In 2014, A New Logo to Accompany the Growth of IAG’s Valuation Services Practice!

IAG Forensics & Valuation

IAG Forensics & Valuation2014 has brought much change to IAG Forensics & Valuation.  With the addition of Dan Branch and Lisa Gorge, IAG’s Valuation Services practice has grown in both people and service offerings.  Adding to IAG’s business valuation experience in marital dissolution and business litigation, Dan and Lisa expand IAG’s valuation services in the areas of financial reporting, transaction support, exit planning, and tax requirements.  As such, IAG has adjusted its logo to better reflect its newly expanded service offerings and over 35 years of combined business valuation experience.

Beginning in 2014, the firm’s logo is now “IAG Forensics & Valuation”.  The change may seem small, but we’re excited about the big possibilities.

IAG can now assist you or your clients’ with all of their valuation needs related to:

  • Valuations of privately held entities for tax planning (IRC §409A) or stock options offerings (ASC 718)
  • Allocation of purchased intangible assets (typically called a purchase price allocation analysis) under ASC 805
  • Tests of impairment for goodwill or other intangible assets under ASC 350
  • Litigation support for matters involving marital or corporate divorce/dissolution, lost profits, business damages, shareholder disputes, or dissenting shareholder actions

Our new services and expanded team will allow IAG to increase its capabilities and service offerings to our existing clients as well as allow us to cater to the growing need for valuation services in the Metro Atlanta and southeastern region.  We look forward to showing you how our expanded business valuation practice can assist you with your complex valuation needs.  Contact Dan Branch [hyperlink for email] (770-635-1582) or Marty Varon dan@iagforensics.com (770-635-1569) to discuss any of these services further.  How can we help?

Social Sharing

Share this content with your friends and colleagues

IAG Forensics

Leave a Comment