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Nicholas Henriquez is an associate with Willamette Management Associates.
Nick performs the following types of valuation and economic analyses: merger and acquisitions, fairness opinions, ESOP formations and adequate consideration analyses, business and stock, transfer pricing, intellectual property, lost profits/economic damages, acquisition purchase accounting allocations, and goodwill impairment analyses.
Nick works primarily on litigation valuation engagements. These engagements include forensic analysis and dispute resolution, marital dissolution, and ESOP-related litigation. Nick also prepares valuation and economic analyses for taxation planning and compliance (federal income, gift, and estate tax; state and local property tax; transfer tax), financial reporting, and strategic information and corporate planning purposes.
He performs these valuations for the following types of business entities and securities: closely held corporation business enterprises, closely held corporation noncontrolling ownership interests, various classes of common/preferred stock, general and limited partnership interests, professional service corporations, professional practices, and limited liability corporations.
Nick has experience valuing businesses in the following industries: health care, banking and financial services, construction, food processing, poultry and egg, engineering, logistics, manufacturing, natural resources, real estate management and operators, retail, telecommunications, textile, transportation, trucking, and wholesaling.
Prior to joining Willamette Management Associates, Nick was a valuation consultant at Adams Capital, Inc., in Atlanta, Georgia. Nick worked primarily on valuing companies for gift and estate purposes and financial reporting. Additionally, he completed valuations for strategic planning, shareholder disputes, marital dissolution, and ESOP transactions.
Master of Science in commerce, concentration in financial services, University of Virginia
Bachelor of Science in engineering science, minors in biomedical engineering and chemistry, University of Virginia