✈ November 29, 2017, Avicor Aviation Inc.
Over the past few weeks, we have discussed several factors that can add or reduce risk to the value of your aviation business. Specifically to date we have taken a look at:
But there are many other areas in the business that should be considered as well.
Without going into a great deal of detail, here is a list of other factors that a valuator may consider or a potential buyer may look at when assessing your business that can add risk to or detract risk from your company.
These are just a few more key areas that could play a role in the value of the business, but each of these deserves a closer look and its respective impact should be weighed.
Each of these potential areas of risk can either add risk or reduce it. For example if we take a look at your fixed assets:
Fixed assets are quite tangible and it can be relatively straightforward to assess how they might affect value, but some of these items have a more subjective effect. One such example is corporate culture:
There is much more that could be explored in regards to corporate culture and how it can affect the value of your business. In fact, each of the areas listed above should be observed and assessed as to what risk they present to the company. The added benefit is that by mitigating risk the value of your business grows, but it can also provide a road map for development and overall improvements to your aviation business.
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