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IVSC Valuation Webinar Series 2022, sponsored by Kroll

15 June 2022

The IVSC Valuation Webinar Series, sponsored by Kroll, returns from 2–27 June 2022 with a programme of thought-provoking panel discussions.

The International Valuation Standards Council (IVSC) Valuation Webinar Series, sponsored by Kroll, returns June 2–27, 2022, with five thought-provoking panel discussions. Join participants from around the world and hear from leading international experts on topics including the global economic outlook, the impact of inflation on valuation and cost of capital, ESG, Intangibles, and the growing influence of digital assets in the investment world.

The speakers include Alistair Darling, IVSC Chair and Former UK Chancellor of the Exchequer; Megan Greene, Kroll Chief Economist and Financial Times columnist; Ranjit Singh, IMF Global Markets Chief and former International Organization of Securities Commissions (IOSCO) Deputy Chair; Jeremy Stuber, Corporate Reporting Users’ Forum (CRUF) Chair; Olwyn Alexander, PwC Global Asset and Wealth Management Leader; Kiran Swinglehurst, CPP Investments Managing Director, Liquidity Risk; Dominique Carouge, former Sanofi CFO; and Bradford Cornell, University of California (UCLA) Emeritus Professor of Finance.

Programme

The Global Outlook 2022

Against a backdrop of significant economic and market uncertainty, our panel of international experts from valuation, finance, economics, monetary policy and politics will look at the latest data and trends and offer their thoughts on the global macroeconomic outlook.

Panellists

Megan Greene

United States

Global Chief Economist, Kroll. Financial Times columnist.

Jesper Koll

Japan

Leading Japan economist. Former Chief Economist, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Japan.

Alistair Darling

United Kingdom

IVSC Chair. Former UK Chancellor of the Exchequer.

Kiran Swinglehurst

Canada

Managing Director, Liquidity Risk, CPP Investments.

Ranjit Singh

United States

Chief, Global Markets, IMF. Former Deputy Chair, IOSCO.

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Analysing Intangible Assets

Intangible assets are increasingly seen to be driving enterprise value creation across sectors and industries. Challenges and deficiencies in the public reporting frameworks underpinning these intangibles are well-rehearsed. However, at the boardroom level, these assets are evaluated either in the form of a valuation or by analysing the output of the expensing. This webinar will explore the approach companies take to understand and evaluate intangibles and how they analyse the return on the cash outflows towards intangibles.

Panellists

Henk Oosterhout

Netherlands

Managing Director, Valuation Advisory, Kroll

Jeremy Stuber

United Kingdom

Global Equity Research Analyst, Newton Investment Management. Chair, Corporate Reporting Users Forum (CRUF).

kevin Prall

United States

Managing Director, EY. IVSC Business Valuation Technical Director.

Ralf Schmeitz

Netherlands

SVP Group Controller at Royal DSM NV

Dominique Carouge

France

Former Deputy CFO, Sanofi. Former CFO, Hoechst Marion Roussel, Australia.

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Valuation of Digital Assets

Digital assets including non-fungible tokens (NFTs) and currency tokens have proliferated in recent years. At the same time, new technologies, exchanges and digital ledgers are making these assets more accessible to investors and other entities. But how do we approach these from a valuation perspective? Our expert panel will discuss this growing asset class and consider the implications for valuers and valuations.

Panellists

David Larsen

United States

Managing Director, Alternative Asset Advisory, Kroll

Olwyn Alexander

Ireland

Global Asset and Wealth Management Leader, PwC

John Ward

United States

Managing Director, Kroll

Rommel Johnson

United Kingdom

Joint Leader, EY Financial Services Valuation, Modeling & Economics (VME), London

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Valuation, Inflation & Cost of Capital

Inflation has recently reached multi-decade highs in several countries and regions. Inflationary pressures are not limited to emerging markets, and many developed economies are struggling to keep inflation under control.

In this context, how is the current inflation environment impacting valuations and cost of capital assumptions? Do we need to reconsider long-term growth assumptions in the terminal year of discounted cash flow (DCF)-based valuations? What lessons can we draw from previous business cycles, and how might things be different this time around considering Russia’s war on Ukraine? What other adjustments need to be made to the valuation, and how relevant are these adjustments in hyperinflationary economies?

Panellists

Carla Nunes

United States

Managing Director, Office of Professional Practice (OPP), Kroll

Bradford Cornell

United States

Emeritus Professor of Finance, UCLA

Alexandre Pierantoni

Brazil

Managing Director and Head of Brazil Corporate Finance, Kroll

Patrick El Kozah

United Kingdom

IAS 20 expert, International Standards Group, KPMG

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The Evolution of ESG in Valuation

Environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues have catapulted up the corporate agenda in recent years, driven in part by the Covid-19 pandemic and company considerations around sustainability, diversity, human capital, corporate purpose and governance. Today, ESG is a key area of focus for a range of stakeholders, particularly in the boardroom. In the background, a catalogue of best practices, disclosure requirements and ESG ratings are under development, all of which seek to improve standardisation around the reporting of ESG. A critical element in the continued evolution of the ESG agenda is the ability to accurately, consistently and quantitatively measure the value of its components. The IVSC is leading efforts to reflect these needs within the International Valuation Standards (IVS). In a recent survey, the IVSC explored the extent to which ESG has become integrated in the valuation process for valuers, businesses as users of valuations, and for investors. This webinar looks over the finding of that survey and considers the future role of valuation in unlocking the potential of ESG strategies.

Panellists

Ben Elder

United Kingdom

Global Head of Valuation, RICS

Richard Stewart

Australia

Partner, PwC & IVSC Business Valuation Board

Rahul Shukla

United States

Managing Director, Alternative Asset Advisory, Kroll

Becky Gaughan

United Kingdom

Head of Quality and Risk Management - Europe, CBRE

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There are more than 170 member organisations
of the IVSC, operating in 137 countries worldwide. Join them.

Become part of a global network working to enhance valuation standards and professionalism.

There are more than 180 member organisations
of the IVSC, operating in 137 countries worldwide. Join them.

Become part of a global network working to enhance valuation standards and professionalism.