Michael Conroy has over 17 years of consulting and valuation experience, concentrating on complex fair market value analyses. He provides valuation and financial consulting services to companies in a broad range of industries.
Working with domestic and international clients, Mr. Conroy has performed thousands of business valuations involving gift and estate tax, financial reporting, mergers and acquisitions (valuations for buyers/sellers, fairness and solvency opinions), litigation support, and other company requirements (including stock options and ESOPs).
Mr. Conroy has completed several international transfer pricing engagements, has dealt with State tax apportionment issues, and arm’s length transfer pricing issues between related not-for profit corporations.
Mr. Conroy previously worked with the national valuation firm CBIZ Valuation Group, LLC where he performed business appraisals as a senior manager. Prior to that, he taught chemistry and physics to high school and college students at Xavier College in Ba, Fiji, for two years as a U.S. Peace Corps volunteer.
“Wealthiest Arkansans” Analytical Contributor – Published in Arkansas Business Journal Volume 16, No. 28, July 12-18, 1999.
Menard, Inc., a corporation v. Wells Manufacturing Company, Castwell Products, Inc. and Castwell Products, LLC; United States District Court, Northern District of Illinois, Eastern Division, (03-C8313); deposition testimony March 18, 2008, testified as to Menard’s lost profits caused by being prohibited from selling its property due to environmental contamination caused by defendants.
Maria Elena A. Rael, et al. v. Barbara Page, et al. and Westland Development Company; County of Bernalillio, State of New Mexico, Second Judicial District, (Civil Action No. CV-2006-1756); deposition testimony May 23, 2006, related to Fairness Opinion performed by CBIZ Valuation Group, LLC.
David A. Kimball, Sr., et al. v. United States of America; U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas, (Civil Action No. 01-CV-218-R); deposition testimony October 31, 2002, as to the value of a limited partnership interest.
Mark A. Sylvester, et al. v. Rebecca M. Starcher, et al.; testified in videotaped deposition testimony April 26, 2001. Testified as to the economic loss suffered to Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester as a result of an automobile accident.