Vladimir Korobov is a partner in the Advisory Services practice. He has more than 20 years of experience providing business valuation, litigation support, and financial analysis services. Mr. Korobov has performed valuations of business interests for a variety of purposes including, but not limited to, family law matters, estate and gift tax, fairness opinions, transactions, solvency determination, employee stock ownership plan formation and updates, financial reporting, and litigation.
The subjects of his valuation assignments have included entire enterprises and partial business interests, preferred and debt securities, portfolios of assets, derivative instruments, and intangible assets. He has conducted SAS 73/SAS 101 reviews of investments' valuations for hedge funds and private equity firms and examinations of third-party valuation specialist reports in the context of financial statement audits. He has assisted clients in the formulation and implementation of portfolio valuation policies, solvency analyses (including analysis of transactions in the determination of fraudulent conveyances and preferential transfers), complex business interruption claims, and investigative matters related to occupational fraud, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), and regulatory inquiries. Mr. Korobov's industry experience includes, but is not limited to, asset management (including hedge funds and private equity), banking and financial services institutions, energy, pharmaceutical, petrochemical, commodities and mining, steel, manufacturing, hospitality, technology, transportation, distribution and social services.
Mr. Korobov formerly worked for a “Big 4” accounting firm in New York, in the Fraud Investigation & Dispute Services and the Valuation & Business Modeling practices.