Noor Al-Banna is an Analyst with Ocean Tomo’s Valuation Practice, working out of the Chicago office. The practice area appraises intellectual property and various intangible assets for acquisitions and divestitures, bankruptcy and restructuring, establishment of intellectual property monetization strategies including licensing, mergers and joint venture/partnership formations, litigation support, and financial reporting and tax matters. The practice also has experience valuing business enterprises and equity interests for litigation support purposes that includes expert testimony experience in state and federal courts that includes Delaware Chancery Court.

Prior to joining Ocean Tomo, Mr. Al-Banna worked at BMO Capital Markets in their Fixed Income Operations group. There, he worked on the implementation of a new MMI trade settlement system, as well as the daily settlement of corporate bond, MMI, repo, and fed fund transactions. Prior to that, he interned at DePaul University’s endowment fund where he performed due diligence and valuation analysis on potential investments. He also worked on the portfolio management team, monitoring portfolio risk and performance and evaluating junior analyst pitches.

Mr. Al-Banna holds a M.S. in Accountancy and B.S. in Finance from DePaul University, and is a Level II CFA candidate.