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Harnessing Sustainability: Solar Companies Illuminate the Path to Value

In a world increasingly defined by environmental consciousness and corporate responsibility, the intertwining of sustainability and company value has become more apparent than ever.
On 23 March 2024 we will celebrate Earth Hour, casting a spotlight on the importance of energy conservation and environmental stewardship, solar companies emerge as beacons of sustainable innovation, illuminating the path towards a greener future while simultaneously enhancing their own value proposition.
This article explores the symbiotic relationship between sustainability and company value, delving into how solar companies embody these principles and the evolving landscape of Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) factors in business valuations.

AI in Corporate Finance: Revolutionising Company Valuations and Redefining Cyber-security Strategies

In the rapidly evolving landscape of corporate finance, the integration of Artificial Intelligence (“AI”) stands as a transformative force, reshaping the traditional paradigms of valuations and cybersecurity strategies. Corporate finance professionals, particularly those focused on company valuations, are embracing a new era where AI is not merely influencing financial analysis; it is becoming the cornerstone of redefining the strategies used to protect financial data against cyber threats.

Purchase Price Allocation (PPA) And When Do I Need One?

If you are in the process of acquiring a business or have recently acquired a business then you’ll need to know this information. It is likely that the purchase of a business includes an element of Goodwill (i.e. the purchase price is greater than the net assets you acquired). In these circumstances, the International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) require you to assess the fair value of assets acquired and liabilities assumed. This process is referred to as a Purchase Price Allocation (PPA). In this article, Moore Advisory Johannesburg takes a closer look at what a PPA is, who needs to perform one and when it needs to be performed.