CPAs and attorneys are often required to provide expert advice pertaining to mergers and acquisitions, ownership disputes, estate, gift, and income taxes, marital dissolution, buy/sell agreements, FLPs, and financial reporting. The quality of this advice, in many cases, is directly linked to the understanding of private business valuations.
- Review the fundamentals of business valuation and financial analysis
- Highlight key factors/inputs in valuations
- Examine current literature/court cases that set the stage for current valuations
Dr. Tim Swift is an Associate Professor of Strategic Management, serving at St. Joseph’s University in Philadelphia, PA since 2008. He holds a Ph.D. in strategic management, an M.B.A. in financial management, and is a Certified Valuation Analyst (CVA). He has fourteen years of senior management experience in the telecommunications and high-tech industries. A few years ago, Tim learned that his doctoral degree afforded him the credibility to serve as an expert witness; he has been asked to conduct several business valuations for Philadelphia area attorneys. He is now the Proprietor of The Swift Group, LLC, a consulting firm that provides business valuation and strategic management consulting services. Dr. Swift’s research focuses on technology and innovation management. He has been published in the top academic journals in his field, such as Strategic Management Journal and Research Policy.
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