Whether it is time to assess the value of trust assets for the purposes of distributions, bring a trust to an end, to sell a company or shares in it or to enforce security, the complex question of what assets are worth and how to value them is an aspect of so many situations that those in the financial services industry can face all too often. The legal scenarios that questions of value arise are wide and varied and the practice and approach to the valuation exercise is one that requires significant expertise and experience.
Seeing this ever-growing area as one of importance to professional service providers in the Channel Islands, Walkers and Duff & Phelps warmly invite you to their joint seminar where we will aim to answer the often complicated questions that arise concerning valuation. We will look at matters from the perspective of what the law may require (generally and particularly in the context of trusts, companies and security enforcement) and what the technical options and potential pitfalls are in terms of the approach to a valuation exercise. Expert panelists from our respective teams will present a series of real life examples to provide our audience with an overview of the law and practice in this field, based on experiences gained in practice.
This event is taking place at two locations in the Channel Islands, on February 4 in Jersey and on February 5 in Guernsey.
Speakers include Nigel Sanders and Alison Ozannes, Partners at Walkers, and Sharon Davies and Mike Weaver, Managing Directors at Duff & Phelps.