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Do you know how much your Greek business is worth?

What is the real value of your company? What is your business worth? What multiples are used in your country? What would buyers appreciate in your company?

These are questions that could interest you as a seller of a company. Of course, you want to maximize the company’s value, and have a good starting point in the discussions with a buyer, but how can you find out how much you can ask for a share in your business?

Get a free online valuation of your Greek company now

We have developed an online tool, that can give you a basic idea of how much your company is worth. If you want to get a preliminary-level indication of the value of your business, please fill out the model below. You will need just the basic financials from the last two years.
As a result, you will get a rough indication of the enterprise value for your company.


Online valuation tool for Greek companies - Learn your company's value

Please note that the company’s valuation is only indicative. The valuation process will take no more than 5 minutes.

Please fill in the data from your company's financials

Please fill in the data in EUR units (not in thousands or millions of EUR).  If the company is in country with a different currency, please convert values to EUR.

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Valuation specifics for Greek companies

Investors and business owners should know that company valuations can differ significantly due to individual country and sector structures. It is important to consider that valuation calculations should also include the potential impact of imminent macroeconomic country-specific risk factors. Country risk is the potential risk associated with making investments and doing business in a country. Based on this, we have divided the country-specific risks into two categories: political risk and economic/financial risk. We have analyzed each country and slightly adjusted our valuation calculations based on these risks to reflect an investor’s or buyer’s perspective in a potential transaction.

Greece was hit hard by the global financial crisis in 2008, and its economy contracted sharply, leading to a sovereign debt crisis in 2010. Since then, the country has undergone significant economic reforms and has received multiple bailouts from the European Union and International Monetary Fund. As a result, the economy has been recovering slowly but steadily in recent years.

The Greek government has also taken steps to attract foreign investment and improve the business environment. For example, it has implemented measures to simplify the process of starting a business, reduce bureaucracy, and improve the tax system. These efforts have helped to improve the country’s ranking in various international indices, such as the World Bank’s Doing Business report.

Considerations and factors affecting the valuation of Greek companies:

  • Geopolitical tensions in the region
  • High unemployment and public debt
  • Concerns about the reliability and quality of the infrastructure
  • Concerns about corruption and the enforcement of intellectual property rights

Our M&A advisers in Greece

If you need an M&A adviser in Greece, CFIE is ready to help you. We are a network of independent M&A consultants. We have various merger and acquisition advisers that are active in the Greek market. Here you can find a few of our local M&A advisers working in Greece. For an overview of all the European CFIE advisers, visit international M&A advisers to select your preferred M&A consultant.

Information about the valuation of Greek companies

Feel free to contact us if you have any questions concerning the value of your company. A competent team of appraisers is ready to assist you.

Valuations are a particularly important step in the M&A process. It is wise to gain as much knowledge about the process to have a better overview. For this reason, we advise you to read one of the pages below:

The process of selling a business
The process of buying a business

We are here to help you with setting a market value for your company in Greece.

There is no guarantee that you will find a buyer for this valuation. In some cases, there is limited interest from buyers. However, we believe that for every company there is a buyer if the price is right.

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