Global management consulting firm Duff & Phelps has added seventeen new Managing Directors to its ranks in the United States.
New York office
Kimberly Bindra, Internal Firm Services
Bindra is the Head of Integrated Marketing at Duff & Phelps, overseeing brand and creative services, digital systems and channels, and marketing data and analytics. She is responsible for creating impactful client experiences, driving the firm’s martech roadmap and generating cross-firm insights.
Howard Epstein, Governance, Risk, Investigations and Disputes
Epstein is part of the Compliance Risk and Diligence practice and leads the product management, client service and product quality groups. In a career spanning over 26 years in financial services and consulting in both the U.S. and Asia, he has led numerous service and technology initiatives, helping start new enterprises as well as grow existing business lines.
David Lee, Corporate Finance
Lee is part of the Transaction Opinions practice and has over 10 years of experience executing fairness and solvency opinions and valuations for mergers and acquisitions, private placements and recapitalization transactions. He represents clients from a wide array of industries including real estate, software, healthcare, aerospace and defense, consumer products, consumer retail, telecommunications, media, technology and manufacturing.
Jared Nolen, Internal Firm Services
Nolen is Chief of Staff, reporting to Duff & Phelps President Jacob Silverman, and is responsible for driving firmwide strategic and operational initiatives. He joined Duff & Phelps in 2006 as part of the Corporate Finance team, and prior to becoming Chief of Staff, was part of the Corporate Development and Strategy team for more than 12 years where he was responsible for evaluating and executing all corporate transactions including acquisitions, sales, investments, joint ventures, divestitures, equity and debt offerings.
Eric Williams, Corporate Finance
Williams is part of the Industrials M&A Advisory practice and has over 20 years of experience in advising clients on M&A, financing and restructuring transactions. He represents clients from a broad range of sectors including aerospace and defense, automotive, building products, chemicals, business services, consumer products, healthcare and telecommunications.
Nicholas O’Brien, Corporate Finance
O’Brien is part of the Transaction Advisory Services practice and has over 11 years of corporate finance experience, including over six years in M&A transactions. He specializes in transactions for the industrials, consumer products and business services sectors and advises on all aspects of due diligence.
Justin Radziewicz, Valuation Advisory Services
Radziewicz is part of the Transfer Pricing practice and has over 14 years of experience advising senior management teams on a variety of transfer pricing and valuation matters. With his deep technical knowledge and unique problem-solving skillset, he bridges the gap between regulatory transfer pricing guidance and practical day-to-day operational transfer pricing issues.
Brian Weber, Valuation Advisory Services
Weber is part of the Financial Instruments and Technology practice. He provides his expertise to alternative asset managers, specializing in structured fixed income, derivative investments, hard-to-value securities and specialty finance companies.s.
Charlie Parekh, Governance, Risk, Investigations and Disputes
Parekh is part of the Disputes Consulting practice, specializing in the application of economic and statistical analysis to damages, finance, and public policy issues. He has over fifteen years of experience in dispute consulting and litigation support across the securities, public sector, and educational industries.
San Francisco office
Hardeep Singh, Corporate Finance
Singh is part of the Transaction Opinions practice focusing on executing engagements for fairness opinions, solvency opinions and business valuation opinions. He has experience in a wide range of industries including consumer, financial services, healthcare and media and technology.
Leo Miki, Valuation Advisory Services
Miki is part of the Valuation Advisory Services practice with more than 13 years of business and asset valuation experience for a wide range of clients. His expertise includes assisting companies for financial and tax reporting, business strategy and transactional purposes.
Pierson Clair, Governance, Risk, Investigations and Disputes (Los Angeles)
Clair is part of the Cyber Risk practice and leverages his prior experience as a leading digital forensic examiner, technical security consultant, researcher and educator. He has extensive experience protecting critical national infrastructure and working with cyber intelligence to fight espionage and terrorism.
David Juneau, Valuation Advisory Services (Houston)
Juneau is part of the Valuation Advisory Services business unit with over 10 years of business and asset valuation experience. His practice focuses on assisting clients with financial reporting, tax reporting, and strategic planning valuations.
Kevin McClurg, Internal Firm Services (Morristown)
McClurg is part of the Finance team reporting directly to the CFO and has over 20 years of experience in international financial management, accounting operations, financial reporting, financial planning and analyses, internal control compliance, and acquisition integrations and reengineering. He is responsible for leading the controllership, business analysis and global sourcing teams, which includes overseeing all aspects of the consolidated financial results of the company, accounting operations, financial reporting, business analysis and business unit decision support and financial controls.
Daniel Nir, Valuation Advisory Services (Salem)
Nir is part of the Transfer Pricing practice with over 11 years of transfer pricing and international tax consulting experience advising clients on all aspects of transfer pricing and tax valuation issues. He specializes in intangible property valuation, U.S. and foreign transfer pricing documentation, global transfer pricing planning and implementation analyses, controversy resolution, and transfer pricing valuation services in connection with cost sharing arrangements, mergers and acquisitions and internal business restructurings.
Jordan Strauss, Governance, Risk, Investigations and Disputes (Philadelphia)
Strauss is part of the Business Intelligence and Investigations practice focusing on crisis management and complex investigations, and previously served as Director for Incident Management at the White House National Security Council, as the Deputy Justice Attaché in Afghanistan, as the Justice Department’s most senior national security crisis attorney, and as a federal prosecutor and trial attorney with the U.S. Department of Justice.
Keith Wojcieszek, Governance, Risk, Investigations and Disputes (Washington DC)
Wojcieszek is part of the Cyber Risk practice and is an industry-recognized authority on complex international cyber investigations. He leads a team of cyber threat intelligence analysts that informs clients of the latest threats in their industry or region in order to mitigate the risk of cyber intrusions.