Rural Companies Valuation

This solution allows producers to know the value of their company in the market.

Company Valuation applies to the following operations:

  • Ownership changes (purchase/sale/consolidation/spin-off/merger/liquidation/dissolution);
  • Capital market (going public/private, stock issuance/exchange);
  • New project analysis (investment, financing, fund raising);
  • Portfolio management; ;
  • Strategic planning;
  • Risk analysis and viability of investment opportunities, among others.
Valuation is a management tool that helps develop business strategies: financial, administrative, production, corporate, sales, as well as relationships with clients, suppliers, and partners.

The discounted cash flow method is conventionally used in economic valuations. However, for greater accuracy, the proper discount rate needs to be defined for the business under valuation.
We find the ideal discount rate applicable by thoroughly studying the capital structure used by the company and the market in which it operates.
Our analysis of different scenarios and variables, combined with macro and micro economics expertise, brings credibility to this solution meant to establish the value of rural companies.

Our solution makes it possible to identify your business' key aspects and plan value-generating actions, such as:

  • cost/expense cutbacks;
  • lower fund-raising costs;
  • tax incentives;
  • profits and receivables forecast;
  • higher profits.

Why Valuate?
  • Fiercer and fiercer competition in all markets makes it essential to deal with all important aspects for companies' business in a more professional manner;
  • Greater professionalism when dealing with a company's economic-financial information improves said company's access to lines of credit, ability to negotiate with suppliers, and appeal to investors;
  • ? Companies showing they are better equipped to deal with their economic-financial information take greater advantage of growth opportunities for their business.

  • Greater understanding of your official economic-financial information;
  • Allows top management to understand balance sheets and income statements so they may be used as indicators in the management process;
  • Improved interface and integration of accounting services with the company's top management;
  • Banks' improved perception of the care exercised by your company as you handle your economic-financial information;
  • Benefitting from professional external support provided by highly-trained, highly experienced professionals;
  • Excellent cost-benefit ratio. Adds content and knowledge for your company to handle your economic-financial information.

  • Fixed asset (real estate and chattel) appraisals;
  • Economic appraisals of intangible assets: companies, brands, assets;
  • Studies to establish fixed assets' life balance;
  • Economic viability studies;
  • Fixed asset count and reorganization;
  • Asset management;
  • Inventory count;;
  • Engineering consulting services.


Appraisal reports may have various purposes, such as:

  • Compliance with new accounting laws;
  • Company consolidation or spin-off;
  • Company purchase or sale;
  • Increased worth of a company's fixed assets and owners' equity;
  • Absorption of retained losses;
  • Setting asset lease and sale prices;
  • Business transactions;
  • Goods imported without foreign exchange coverage;
  • Actual depreciation and calculation of (physical) life balances of assets (different from book entries);
  • Bank guarantees;
  • Auctions;
  • Insurance;
  • Court Investigations (expropriation, lease renewal and review, tax enforcement, probate processes, asset partitions etc.).

In addition to market values, appraisal reports may contain much additional information:

  • Information for insurance purposes;
  • Appropriation of manufacturing costs;
  • Information for manufacturing plant expansion projects;
  • Consolidations, spin-offs, sales, capital increases.