Jeremiah Grant, CVA, CLCS, MBA
Senior Finance Consultant
Mr. Grant has more than a dozen years of experience in the areas of complex litigation matters, corporate restructuring and turnarounds, business valuation, commercial insurance and management consulting.
He began his career in the Financial Advisory Services practice of PricewaterhouseCoopers before working as a Consultant for an international finance and economics consulting firm, as a Manager within the Valuation Practice of Kroll Zolfo Cooper and most recently as a Litigation Services Manager at LonePeak Valuation Group. He has also worked as an interim CFO, as a Manager of Financial Planning & Analysis and as an independent consultant on a number of business strategy projects.
Mr. Grant’s responsibilities have included providing expert witness testimony, preparation of expert witness reports, business valuation, development of reorganization plans, evaluation of insurance coverage, forensic accounting and development and analysis of business strategy.
Mr. Grant graduated in the top-3% of his class from the Marriott School of Management (BYU) where he obtained an MBA with an emphasis in Finance and Strategy. He also earned a B.S. from Brigham Young University with an emphasis in International Finance.
- Calculation of economic damages
- Business and partnership valuations
- Restructuring and turnaround consulting
- Forensic accounting investigations
- SFAS 141 & 142 reviews
- Strategy and marketing consulting
- Feasibility and market entry studies
- Business process improvement consulting
Mr. Grant has prepared analyses, written expert witness reports and provided expert witness testimony in connection with complex litigation matters including breach of contract, product liability and intellectual property infringement.
He has prepared and/or managed dozens of valuations in connection with SFAS 141 and SFAS 142 requirements and performed analysis and prepared dozens of business valuation reports of privately held businesses for estate and gift tax purposes, partnership disputes and divorce, including the valuation of minority interests in partnerships and LLCs.