Professor of Finance
Masters of Science, MIT Sloan School of Management
Alan has thirty years of experience in business planning, corporate finance, and valuation consulting with extensive experience in the preparation of valuation estimates for accounting and tax purposes. He has been a trusted adviser to numerous major clients in non-financial industries including chemicals, health care, manufacturing, and energy and information technology. He has managed client service teams valuing businesses and intangible assets for tax and financial reporting in connection with mergers and acquisitions for over twenty years. He also has been a frequent lecturer and author on topics such as improving shareholder value, exploiting intellectual property and valuation of businesses and corporate intangible assets.
He helped to establish policies and best practices within the valuation practice of PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, Standard & Poor’s and Duff & Phelps, LLC. These included quality assurance processes, training and professional development and recruiting. He acted as a judge for the first Duff & Phelps national student case study competition. Alan retired as Managing Director, Duff & Phelps, August 2010.
Alan received an AB in mathematics from Cornell University and an SM in management from MIT’s Sloan School of Management.