Appraisal Economics Inc. has completed the valuation of an institutional trading company linking the world’s top global asset managers. Acting essentially as a stock exchange, the company is the global leader in large block trading. We valued the common equity of this privately held trading business, valued the company’s stock options for new stock option grants, and valued the company’s outstanding stock options for an option exchange.
Appraisal Economics Inc. has completed the valuation of the economic rights contained in a private placement of common stock for a publicly traded biopharmaceutical company. The company develops therapies for the treatment of cancer and other serious diseases, focusing on cell cycle biology. In addition to its existing commercial products, the company has a pipeline of small molecule investigational drugs through Phase 3 trials. We valued the rights contained in the private placement derived from a lawsuit related to patent infringement, including the valuation of common stock warrants. We valued the warrants using the Black Scholes option pricing model and valued the patent infringement lawsuit using probability analysis and assessment of contingent claims.
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Appraisal Economics Inc. valued the virtual museum and archive of a Washington, D.C. based not for profit. This particular 501(c)3 non-profit client builds and maintains for the public an exclusively web-based museum detailing the history of financial regulation in the United States. With over 5,000 historical papers, photographs, and recorded interviews, some dating back to the late 1700s, the museum has received over 1 million visitors. The museum is free to the public and funded solely by charitable donations. Appraisal Economics was engaged to value the intellectual property and determine the fair market value of the museum for management planning purposes.
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Appraisal Economics Inc. has completed a valuation of a 7.5 megawatt wood-burning biomass cogeneration facility that is part of a vertically integrated timber operation located in South America. This facility is a hybrid design that utilizes traditional combustion methods with ground breaking gasification technology. Energy generated is sold to the Uruguayan power grid via a long term power purchase agreement. Appraisal Economics was engaged to estimate the fair market value of the facility for financial reporting.
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