Experienced Valuation Specialist Aditya Darbari Joins Baker McKenzie

Experienced Valuation Specialist Aditya Darbari Joins Baker McKenzie

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Chamber Member News Post Date: 03/20/17 Source: Baker & McKenzie By: Baker & McKenzie
Summary

Aditya Darbari has recently joined Baker McKenzie as a Director of Economics in New York, bringing more than a decade of experience in conducting valuations for tax and financial reporting purposes.

"Valuations are often indispensable to the tax planning and transactional advice that our clients look to us for, let alone in supporting our tax controversy and litigation practitioners’ efforts on behalf of our clients," said Tom Linguanti, Chair of the Firm's North America Tax Practice. "Aditya has a proven track record of providing high-caliber valuation advice with respect to extremely complex and multi-jurisdictional matters, and we're pleased to add him to our regional and global teams."

Aditya most recently served as a Director with KPMG, where he initiated their private equity fund investment review practice in their Charlotte office, and has a broad range of valuation experience across a wide range of industries, including financial services, technology, computer software, and healthcare.

Prior to joining KPMG, Aditya worked as a Senior Associate at Duff & Phelps providing valuations of assets/liabilities and businesses, and as a Senior Financial Analyst at Dun & Bradstreet in their Investor Relations department.

With 950 tax practitioners in more than 40 countries, Baker McKenzie's Tax Practice is one of the most highly rated and recommended among law firms worldwide and a recognized leader in a broad range of tax specialities. The practice provides a strong network of tax professionals, offering domestic and multinational companies with a full complement of tax planning services, from analysis to implementation, along with a full range of tax dispute resolution services in the US and abroad, as well as advice on US and global tax policy, transfer pricing, customs, local and indirect tax and employee benefits tax issues. Read Full Article