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Mr. Croft is a Managing Director in Houlihan Lokey’s New York office and a senior member of the firm’s Financial Advisory Services business. He presently serves as Co-Head of both the firm’s Fairness Opinion and Solvency Opinion practices.
Mr. Croft is experienced in business and securities valuations and specializes in fairness and solvency opinions. He has advised Boards of Directors of both public and private companies in a wide variety of valuation, restructuring and financial/litigation consulting engagements. He has completed over 250 fairness and solvency opinion assignments related to buyside and sellside mergers and acquisitions, going-private transactions, debt and equity offerings, spin-offs, stock repurchases and asset sales.
Before joining Houlihan Lokey in 1998, Mr. Croft served as a vice president at Fleet Bank and as a second vice president at Chase Manhattan Bank, where he was a corporate loan officer in the New York middle-market division.
Mr. Croft received his banking school degree from the New England School of Banking at Williams College and he graduated cum laude from Post University, where he earned a B.S. in business administration. He earned his dual MBAs in finance and accounting from New York University’s Leonard N. Stern School of Business.
Mr. Croft was recently elected to the Board of Directors of NYC Outward Bound Schools.
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