Gary Raichart is a director in the Silicon Valley office and part of the Strategic Value Advisory practice. He has eight years of consulting experience focusing on analyses of value, risk and uncertainty.
Gary has extensive valuation experience. He has valued licensing, royalty and research collaboration agreements for pre-launch products in highly uncertain markets for transaction, financial planning, reorganizational, and tax purposes. Gary has estimated the fair value of over 50 contingent consideration arrangements in industries that include high tech, life sciences, industrial products, consumer products, and financial services. He has extensive experience valuing assets, business opportunities, contractual obligations, and transactions that involve substantial uncertainty, including guarantees, warranty obligations, employee stock options, earn-outs, and other contingent assets and liabilities for financial reporting and tax purposes.
Gary has also developed financial projections for new product launch decisions, strategy evaluation, and investment prioritization, and vetted financial projections for commercial due diligence purposes. He has extensive experience in building mathematical models and using statistical analysis to help clients understand the effects of uncertainty and its impact on value. Gary’s experience includes numerous fiscal and economic impact analyses to quantify the benefits of business development, assist in facility relocation decisions, and support negotiation of state and local fiscal incentives. He has provided litigation support services for patent and commercial matters based on primary market research, statistical analysis, econometric modeling, and “what if” scenario analysis. He has performed market strategy analysis by measuring customer preferences and developing market models to predict choice and market penetration of new offerings and to support market segmentation. Additionally, Gary has developed a macroeconomic model used to predict IT spend worldwide by industry, geography, and company size on a quarterly basis.
Gary received his M.S. in management science and engineering and his B.S. in mathematical and computational science from Stanford University.