RICK NATHAN

Rick S. Nathan is a Director in Ocean Tomo’s Valuation practice in Chicago, IL. Mr. Nathan has 30 years of combined financial advisory services and technology industry experience holding leadership roles at Houlihan Lokey, PricewaterhouseCoopers, KPMG, Cambridge Technology Partners, Siemens Medical Systems, and IBM.

Mr. Nathan provides financial valuation services and economic pricing of business enterprises and interests, financial derivatives and complex securities, and intellectual property and intangible rights in connection with strategic initiatives, including, corporate transactions, private capital markets, and licensing of proprietary rights. Moreover, Mr. Nathan provides opinions of value in connection with bankruptcy and corporate restructuring, Federal statutory tax planning, and expert testimony and dispute advisory services in controversy matters.

Mr. Nathan has provided extensive commentary and thought leadership in many mass and technical publications and online resources such as CFO.com, Securities Industries News, Euromoney Publications, Bloomberg BNA, IP Law & Business, and Intellectual Property Today.

Additionally, Mr. Nathan is the inventor of U.S. patent 7,308,417 B1, with protected claims related to the analysis and visualization of unstructured data for business and investment fund analysis (2007), and a past voting member of the American College of Radiology - National Electrical Manufacturers Association, the standards body for digital imaging and communications in medicine.

Mr. Nathan holds an MBA, with Honors, in finance and behavioral science, from the University of Chicago, an M.S.E. in electrical engineering (Eta Kappa Nu International Honorarium) from The University of Texas at Austin, and a B.S.E. in biomedical engineering from Tulane University. Mr. Nathan is also a CFA Charterholder and an Accredited Senior Appraiser (ASA) in Business Valuation. He is a member of the Intellectual Property Owners (IPO) and the Illinois Technology Association (ITA).

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