His primary areas of concentration are valuation for financial reporting purposes (i.e. purchase price allocations and impairment testing under International Financial Reporting Standards, U.S. and Dutch generally accepted accounting principles), valuations for transactions, disputes, restructurings (both financial and tax), as well as financial modelling of business plans and cash flow forecasts related to transactions and carve-outs.
Mr. Booij has worked with clients across a range of industries including: business services, infrastructure, ports, utilities, oil terminals, steel, chemicals, real estate and publishing.
Mr. Booij has broad international valuation experience having served clients, corporates and private equity firms, and valued companies across Europe, the U.S., the Middle East, Central America and South America. Mr. Booij has valued numerous intellectual property assets including brands and trade names, patents and technology, software, and customer contracts and relationships.
Prior to joining A&M, Mr. Booij spent nearly seven years with PwC on their Valuations team in the Netherlands, where he served as a Director. During his time at PwC, Mr. Booij spent most of his time working on financial modeling engagements and valuations for financial reporting (purchase price allocations and impairment testing). Prior to his time at PwC, Menno worked seven years at Duff & Phelps in their Valuation Advisory team, and nearly five years at KPMG Corporate Finance doing M&A advisory, both out of Amsterdam and in the Netherlands.
Mr. Booij earned a master’s degree in financial sector management from Free University Amsterdam.
Mr. Booij also played in the Dutch national field hockey team from 2001-2003, playing 42 matches. Mr. Booij played the World Cup in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, in 2002 he earned a bronze medal and played two Champions Trophies in 2001 and 2003. Mr. Booij is fluent in English and Dutch.