Financial Instruments & Derivatives

In recent years, the use of financial instruments has become widespread, and so has the diversity of such instruments. Therefore, the need for advanced valuation solutions has intensified.

We have vast experience in valuing a variety of stock options and derivatives such as, warrants options and bonds. We value the above for various purposes, financial reporting, gift and estate tax valuations and other tax-related purposes.

A convertible note is another debt instrument, that can be converted into stock at the option of the holder or the issuer. In other words, the investor has the option to convert the total amount of the note into equity at certain events. The complexity of such notes requires advanced valuation models in order to assess the fair value as required by the IFRS and US GAAP. It is also required by IFRS and US GAAP to assess the fair value of the implied cost of debt of various debt instruments, including liabilities to the IIA (Israel Innovation Authority), formerly known as the Chief Scientist.

We help establish appropriate techniques and methodologies into the valuation process, considering the complex features of each distinct financial instrument. Our valuation solutions are fully supported by a detailed narrative report suitable for review by independent auditors, the Securities and Exchange Commission, and the Internal Revenue Service. We invite you to reach out and receive additional information from our Head of Valuations & Derivatives, Roi Vrubel.

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Roi Vrubel
Head of Valuations and Derivatives