Ross Hostetter
Ross Hostetter

Ross Hostetter

Managing Director and Global Alternative Asset Advisory Leader

Ross Hostetter is a managing director and Global Alternative Asset Advisory practice leader, based in New York. Ross has more than 25 years of experience serving clients across the financial services industry.

Prior to Duff & Phelps (rebranded as Kroll), Ross served as a director at Standard & Poor's Corporate Value Consulting, which merged with Duff & Phelps (rebranded as Kroll) in 2005. Before that, he was a tax manager at PwC in London in the firm’s Banking and Capital Markets group, focused on advising financial services clients on UK corporate tax and international tax issues. Prior to his time in London, Ross was a tax associate in PwC’s Charlotte, North Carolina office where he advised on federal and state corporate tax issues. 

Ross works primarily with private equity funds, hedge funds and business development companies. He has extensive experience in valuing illiquid securities and establishing best in class valuation policies and procedures. He has valued illiquid securities across capital structures, industries and geographies and has performed business valuations and intangible asset valuations for a diverse range of companies.

Ross received a BBA in accounting from the University of Georgia and a MTx from Georgia State University.


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Valuation Challenges: FASB Finalizes Change to Fair Value Rules

Jul 05, 2022

by David LarsenRoss Hostetter