Bryce Erickson, Senior Vice President, has been involved with hundreds of valuation and related engagements since his entry into the valuation profession in 1998. These engagements have been conducted for the purposes of mergers and acquisitions, buyouts, buy-sell agreements, financial reporting, estate and gift taxes, allocation of purchase price, litigation support, financing, and business planning.
In addition, Bryce has experience in valuing a wide variety of intangible assets such as patents, customer lists, trademarks, contracts, and others.
Bryce has experience performing lost profits analyses and economic damage studies. He has testified in both state and federal court in support of his opinions.
He publishes research related to the oil & gas industry and is a regular contributor to Mercer Capital’s blog, Energy Valuation Insights, and the Energy sector of Forbes.com. Additionally, he presents various valuation topics to attorneys, accountants, and business professionals for the purposes of educating the public in valuation matters related to gift and estate, mergers and acquisitions and litigation support.
Prior to joining Mercer Capital, Bryce was the Managing Director of Erickson Partners, Inc., a business valuation and advisory firm based in Dallas, Texas. In July 2015, Erickson Partners merged with Mercer Capital. Prior to Erickson Partners, Bryce was with Prudential Capital Group, a leading provider of private capital with a $34 billion portfolio, in their Dallas office. During his tenure he was an integral member of deal teams that underwrote, structured and closed over a dozen transactions totaling more than $550 million in committed capital including senior debt, subordinated debt, mezzanine and equity in a variety of industries including an emphasis in energy. He also monitored, reviewed and annually performed credit analysis of a $3 billion portfolio. Before his term at the Prudential Capital Group, he worked at KPMG LLP in their Global Financial Strategies practice in Dallas, Texas.