How Do I Move Forward with My New Specialty?Once you have completed the first step pursuing a new area of specialty, usually training and certification, you will soon realize—that was the easiest step. From there, you will need to address myriad business development needs, which include peer networks, marketing, advanced education, tools, and resources for enhanced efficiencies, and a whole lot more.
Marketing Services from Hinge
NACVA is pleased to announce a partnership with Hinge to provide members with a wide range of marketing services that can help you increase referrals and grow your practice.
View the Marketing Services from Hinge here.
Practice Builder Academy
NACVA has enlisted Practice Builder Academy to assist members with developing the marketing and positioning skills needed to get the work.
NACVA, CTI, and IBA
Seals for Member Use
View and download NACVA, CTI, and IBA seals here.
View and download CVA and MAFF Press Release Announcements here.
Staffing and Consulting
Borrowman Baker is the nationwide leader in recruitment of business valuation and litigation support professionals. They understand the challenges facing today’s practices and bring unique value to those they serve.
Learn more about Business Valuation Staffing and Recruiting Services from Borrowman Baker here.
Practice Management Webinars
Techniques and strategies to strengthen your practice; available
through live or on-demand webinars.
Learn more about the Practice Management Webinars here.
Build My Network
Call for Authors
Write an Article and Gain the Recognition of Your Peers
Don’t keep your expertise to yourself, share it with your colleagues. Choose one of four opportunities to get your article published.
View publishing opportunities here.
NACVA Support Group Application for Specialized Groups and
As you might imagine, there are many ways members can be involved in NACVA. If you are interested in taking part in our growth and development simply complete the Application. We depend on the participation of members like you for growth in and expansion of services and benefits to our members.
Accelerate your own growth and fill out the Support Group Application here.
NACVA State Chapters
Find and join State Chapter Meetings in your area.
NACVA Member Directory
A full listing of NACVA members with contact details; searchable by several criteria.
View the Member Directory on NACVA.com here.
Annual Consultants' Conference
The SuperConference of the business valuation and financial forensic profession. Simply the best and the only conference you should attend!
View the Annual Consultants' Conference website here.
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Give Back to the Profession—Teach at a College or University
Through the University CVA Program, NACVA collaborates with accounting, economic, and finance MBA schools to provide a comprehensive course on how to value private business enterprises.
View more about the University CVA program here.
Certified Valuation Analyst® (CVA®)
The National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts™ (NACVA®) trains and certifies CVAs to perform business valuations as a service to both the consulting community and the users of their services. Through training and rigorous testing, CVAs demonstrate they are qualified to provide capable and professionally executed valuation services. NACVA recommends specific training as a prerequisite to certification to assure that practitioners have the knowledge and understanding necessary to perform competent services, and to assure a level of consistency and continuity in their work product. Users of valuation services benefit by having greater confidence that the service they receive is professional in quality, adheres to industry standards of practice, and meets a level of expertise the Association deems credible and worthy of one of its certified members.
Master Analyst in
Financial Forensics™ (MAFF®)
The MAFF credential is offered through a subsidiary of NACVA, the Financial Forensics Institute™. It is designed to provide assurance to the legal and business communities—the primary users of financial forensics services—that the designee possesses a level of experience and knowledge deemed acceptable by the Association to provide competent and professional financial forensic support services. Applicants can apply in one of seven areas of specialty, any of which lead to earning one’s MAFF credential.
Learn more about the Master Analyst in Financial Forensics Designation here.
Accredited in Business
Appraisal Review Designation™ (ABAR™)
The ABAR designation is the valuation profession’s only credential certifying competence in the review of business appraisal reports. As such, the ABAR credential is specially designed for business valuators whose work involves the review of valuation reports and analysis performed by others—a select group that includes managers, expert witnesses, attorneys, coaches, mentors, trainers, and government appraisers. An important added benefit of the ABAR credential is that preparing for and maintaining the designation helps appraisers significantly improve their own report writing skills.
Learn more about the Accredited in Business Appraisal Review Designation™ here.
The Healthcare Valuation and Consulting Workshop introduces attendees to the primary value drivers at the practice level with a focus upon the regulatory constraints dictating the forms of transactions deemed permissible for practitioners in the healthcare community to enter into.
Transaction Advisory Services
The Transaction Advisory Services (TAS) Workshop is a newly-developed course designed to help consulting practices and CPA firms grow revenues and differentiate their service offering. This training enhances the value they bring to their clients to help them grow, optimize, and protect their company’s value, to position them for a successful exit. This workshop explores the changing M&A regulations and shifts the emphasis of previous M&A training programs from transaction-centric to shareholder value-centric where the M&A transaction is a “means to an end” rather than the “end” itself.
Learn more about the Transaction Advisory Services Workshop here.