01480 309369 [email protected]

Providing Business Valuation Advice Since 1975

Benefit from our accumulated knowledge and broad experience

Providing Business Valuation Advice Since 1975

Benefit from our accumulated knowledge and broad experience

Business Valuation Specialists

Parmentier Arthur is a specialist in valuing businesses and shares in unquoted companies. We also value intellectual property such as patent rights and trademarks. Our experience covers most industries and all situations when a value has to be placed on a minority shareholding or a whole company or business. Have one of our consultants discuss your problem by completing the call back form below or explore this website to learn more about the full range of our services.

Parmentier Arthur Group business valuation

Contact us on 01480 309369 email [email protected] or complete the contact form below.

Contact us on 01480 309369
email [email protected]
or complete the contact form below.

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Need to settle a dispute over the value of a shareholding?

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How much is your company worth?

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Selling a minority shareholding. What is it worth?

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Incorporating your sole trader business? What is the goodwill worth and what value will HMRC accept for tax purposes?

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Making awards under a Management Incentive Plan?  What is the value of the MIP shares for tax purposes?

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LATEST NEWS

What HMRC means by “valuation”

When carrying out a valuation for tax purposes it must calculated on the correct basis and therefore it’s important to understand what HMRC means by the term valuation.

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Is “Fair Value” Always Fair?

Fair value provisions in articles of association A company’s Articles of Association often require shares to be valued “at fair value” variously by its auditor, an expert or someone recommended by the President of the...

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Goodwill To All Men? Part 2

HMRC and trade related properties Owners of trade-related properties (“TRPs”) face a particularly difficult task in persuading HMRC that there is any goodwill attaching to a TRP on incorporation (see previous Newsdesk...

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