WEBINAR: Why All Inventory is Fruit: Key Considerations in Appraising Inventory
Meet the Expert
Jasen Kisber, AM is the Managing Director of C3- Crescent Commercial Corporation, which specializes in auctions, liquidations and appraisals of distressed commercial and industrial assets. Based out of Montreal, Canada, Jasen is the third generation in the business, which has operated for over 80 years. Jasen has 15 years of experience in appraising inventory and equipment and has been involved in files across a wide range of industries including textiles, construction, transportation, steel fabricating, food processing, and retail. Prior to joining C3 in 2004, Jasen was a securities lawyer in New York. Jasen has
a BA from McGill University, a JD from Fordham Law School, and an MBA from Oxford University. Jasen is a certified auctioneer from the Missouri Auction School and the past president of the Industrial Auctioneers Association. He is a recent member of the MDNA and AMEA and holds Associate Member status. When he is not corralling his three exuberant children and two dogs, Jasen can be found in the kitchen, in the ring, on the ice, or playing music. Or these days, in his living room
What You’ll Learn
- The key difference between appraising inventory and equipment
- The inventory mindset – creating a model not a picture
- The importance of context
- 3 pieces of information that should be requested in every inventory appraisal
- The dimension of time and why a white shirt is not a white shirt
- Understanding the “multiple”
- Bringing it all together
This Webinar is Open to AMEA and MDNA Members Only
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