Business Valuation

DMG Financial specializes in appraising beer distributorships and, since 1987, has conducted more than 150 business and brand valuations for beverage distribution clients throughout the United States. DMGF prides itself on providing independent, unbiased third-party evaluations and advice—in an contentious and objective manner. Whatever your business valuation needs might be, DMGF can deliver.

DMG Financial has performed valuations for business and brand transactions; financial and strategic planning; litigation support; and estate and gift tax planning purposes. Our more than two decades of experience includes collaborations with all the major brewers and malt-beverage brands, as well as working with the soft drink, wine, and spirits industries. This combination of experience and expertise was invaluable in a co-authoring a study of beer brand values sponsored by the National Beer Wholesalers Association (NBWA).

Business valuations are needed for many purposes, including estate and gift tax, buy-sell agreements, litigation/arbitration, and strategic planning. DMG Financial offers customized solutions for your specific situation and provides superior service, whether you’re looking to acquire a professionally prepared estate and gift tax valuation, address buy-sell-merge issues, prepare for the sale of your business or brands, or assess the value of a potential acquisition.

Thorough reports are prepared using IBA standards and withstand the most intensive scrutiny—even that of the Internal Revenue Service. We provide more than a simple opinion and a number. DMGF gets to know your specific business intimately—right down to the day-to-day operations.

DMG Financial’s personal and confidential process includes an extensive examination of financial results and asset performance, and provides you with valuable logistical information. An exhaustive review meets IRS standards, helps you gauge performance metrics, and aids you in assessing performance. A DMGF report contains many value-added items that make our appraisal more of an investment versus an expense. Industry comparison and other detailed performance analyses help you find ways to increase the productivity, profitability, and value of your business.