in a valuations process, clarity around the assumptions used is also critical to achieve the transparency required in what has become an increasingly complex space, according to panelists at The European Financial Information Summit in London in September.

Speakers said understanding the assumptions used is important, as even a slight change in an assumption can have a major impact on the final price

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