Willamette Management Associates is recognized as a thought leader in the fields of business valuation, forensic analysis, and transaction financial advisory services. Our professional services include: business valuation, intellectual property valuation and royalty rate analysis, forensic accounting investigations, transaction fairness opinions and solvency opinions, lost profits and economic damages analysis, not-for-profit entity valuation and private investment opinions, transaction financial adviser and due diligence services, and ESOP valuation and adequate consideration opinions.

We provide these services for purposes of transaction pricing and structuring, transaction fairness and solvency assurance, taxation planning and compliance, transaction financing, forensic analysis and dispute resolution, bankruptcy and reorganization, management information and strategic planning, corporate governance and regulatory compliance, and ESOP transactions and ERISA administrative compliance.

Our analysts include the authors of several authoritative textbooks related to business valuation, intellectual property analysis, and economic damages analysis. In addition, our analysts have authored hundreds of professional journal articles on topics related to our valuation, transaction opinion, and financial advisory services.

Our clients range from publicly traded, multinational corporations to substantial closely held companies. Our clients range in size from Fortune 500 companies to family-owned businesses in virtually every industry or profession. Our clients also include financial institutions and intermediaries, the legal profession, the accounting profession, and government agencies and regulatory entities.

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