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Valuing a company is issuing a value judgment on it, to estimate the prospects of their results or the potential gains of its assets.

This is a process used for a wide range of purposes with a view to quantifying its total assets, in other words, to reach an estimate or quantification of all the elements going to make up the business structure, including its projection, assets, activity, customer portfolio, rights-in-rem, intellectual property rights, position in a specific economic sector and other tangible or intangible element subject to valuation.

There are moments that require the valuation of a company as in purchase/sale processes, debt restructuring and the obtaining of credit lines, and various other scenarios, from capital processes, entry and exit of partners, investment and divestment analysis to inheritance or succession situations, or even remuneration of shareholders.