Mr. Charlebois brings over 10 years of domestic and international experience providing valuation, risk management and strategic value consulting services across sectors and industries.
Mr. Charlebois specializes in the valuation of complex financial assets and derivatives. He has led engagements involving the valuation of a wide range of complex securities, including securities in private companies, contingent payments exchanged in mergers and acquisitions, complex management incentive units, swaps and options on a wide range of underlying assets and complex structured products.
Mr. Charlebois is an experienced financial modeler and has created numerous models to value complex financial assets and transactions as well as sophisticated tools to process large portfolios of commodity positions and to estimate the credit rating of privately held investments. Mr. Charlebois also applies his advanced modeling skills to address various problems outside of the financial derivatives space.
Prior to joining A&M, Mr. Charlebois was a Manager in the Financial Analytics and Derivatives valuation practice at PwC where he acted as complex derivatives valuation expert and commodity derivatives valuation lead. He also worked full time in Zurich, Switzerland as senior complex derivatives pricing consultant on the Lehman Brothers engagement. His role involved developing models to independently value Lehman Brothers’ portfolio of exotic derivatives using advanced modeling techniques.
Mr. Charlebois earned a Ph.D. in Finance from the Richard Ivey School of Business at the University of Western Ontario in Canada and a master’s degree in Financial Engineering from the HEC School of Business at the University of Montreal in Canada.