Kevin Kreitzman has over twenty-five years of financial and economic consulting experience in both litigation and non-litigation environments. He has testified in both federal and state court and before the Department of Justice. He has conducted damages studies for litigation matters including, fraud, mergers and acquisitions, 10b-5 class actions, mutual funds, distributor termination, environmental, insurance coverage, solvency, fraudulent conveyance, breach of contract, patent infringement, trade secrets, professional malpractice, sales practices, breach of fiduciary responsibility, tax liabilities, employee stock ownership plans (ESOPs), antitrust, and intellectual property.
Mr. Kreitzman has management experience in investment banking, investment management, and insurance. He has conducted valuations of businesses, intellectual property, securities, and options and has structured transactions using financial engineering tools. His financial services background, combined with various operational experiences including chief financial officer, provides him with a broad base of practical knowledge that affords him the opportunity to add unique and creative insight to each engagement.
University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
BS, Medical Technology, 1978
2005 - 2009
Director, Forensics/Economic and Valuation Services
1997 - 2000
News & Insights
- BRG Review 1:1Winter 2011