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Jeff Snell, M&AMI, CBI, ABI Admitted As Expert Witness In Business Valuation Dispute By Wake County District Court
ENLIGN DEAL TEAM | 02/02/2016
RALEIGH, N.C.- Jeff Snell, M&AMI, CBI, ABI and Principal Broker of ENLIGN Business Brokers, a firm representing profitable privately-held, businesses for sale with annual gross revenues in excess of one million dollars, has announced the completion of a business valuation case heard before Wake County District Court.
Business valuations for the purpose of establishing an appropriate asking price in advance of a business sale is most common for ENLIGN client engagements.
But, for this engagement Mr. Snell was called upon to render and defend an expert opinion as to the value of a family owned business for the purposes of equitable distribution.
"I was pleased to have been admitted to testify as an expert by the court and feel that the judge was able to follow the valuation methodology and approach used." said Jeff Snell.
Mr. Snell was on the stand for approximately 20 minutes on direct and approaching 2 hours on cross.
ENLIGN serves clients nationwide.
News Summary: Jeff Snell of ENLIGN Business Brokers (www.enlign.com) has announced the completion of a business valuation case heard before Wake County District Court.
Related Links: www.enlign.com/contacts.html About ENLIGN Business Brokers: ENLIGN Business Brokers, which has its headquarters in Raleigh, N.C., provides seller and buyer services, professional negotiation, and valuation and marketing services to small- and medium-business sellers and buyers in the Southeast and nationally through the ENLIGN Business Brokers Affiliate program and ENLIGN Professional Partners Program (EPPP).
ENLIGN provides business owners wishing to sell their businesses with discrete, objective counsel and valuation advice, and an innovative, comprehensive approach to marketing businesses for sale. Complete confidentiality is offered throughout the process.
ENLIGN, which is a member of the International Business Brokers Association (IBBA), M&A Source and the American Business Brokers Association (ABBA), requires that its agents and affiliates have owned a successful business of their own, hold an advanced degree and be members of IBBA working towards or having completed the Certified Business Intermediary (CBI) accreditation.