Valuation Decisions supports major decisions which impact business value, helps to evaluate projects and to analyse portfolio risk and optimisation issues. We aim to support robust decision processes, to help identify and quantify key drivers of value creation, and reflect the impacts of risks and uncertainties. We integrate considerations from strategy, economics and finance with advanced quantitative analysis.
We have an inherent belief in finding the best possible approach for a client’s circumstances. We use analysis to create insight, which supports the taking of action with confidence. We are committed to challenge existing thinking, and believe strongly in using up-to-date and innovate approaches and techniques. As the same time, we recognise the need for practicality and cost effectiveness. Whether in our consulting work or our training programs, we aim to explain complex concepts in simple, focused, and intuitive ways, and to “make everything as simple as possible, but no simpler” (Einstein).
We also have several partnerships around the world, which can be drawn on to complement our resources where necessary to meet a client’s objectives.
Valuation Decisions helps senior executives to solve their most complex problems in the areas of decision support, business strategy, value-creation, risk assessment, and optimisation. It was created by Dr. Michael Rees, who combines practical experience from top firms with an exceptional analytic record, and is among the world’s leading authors and instructors in the field of financial and risk modelling. His special interest is in cases where issues in strategy, business economics, and valuation are best addressed using practical advanced quantitative approaches.
Michael has a Doctorate in Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Algorithms, and a B.A. with First Class Honours in Mathematics, both from Oxford University in the UK. He has an MBA with Distinction from INSEAD in France. He also studied for the Certificate of Quantitative Finance, graduating top of the class for course work, and receiving the Wilmott Award for the highest final exam mark.