Richard Weiss, ASA, MSA, MBA, MS, is a director in the Management Advisory Services Department at MBAF. Since 1996, Richard has provided business valuation and transfer pricing studies for purposes including mergers and acquisitions, estate and gift tax planning, corporate tax planning and compliance matters, business combinations, complex securities, equity awards and share based payments, limited and general partnerships, corporate planning and reorganizations. In addition, Richard provides litigation support in cases involving dissenting shareholder rights, marital dissolution, tax matters, and other shareholder conflicts.
Richard’s noteworthy industry experience includes but is not limited to manufacturing, healthcare, life sciences, hedge funds and private equity funds, technology, financial institutions, insurance, mining, engineering, construction, energy, retail, transportation, food services and wholesale and distribution. As a financial markets development consultant, Richard participated in international financial consulting projects funded by USAID and provided financial advisory services for foreign government authorities in relation to pension fund investment structures and implementation of Real Estate Investment Trusts (REIT) securities in a foreign stock exchange.
Richard has presented on valuation and general economic matters. Richard designed and implemented training programs for valuation and investment professionals in international locations. Richard has also presented continuing education seminars on intangible asset valuations and has been involved in teleconferences as a panelist for discussions on issues that international investors should consider when they are investing in privately held companies in the U.S.
- American Society of Appraisers
- CFA Institute
- University of North Carolina at Wilmington – Master of Science in Accountancy
- University of North Carolina at Wilmington – Master of Business Administration with Concentration in Finance
- Technical University – Masters in Science
- Technical University – Bachelor of Science in Engineering
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