I value the constant opportunity to work with clients from different backgrounds and industries to both learn and pass on something new every day.
Atit provides fairness opinions, solvency opinions and valuation advisory services to private and public clients across all industries in connection with a variety of transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, related-party transactions, recapitalizations, spin-offs and more.
Atit takes a hands-on approach with his clients and focuses on providing quality and relevant analysis and advice.
Prior to joining Lincoln, Atit worked at Duff & Phelps as a Director in the transaction opinions practice.
Atit earned a Bachelor of Science in business majoring in accounting, finance and technology management from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University.
Recent Transactions in Valuations & Opinions
Lincoln International advised Bridge Investment Group on completing a multi-asset continuation vehicle transaction involving multi-family residential assets and an office asset
Lincoln International advised Frontenac on completing a single asset continuation vehicle transaction involving Motion & Control Enterprises
Lincoln International advised Calera Capital on completing a single asset continuation vehicle transaction involving ImageFIRST
Lincoln International advised Frazier Lifesciences Acquisition Corporation on merger with NewAmsterdam Pharma Holding
Lincoln International advised Innovative International Acquisition Corp on its merger with Zoomcar
Lincoln International advised Crafty Apes, a portfolio company of Gemspring Capital, on its leveraged dividend recapitalization
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