He has been with Kroll since June 2004 and has substantial knowledge of public auditor (financial reporting), Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) expectations. He has provided valuation services for many entities, including: valuations related to closely-held stock interests, corporate divisions and subsidiaries, and partnership interests.
Paul has expertise in identifying, valuing and estimating the remaining economic useful life of intangible assets such as patented and unpatented technology, software, in-process research and development, non-compete and other employment agreements, licensing, customer connections and contracts, trademarks and trade names and assembled workforces. Paul has extensive experience with valuations for tax reasons, including valuations of employee stock ownership plans (409A) and the value of assets within complex capital structures.
Paul's experience focuses on the technology industry, which includes the software, internet and technology hardware businesses.
Prior to joining Kroll, Paul served as a business program manager at Honeywell International, Inc.
Paul received a B.S. in manufacturing management from Western Washington University and holds an MBA in finance from the University of Washington.