Kevin Henry has over thirty years of experience in corporate finance, with specialized expertise in valuing businesses and in analyzing complex business transactions. Mr. Henry’s experience includes valuing minority interests, reviewing proposed reorganization plans on behalf of creditors’ committees, critiquing solvency opinions, analyzing post-merger operations, evaluating rates of return on investment portfolios, and developing equity return analyses in defense of class action shareholder litigation.
In addition to his litigation related experience, Mr. Henry has also served as an investment banker with extensive international experience. He has structured acquisition and divestiture transactions, negotiated contracts, evaluated business plans and advised clients on such issues as due diligence reviews, purchase investigations and employment tie-in arrangements. His industry expertise includes motion pictures, telecommunications, oil and gas, new media, real estate, power cogeneration, electronics, financial institutions, retail and aerospace. In addition, Mr. Henry has conducted numerous training sessions on corporate finance issues.
Mr. Henry holds a B.S. in business from Lewis & Clark College.