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Why use only AIBB accredited Business Brokers

AIBB - Australian Institute of Business Brokers

RBV - Registered Business Valuer

CPBB - Certified Practicing Business Broker

Whether you are buying or selling a business an AIBB Accredited Certified Practicing Business Broker (CPBB) has the training, knowledge and experience to help you achieve your objective of obtaining the best possible price and under the best possible terms.

An AIBB Business Broker has the experience to ensure the process of buying or selling a business is smooth and a ‘win-win’ situation for all parties.

AIBB accredited Business Brokers know how to properly appraise your business and a AIBB Registered Business Valuer (RBV) knows how to value your businesses, providing a full written report covering all facets of your business.

an AIBB Business Broker knows how to structure the marketing and advertising to attract the widest possible audience to achieve the best outcome for all parties. If you are seriously considering buying or selling a business, minimize your risk. Put the experience of an AIBB Broker to work for you. They have the knowledge and experience to help you as either a business buyer or seller.

 

There are 8 REASONS why you should work with an AIBB accredited professional:

 

1 – Training

The AIBB runs its own industry specific national training program for business brokers. They are taught by industry leaders and allied professionals which are experts in their respective fields. This has endeavored the AIBB to strive towards and continued to raise the level of competency within the membership base.

 

2 – Code of Conduct

The AIBB has a code of conduct that all members adhere to. It was established in 1989 to maintain public confidence and professionalism, honesty, ability and integrity of accredited members. The code of conduct is fundamental to the future success of AIBB and its members.

 

3 – Bizstats Database

The AIBB owns and operates a database unique to its members, as they are able to access to appraisals, valuations and other important information. It is the only database of its kind in Australia and is a unique tool that enables AIBB members to accurately and factually assess the current market value for a wide range of business types.

 

4 – Registered Business Valuers

The institute runs an advanced business valuing course for senior, experienced brokers that have been in the industry for at least five years of practicing professional business broking. The course is based on the Australian National Training Authority Diploma Module in Business Broking and the Accounting Professional and Ethical Standards Board APES 225 Valuation Services. It concentrates of valuing small to medium sized enterprises and is the premier training type  in Australia in this area. Graduates from the course are registered with the Institute as Registered Business Valuers where their contact details can be accessed.

 

5 – Continuing Professional Development

Every year AIBB members are required to undertake continued professional development education and assessment to ensure that members demonstrate professional competence, and keep abreast with changes in approach and legislation and the latest developments in the industry and across all markets.

 

6 – National Conference

Every year AIBB organizes a national conference where the latest industry developments, legislative changes, ideas and future directions in the industry are addressed by a wide range of world acclaimed industry practitioners and speakers, members also take part in a range of practical workshops where their skills and knowledge and their currency with present and future aspects of the industry are also addressed. At the national conference high achievers will also get recognized for their efforts in the business broking profession.

 

7 – Government Liaisons

On a consultative basis, the institute’s executive bodies (and legal counsel) advise and make representations to both state and federal government on matters affecting its members, industry practices and consumer affairs, to ensure ‘best practice’ outcomes for all parties.

8 – International Affiliations

The AIBB consistently strives to keep abreast of International trends in the business transfer industry and is a Chapter Member of the International Business Brokers Association. Members regularly interact with those counterparts and participate in international exchange programs for member education and governance.

 

Check out the Australian Institute of Business Brokers at www.aibb.org.au