Christopher Law is an analyst with VALUE Incorporated, a premier firm specializing in the valuation of businesses, securities, and intellectual property. He advises clients through mergers and acquisitions, litigation, and financial reporting.
The scope of Chris’s work includes valuation analyses and consulting for mergers and acquisitions, including fairness opinions and purchase price allocations. Chris also provides valuation opinions for financial reporting, such as stock-option valuations, goodwill impairment studies, and transfer pricing analyses. Additionally, he provides valuations of business and partnership interests in matters relating to gift and estate taxes.
Prior to joining VALUE Incorporated, Chris attended University of Texas at Austin for his MBA where he studied finance. Prior to that, Chris served as a Captain in the Field Artillery branch of the United States Army, having deployed to Kuwait and Iraq.
Chris is a CFA level II candidate. He received his MBA with a concentration in Finance from University of Texas at Austin, where he was a Sord Scholar and received the Dean’s Award for Academic Excellence. He also holds a Bachelor of Science in Systems Engineering from the United States Military Academy at West Point.