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Why Sharing Diversity Data Publicly can be Good for Your Company

Publicly sharing diversity numbers—positive and negative—can be beneficial to companies because it shows a willingness to openly address diversity issues. Sharing the numbers also allows for a company to be held accountable for future progress in reaching diversity goals. To read the full article in CNN, click: Why Sharing Diversity Data Publicly can be Good for Your Company. ...

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Lower Valuations for Private Companies?

A recent survey of investment professionals in the CFA Institute reports investor concerns about the use of different accounting standards and rules for SMEs under IFRS and private companies under GAAP.  Karolina Grabowicz, a financial analyst with Mercer Capital, reports how the use of different standards adds complexity and costs to financial reporting.  Issues also arise over the loss of information due ...

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Using Fairness Opinions to Manage Risk in Middle-Market Transactions

Fairness Opinions Help Mitigate Conflicts of Interest, Establish Transaction Credibility, and Avoid Unfavorable Tax Issues Brian A. Sullivan and Andrew C. Smith discuss how you can leverage fairness opinions to mitigate conflict of interest, avoid unfavorable tax issues, and help secure acceptance of transactional decisions by minority shareholders. ...

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