Valuation Advisory Services
The consequences of being wrong on valuation are dire. When you need consumer or commercial accounts receivable portfolio appraisals, you need the spot-on accuracy, analysis, and insights that will enable you make informed business and valuation decisions in any market. For more than 20 years VION’s advanced data collection and analyses has delivered the confidence decisionmakers rely on.Download Brochure
Whether you're a creditor, trustee, or vested party, VION can accurately identify the value in the receivables collateralizing your interest. Our analyses result in the most comprehensive and accurate appraisals of receivable portfolio value in the financial services industry. For more than a decade, many of the world's largest lending institutions have relied on us for detailed appraisals that help them make confident decisions.
As one of the world's largest buyers of receivable portfolios, we have unmatched appraisal experience. We are the only major buyer of receivables offering our expertise as an advisory service with a valuation guarantee.
We succeed because of our extreme attention to detail, due diligence and insights earned from deep experience. For example, we monitor the economic trends and fluctuations that affect portfolio values. We model every portfolio we review for going concern, Chapter 11, and liquidation scenarios for current and projected market conditions. We assess internal business operations and their impact on the portfolio including management strength, sales, customer service, credit approval process, collection strategy, information technologies, and disaster recovery.
We offer ongoing appraisal maintenance on a monthly, quarterly, semi-annual or annual basis and continually track market prices and trends that may affect portfolio value, notifying clients upon change, and serve as a master backup servicer.
Should liquidation of a receivable asset become necessary, VION has the capability and financial resources to purchase the affected receivables. When called upon to do so, we have never paid less than our appraised value, even in cases of bankruptcy.