Brandon McFarland, ABV, MBA

J.S. Held’s Inaugural Global Risk Report Examines Potential Business Risks & Opportunities in 2024

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Mr. McFarland has experience in valuation, economic damages, transactions, and litigation. Mr. McFarland specializes in performing consulting services for counsel with clients in the following industries: software, technology, specialty chemicals, heavy construction, manufacturing, communications, retail, distribution, business services, real estate, pharmaceuticals, steel, agriculture, alternative energy, and green technology, among others. He has performed valuations of various types of business entities and interests, including: private family-owned businesses, private multiple-investor businesses, publicly traded companies, preferred and common stock, secured and unsecured notes, derivative interests, general and limited partnership interests, limited liability company membership interests, limited company interests, S corporation interests, professional practices, and joint ventures. With more than 15 years of experience, Mr. McFarland has served as a consultant with a valuation firm, an investment bank, an asset manager, and as an associate at a venture capital firm. Prior to joining J.S. Held, he served as a manager in the valuation and litigation services practice at Willamette Management Associates.

Mr. McFarland is a Vice President with J.S. Held in the Alpharetta office where he deploys his extensive experience with various types of valuation and economic analyses, including merger and acquisition valuations, business and stock valuations, litigation disputes, damages analyses, Internal Revenue Service disputes, and gift and estate tax valuations.

Mr. McFarland was a contributor to J.S. Held's 2024 Global Risk Report.

Professional Affiliations:

Accredited in Business Valuation - American Institute of Certified Public Accountants

Member - American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (Non-CPA)

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