Dr. Ing. Vladimír Kulil
Appraisal Institute, Faculty of Economics, VŠB - Technical University of Ostrava, Czech Republic, Europe
Biography: Dr. Ing. Vladimír Kulil graduated from the Faculty of Civil Engineering at the Technical University in Brno, Czech Republic, expertise in the field of economics, prices and valuation of companies acquired here doctorate in Forensic engineering and valuation. He worked as the chief at construction companies and investor organizations in engineering, budgeting, preparing and building design. He was a Technical attaché at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic for the construction of all buildings Czech diplomatic mission in Jakarta, Indonesia. He certified appraiser for the largest Europe banking institutions, also valuated diplomatic missions of the Czech Republic abroad in Bonn, Germany, in Indonesia in Jakarta and in Russian Moscow. Since 2011, he leads the Appraisal Institute of property valuation at the VSB - Technical University of Ostrava, director. He lectures property and firm valuation at universities in the Czech Republic in Ostrava and Prague.
Publishes professional articles in the field of valuation in the Czech Republic, the Slovak Republic, China and the Russian Federation. He is a member of the European Chamber of Experts EUROEXPERT. Dr. Ing. Vladimír Kulil is an author of The Concept of Subsidiarity to streamline internal organization and management of the Czech Republic. In the Chamber of Forensic Experts of the Czech Republic is the Chairman of the Supervisory Board Association and the member of the editorial board of the journal of the Chamber of Forensic Experts of the Czech Republic ZNALEC.
Topic: Intangible Assets and Goodwill Valuation
Abstract: The subject matter of this thesis was a proposal for a method of valuation of goodwill- special effects that will impact assets prices. It deals with proposed procedures for valuation of intangible assets, and definitions of such property. Special effects are in particular name, historical value, design, quality of layout, security aspects, accessibility, conflict groups of inhabitants in or near the property, location, provenience and other. The value of goodwill can be calculated as the difference between the market value and the material value.