ICAEW.com works better with JavaScript enabled.

Valuation Community news

The latest news and articles for Valuation Community members.

The Case of FW v FH [2019] EWHC 1338

This divorce case gives an insight into the ways in which deal-based entitles should be valued.

Michel and Michel [2019] EWHC 1378

Helmut Michel was born in Germany of Jewish parents; following the advice of a far-seeing uncle, Leopold Kahn, and furnished with a loan from him of £400, he escaped the horrors of the Shoah which were to overwhelm Germany’s Jewish community, by moving to the UK in 1931.

Riva Properties Limited and Foster and Partners [2017] EWHC 2574 (TCC)

The case of Riva Properties related to alleged failings by the world-renowned architects, Foster and Partners, in respect of a Five-Star hotel to be built close to Heathrow Airport by a relatively modestly sized property developer, Mr Dhanoa.

Re X and Y (Delay: Professional Conduct of Expert) - EWHC B9 [2019]

In this case the Judge was moved to set down in the public record his findings relating to a medical expert.

Winchester County Court

This case shines an unforgiving, clinical light on the complex duties of experts in court. For those of us engaged in contentious valuation it is an unflattering reminder of our duties and responsibilities, including the need for deep courtesy, one to another.

Dinglis Properties Limited - EWHC 1664 [2019]

Andreas Dinglis came to the UK from Cyprus; he was clearly someone with a strong entrepreneurial drive from his earliest years. In the UK he initially ran a clothing manufacturing business, but later moved into the development of bed and breakfast hotels.

Impact of Covid-19 on valuations and the valuation profession

As the world continues to grapple with the health and economic crises brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic, professional valuers are playing a key role in helping to stabilise, and bring confidence to business and financial markets.

IVS 500: Financial Instruments Exposure Draft published

How to ensure relevant and reliable valuations of financial instruments has long been an area of significant focus for investors, regulators and others.

Valuation of accountancy businesses

This shareholder dispute case related to accountancy businesses in South Devon.

Section 994 cases: Failing to pay dividends

Can it be unfairly prejudicial to one or more shareholders if a company does not pay dividends? This article looks at various court rulings in this area.

Showing 10 of 91 items