ESG – Why the Business Valuation Practitioner Should Pay Attention
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Host: Josh Shilts, CPA/ABV/CFF/CGMA, ASA, CFE. Shilts CPA, PLLC
Guest: Nene Gianfala, CPA/ABV, CEIV, ASA-BV/IA, Chaffe & Associates, Inc.
Josh’s conversation with Nene confirms that ESG is not a fad that is going away. This episode will provide you with takeaways that business valuation practitioners need to know including potential increased risks for subject companies.
- What is ESG and how does it impact a business’ value
- How will newly required ESG disclosures trickle down and impact private companies
- Incorporation of ESG into your business valuation practice
- Why it is critical to consider ESG during your due diligence
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AICPA’s Fundamentals of ESG Certificate (CPE self-study, 9 credits)
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