Marc Asbra is a Managing Director in the Valuation Advisory group. He has a broad range of experience in valuation and financial consulting assignments, including M&A and strategic planning analyses. He has provided valuations regarding financial reporting matters including purchase price allocations, goodwill impairment testing, employee stock option plans, corporate tax matters, gift and estate tax planning, collateral lending, and litigation related matters. He has also provided valuation advisory services to public and private companies, boards of directors, and other fiduciaries in connection with strategic planning and other merger & acquisition related initiatives.

Marc has over 20 years of experience in the valuation of businesses, securities, and intangible assets for corporate tax, financial reporting, and other purposes.

Prior to joining Stout, Marc was a Director at Houlihan Lokey. Previously, he was a senior manager in the Los Angeles office of Ernst & Young’s corporate finance practice where he conducted valuations of public and private securities, closely held companies, and intangible assets, with particular emphasis on technology companies.

Select Publications

  • The CPA Journal March 2009

    The Valuation of Earn-Outs and Acquired Contingencies Under SFAS 141 (R)
  • Valuation Strategies March 2007

    Contributory Asset Charges in the Excess Earnings Method
  • Shannon Pratt’s Business Valuation Update September 2002

    The Impact of Goodwill Impairment on Public Companies: The Early Adopters
  • ACG Network November 2001

    The FASB May Add Spark to the Lackluster M&A Market
  • Continuing Education of the Bar

    Intellectual Property in Business Transactions
  • Continuing Education of the Bar

    Intellectual Property Valuation