Plant, Equipment & Machinery Valuation Services | Aon Australia

Plant, Equipment & Machinery Valuation Services

Aon Valuation Services is a market leader in the valuation and reconciliation of tangible assets. Our experts have an intimate knowledge of valuations, with extensive experience in accounting, taxation, financial and insurance valuations.

We cover the complete range of tangible assets including land, buildings, plant, equipment, infrastructure, mobile plant and fine arts. We operate in Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Region.

Our Specialist Services

Tangible asset valuations and reconciliations are an essential part of many transactions, and Aon Valuation Services can provide all of the services your business will need to meet its commercial and corporate governance obligations.

Our specific areas of expertise include:

Valuations for financial reporting

Australian and International Accounting Standards require the assessment of market value when businesses are acquired, ongoing impairment testing, and regular revaluations to fair value.

Valuations for company mergers, acquisitions and disposals

An independent appraisal and thorough understanding of asset values is critical to gain the greatest advantage during negotiations for mergers, acquisitions and disposals, and to maximise ongoing benefits from the correct allocation of value between tangible assets and goodwill. 

Asset register audit and reconstruction services

To maximise ownership value in an organisation it needs to have a solid understanding of its assets. An independent audit of an organisation’s asset registers can guarantee its physical accuracy and maximise depreciation charges.

Valuations for insurance

Insurance policies require an accurate declaration of asset value if full protection of these assets is to be guaranteed.

Valuations for taxation purposes

A professional valuation, properly supported and justified provides a sound basis for determining your fiscal obligations in accordance with Australian revenue legislation. Valuations are required for capital gains tax and GST purposes, stamp duty obligations and also to gain maximum depreciation benefits from purchases and mergers.

Valuations for compliance with corporation’s law and ASX Listing Rules

There are many transactions where company directors are required to provide independent assessment of proposed transactions to shareholders and members.

Liability limited by a scheme approved under Professional Standards Legislation (Real Property Only).