Robert Remian has over 20 years of experience in accounting, bankruptcy, litigation and valuation matters. He has provided services in a variety of industries including the broadcasting, construction, consumer products, energy, financial services, leasing, manufacturing, media, professional services, real estate, retail, steel, telecommunications, transportation, and travel and leisure sectors.
Mr. Remian has served in the corporate finance practice of an international consulting firm where he provided litigation, restructuring and valuation services. His bankruptcy and distressed business experiences involve all facets of the revitalization process, including acting as a financial advisor to borrowers and debtors-in-possession, lenders, individual creditors and creditor committees, trustees and other stakeholders. He has extensive experience formulating and evaluating business plans and financial projections, assisting management with operational decisions, developing and negotiating plans of reorganization and employee retention plans, conducting merger and acquisition and plan feasibility due diligence, and performing other financial and operational analyses. He regularly consults on fraudulent conveyance and preference actions, and has significant expertise in evaluations of solvency.
In litigation matters, Mr. Remian provides expert consulting and dispute analysis services in matters related to accounting fraud and other fiduciary actions, bankruptcy matters, post acquisition disputes, and valuation controversies. He recently served as an expert witness in a purchase price dispute related to the sale of a $400 million disease management company.
Mr. Remian’s expertise extends to performing and evaluating business enterprise and intangible asset valuations for corporate transaction, litigation and general corporate purposes. He has valued debt, restricted stock, stock options, partnership and joint venture interests, and other financial instruments to support a variety of business planning, financial and tax reporting needs.
Mr. Remian earned his Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees from DePaul University. His credentials include the Certified Insolvency & Restructuring Advisor (CIRA) and Certified Public Accountant (CPA) designations. He is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, the Association of Insolvency & Restructuring Advisors, and the Turnaround Management Association.