Dwight Grant

In his role as Senior Advisor to VRC, Mr. Grant advises VRC and clients on the valuations of financial instruments, derivatives, and complex securities related…

Private Credit Players Taking AICPA Guidelines, Growing Market Pressures In Stride

Market participants embrace best practice guidance, adjust policies accordingly. But the AICPA’s best practices are not without challenges and intricacies for the private debt and private credit professional.

Lucy Lee

Ms. Lee specializes in business enterprise valuations, purchase price allocations, goodwill impairment testing, and securities valuations for financial and reporting and tax purposes. Ms. Lee…

‘Insulated, But Not Immune.’ How Private Loan Players View the Post-Credit Crunch World

Though portfolios and deal pipelines weren’t completely inoculated against the downturn, several structural features of the mid-market lending space weathered the storm.

Valuing Private Equity & Private Debt

Private equity and private debt investors are acutely focused on new AICPA Guidance that recommends a “calibration” approach for valuing private securities.

Miller Featured in Mergers & Acquisitions Magazine

Mergers & Acquisitions says: “Today’s M&A market demands a robust set of tools and services. Enter service providers.” Ranked at #4, they say VRC’s valuation services are vital.

Charles Paraboschi

Mr. Paraboschi is a part of the portfolio valuation group specializing in valuations of complex and structured investments, including CLO securities, leveraged lending funds, middle…

Accounting Today Features John Czapla, Paul Balynsky

Czapla to Accounting Today: “Don’t expect any drastic changes in the guide when it’s finally released.”

VRC Portfolio Valuation Practice Grows, Responds to Market Demands

In response to a growing demand for client portfolio valuations in the areas of both private equity and credit, we are pleased to welcome six new, talented colleagues.

Private Equity & Venture Capital Valuations

How did a roomful of credit managers learn to stop worrying and love the AICPA Private Securities Valuation Guide?