Javier Zoido joined Duff & Phelps in 2006. He is a managing director in the Madrid office and country leader for Spain, and part of the Valuation Advisory Services business unit. He has more than 14 years of experience in valuation and corporate finance.
Javier has performed valuation assignments for the valuation of business enterprises, financial assets, equity securities and intangible assets. These valuations have been for the purpose of assisting clients in tax and financial planning and reporting, transaction advisory support, strategic planning and litigation support. His engagement highlights include purchase price allocations and asset valuations for financial reporting purposes under IFRS and US GAAP; intangible asset and goodwill impairment tests; equity and asset valuations for tax purposes; valuation of private equity portfolios; and fairness opinions.
He has published articles, including “El proceso de purchase price allocation sus implicaciones para las empresas españolas: enfoque en los activos intangibles” Análisis Financiero Internacional – 1st Quarter, 2008.
Javier started his career at a Spanish consulting firm. In January 2001, he joined Ernst & Young Corporate Finance in Madrid, where he was a manager, before joining the London office of Duff & Phelps. where he has held positions as vice president, director, and managing director.
Javier received his master’s in finance from the Escuelas de Finanzas Aplicadas in Madrid, his bachelor’s in economics from the Universidad Complutense de Madrid and has post/graduate courses in Harvard University. Javier is fluent in Spanish and English.