|Accredited in Business Appraisal Review (ABAR)|
|The ABAR* designation is the valuation profession’s only credential certifying competence in the review of business appraisal reports. As such, the ABAR credential is specially designed for business valuators whose work involves the review of valuation reports and analysis performed by others—a select group that includes managers, expert witnesses, attorneys, coaches, mentors, trainers, and government appraisers. An important added benefit of the ABAR credential is that preparing for and maintaining the designation helps appraisers significantly improve their own report-writing skills.A candidate for the ABAR designation must:
* Effective July 1, 2012 the IBA merged its ABAR credential into the NACVA, along with the rest of its assets, except for its CBA credential, which remains with the IBA. The ABAR will continue in its present form as a NACVA credential.