Arik Van Zandt of financial advisory Alvarez & Marsal will join our panel that will present methodologies about how to estimate PG&E's wildfire liability.
The amount PG&E (NYSE:PCG) is ordered to pay will have a direct impact on how much its equities are worth. With a roadmap for estimating its wildfire liabilities, distressed investors can develop a model to value its stock, making this a potentially profitable panel.
Arik Van Zandt is a Managing Director with Alvarez & Marsal Valuation Services in Seattle. He specializes in the valuation of closely-held businesses operating in a variety of industries for purposes of litigation support (shareholder disputes, post M&A disputes, employment matters, marriage dissolutions, lost profits claims and others), acquisitions, sales, buy-sell agreements, ESOPs, incentive stock options and estate planning and taxation.
Mr. Van Zandt also assists clients and counsel by providing expert witness testimony in matters involving complex commercial disputes and allegations of fraud, performs economic analysis for personal injury claims, wrongful termination and wrongful death actions.
With a broad base of experience, Mr. Van Zandt’s primary focus is to support clients in business disputes that concern the valuation of a business or economic loss.
Mr. Van Zandt completed the American Society of Appraisers Business Valuation Course, Levels I-IV. He also completed the Association of Insolvency and Restructuring Certification in Distressed Business Valuation Courses I-III.
Arik will join Philip Smyth of Fitch Ratings and Emily Slater of Burford Capital on this panel.
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