Valuation and consulting for financial reporting, federal, state and local tax, investment and risk management purposes.Valuation Advisory
Mikel is a director in Duff & Phelps’ Valuation Advisory Services practice in Frankfurt. He has more than nine years of experience resolving complex issues for clients, advising on acquisitions and other transaction-related assignments.
Mikel has provided several clients with valuation and modeling advisory services for the purposes of financial integration, corporate reorganizations, refinancing, mergers and acquisitions and litigations typically in the context of cross-border transactions. By covering many aspects of the deal cycle for listed corporations and private equity firms, he has experience across a wide range of industries, including information technology, healthcare, chemicals, retail and financial services.
Mikel has extensive corporate finance advisory experience which includes the following: providing valuation advisory and performing detailed entity-by-entity valuations of large corporations; performing purchase price allocations (IFRS 3) in the context of post-merger financial integration; providing sell-side financial modeling advisory to build driver-based business plans; accounting advisory to quantify P&L impact of accounting conversions; building step-plan models for international corporate reorganizations; and performing valuation of stock options for financial reporting of management incentive programs.
Prior to joining Duff & Phelps, Mikel was at PwC in the firm’s Valuation and Business Modeling practice in both Bilbao and Frankfurt. During that time, he held international trainings on valuation and was responsible for the standardization of financial models.
Mikel holds a Master of Business Administration with a specialization in Finance from the University of Deusto (Bilbao/Spain). He is a CFA Charterholder and holds the CEIV credential. In addition, Mikel speaks English, Spanish, German and Basque.
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