This is a recorded program. The webinar will be sent to registrants on the morning of September 5.
This webinar is being presented by ValuePointe.biz. This program will consist of a business valuation primer for anyone working with business loans, especially SBA loans, such as commercial/business lenders on up to the executive officers. Understanding the business valuation process and the accompanying report can be a daunting task. However, this lively presentation will keep the audience engaged and will be full of important information. Specific topics include:
- When a Business Valuation is Required for an SBA Loan
- Other Purposes for Obtaining a Business Valuation; Estates, Trusts, Tax, Bankruptcy, etc…
- How to Select a Business Valuator – Business Valuation Expert Credentials
- SBA Requirements for Business Valuators
- Elements of a Business Valuation Report
- Overview of a Sample Valuation Report
This is a must-attend program for anyone in the financial industry who would like to learn more about the business valuation process.
Dwight Ensley – Certified Valuation Analyst & NC Licensed Attorney
Dwight Ensley has over 25 years of experience in buying, selling, and managing his own closely held small businesses, Dwight has an in-depth understanding of the operations and accounting of same. As a certified business valuation analyst, Dwight meets the Small Business Administration (SBA) SOP 50-10(5) requirements as a “qualified source.”
Dwight’s credentials include Juris Doctor, Masters of Business Administration, Bachelors of Business Administration, and Certified Valuation Analyst. He has served as an expert witness in business valuations for numerous court cases. His experience and knowledge have afforded him the opportunity to continually serve in a court-appointed capacity as a designated business valuator throughout NC. In addition to providing certified business valuation reports for clients, Dwight presents at CLE events throughout NC, SC, and VA, and has earned the distinction of being a Virginia Bar Association CLE Faculty and Author in 2016.
Dwight has authored several books including Closely Held Business Valuation Basics for Family Lawyers and When the Wrong Person gets the Money, The ERISA Federal Preemption Trap in Equitable Distribution. Organizations such as the American Bar Association Young Lawyers Division, the North Carolina Bar Association Family Law Section, and the State Bar of Georgia Family Law Section Newsletter have published his articles. Dwight also regularly updates his blog with current business valuation related posts viewed at ValuePointe.biz.