Richard Bibby
Senior Director
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18+ years of valuation experience across all industries
Focuses on the asset management sector, including private equity, infrastructure, real estate and corporate asset management firms
Specializes in financial reporting and tax-related valuations and opinions
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Richard Bibby is a Senior Director with Alvarez & Marsal Valuation Services in London, with more than 18 years valuation experience across all industries.

He has worked on a variety of valuation assignments, focusing on advice to the asset management sector, in particular to private equity, infrastructure, real estate and corporate asset management firms.

Mr. Bibby has been responsible for financial reporting and tax-related valuations and opinions across all sectors, including Business Combinations (IFRS 3 / ASC 805 / FAS141), impairment testing, investment fair value reporting, share option-related valuations and related tax valuation advice, investment portfolio valuations (particularly to infrastructure), private equity, hedge and real estate investors, valuations for merger and acquisition activity, as well as reports in cases of expert witness, disputes and determination.

Some of his clients include: Aberdeen Asset Management, Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank, Aviva, Caisse des Depots et Consignations, Coller Capital, Deutsche Bank, Eurostar, Exel, First State Investments, HSBC, Investec, JP Morgan, Kaupthing Bank, Land Securities, London Stock Exchange, Morgan Stanley, Nuclear Decommissioning Authority, Nuffield Group, Royal Sun Alliance, Royal Bank of Scotland, Sankyo Seiko, Standard Chartered and Towry Law.

Before joining A&M, Mr. Bibby was a director in the corporate finance valuation group at Deloitte, helping to establish and lead its portfolio valuation group. He is a member of the Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment and the Chartered Institute of Taxation and is an alumnus of Imperial College, London.

He regularly speaks at valuation conferences and is often mentioned in the press as a source of valuation knowledge.