Cole Corbin
Senior Director
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15+ years of experience
Outsourced iLEVEL platform management and platform optimization
Specializes in alternative asset management with experience of a range of assets including private equity, credit, real estate and distressed
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Cole Corbin is a Senior Director of Alvarez & Marsal Valuation Services in New York, where he leads the Fund Analytics and Reporting Service, focused on aligning tech-savvy solutions to funds’ internal and external reporting needs.

Mr. Corbin has more than 15 years of financial advisory experience in the alternative asset management industry with experience of a range of assets including private equity, credit, real estate and distressed.

Mr. Corbin advises clients with defining, designing, implementing and integrating financial software to assist in the processes of portfolio monitoring, valuation and fund performance and analysis. He also assists in the planning and executing in support of acquisitions, reorganizations and financial reporting. He has provided financial advice to more than 100 private investment and corporate clients.

Prior to joining A&M, Mr. Corbin served as a Director at Berkeley Research Group, where he led the Fund Transparency Advisory practice in New York, integrating technology solutions for middle offices of alternative investment advisors. Prior to joining BRG, Mr. Corbin was vice president/head of portfolio analytics at Cerberus Capital Management, a leading private investment firm, where he was responsible for designing, deploying, and managing the firm's portfolio analysis platform used by various teams for valuation and investor reporting purposes.

He has extensive experience in leading all aspects of platform deployment from developing a roadmap, choosing vendors, employing a proof of concept and integrating the platform across the entire enterprise. 

Mr. Corbin earned an MBA in financial accounting and a master’s of science degree in Taxation from Fordham University. He also earned a bachelor of arts degree from Belmont University.

His work “The Role of Indirect Taxes in Valuing Businesses in Acquisitions” was published in the International Tax Journal.