Jaclyn Cannici is a director in the San Francisco office, where she works in the Machinery and Equipment service line. Jaclyn leverages more than eleven years of dedicated valuation experience in a wide range of industries, including semiconductor fabrication facilities, industrial manufacturing machinery, consumer product plants, automobiles and trucks, steel mills, retail store furniture and fixtures, data centers and information technology systems.
Jaclyn’s primary responsibilities include valuing fixed assets (property, plant and equipment) for financial and tax reporting, purchase price allocations, leasing studies, fixed asset due diligence, fresh start accounting, joint venture funding, property tax consulting, bankruptcy/liquidation studies and contribution analyses for various types of businesses. Jaclyn has visited and performed valuations for multinationals and state enterprises with facilities in Canada, Mexico, the United Kingdom, Spain, France, Ireland, Belgium, the Netherlands, Germany, Italy, Hungary, India, Japan, Singapore, China, Taiwan, Korea, Hong Kong, Australia, Curacao and Barbados.
Some of Jaclyn’s recent engagement highlights include the valuation of personal property associated with numerous worldwide semiconductor fabrication facilities for several leading multinational companies, with assets valued at more than $10 billion; valuation of 30 steel mills worldwide with a combined value of more than $30 billion; and valuation of the personal property and rental fleet for a purchase price allocation of a multinational car and equipment rental company, assets valued at approximately $5 billion.
Jaclyn earned her M.S. in management science (engineering/finance) as a Presidential Scholar from Lehigh University. She also holds a B.S. in industrial engineering from Lehigh University. She is an American Society of Appraisers candidate and has completed ME201, ME202, ME203 and ME204 coursework.