What does a Valuation Analyst do?
Valuation analysts derive values from private company stocks to help with transactions. They perform market research to identify influences, check record databases, collaborate with specialists in other departments, and present their findings to senior management. They manage stakeholder disputes and execute research regarding market conditions and local influences. They evaluate public and private real estate record databases and support specialists with the evaluation process.
Valuation analysts sometimes refine valuation models to enhance efficiency and accuracy, and execute statistical techniques to evaluate a particular portfolio. Valuation analysts develop models to assist operational refinements and present and summarize findings and recommendations to senior management. They manage an organization’s bankruptcies and stockholder disputes and provide adequate reporting to satisfy requirements. Valuation analysts need a bachelor's degree in finance or related fields.
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