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THE STORY BEHIND THE LEADENHALL LOGO

The diamond shape in our logo is a modern representation of the ceiling of the Leadenhall market building in London. This building was designed in 1881 by Sir Horace Jones, who subsequently designed Tower Bridge, also in London.

The Leadenhall logo also represents clarity, with its similarity to a gem stone. This supports our strong belief in ensuring our analysis is clearly explained and easy to follow.

The tagline ‘Now you know’ was conceived following an independent survey of our clients. The consistent feedback was that not only are we technically adept, but we are unique in our ability to explain our analysis. In this way we empower our clients with knowledge and understanding.

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leadenhall's market discount rate update 31 March 2024

STABLE MARKET DISCOUNT RATES

Markets have declined over the last quarter as persistent inflation and the potential for further rate rises continue to weigh on the ASX 200. These fears have seen a rapid increase in government bond yields over the last month. With market conditions continuing to evolve rapidly, we have provided an update on our assessment of discount rates as at 30 September 2023.

Appraisal Foundation brief Professional Interactions Unique to Fair Value for Financial Reporting

Guidance regarding interactions between auditors and valuers

The Appraisal Foundation recently issued for comment a draft valuation brief titled Professional Interactions Unique to Fair Value for Financial Reporting. The article made several practical recommendations that are applicable to almost all auditor and valuer interaction.

Discount Rate 31 Dec 2023

Market Discount Rates – 31 December 2023

Optimism around the easing of inflation and potential interest rate cuts led to a rally in equity markets towards the end of December 2023. With markets continuing to fluctuate significantly, the selection of a reasonable discount rate remains a key consideration, whether for the purpose of financial reporting or for any valuation analysis.