Mr. Hamilton specializes in the valuation of businesses and assets and liabilities for financial reporting purposes. In particular, he focuses on the valuation of intellectual property/intangible assets such as trademarks, technology, software, customer relationships and IPR&D. He also values business interests for tax purposes.
He holds a master’s of business administration degree with a concentration in finance from Temple University and a bachelor’s degree in physics from Rowan University. Additionally, he holds the designation of chartered financial analyst (CFA).
He is an active member of the AITF and is currently involved with the Appraisal Foundation Working Group preparing a Practice Aid for the valuation of customer relationships. In addition, he is a frequent presenter on valuation issues for financial reporting purposes and has presented on valuation issues relating to ASC 805, ASC 350/360, ASC 820 and other emerging issues.