Since 1989, he has been assisting clients worldwide in the valuation of corporate entities and intangible assets, with in-depth focus providing these valuations for U.S. and international tax purposes, as well as U.S. financial reporting purposes.
Mr. Antoon assists middle market and large multinational companies with valuations of legal entities and assets as part of internal tax reorganizations and spin offs; related party IP transfers pursuant to IRC Section 367(d) and international transfers; transaction allocations for IRC Sections 338 and 1060; thin capitalization analyses; FIRPTA testing; interest expense apportionment; and NOL limitations and built-in gains.
Mr. Antoon has in-depth experience providing fair value analyses for ASC 350 and 805 purposes, valuing reporting units and a wide array of intangible assets including customer relationships and contracts, patented technology, trademarks and trade names, proprietary know how, in-process research and development, franchise agreements, communications licenses, oil and gas reserves, mining reserves, backlog, databases and non-compete agreement.
With extensive experience in intellectual property, Mr. Antoon assists organizations with monetizing IP, ranging from the sale or license of IP to third parties, to valuations of IP for insurance purposes.
Mr. Antoon also has in-depth experience in the valuation of common and preferred stock, options and debt, having performed these valuations for tax, financial reporting, fairness and solvency opinions, restructuring, mergers and acquisitions, financing and litigation support purposes across a variety of industries throughout Europe, Asia and North and Latin America.
Mr. Antoon earned a bachelor of science degree in finance from West Virginia University.