A photographic portrait of Mayis Kirakosyan
As transactions become increasingly complex, often spanning sectors and geographies, an in-depth understanding of value and associated risks will be the cornerstone of many corporate finance decisions.

Mayis Kirakosyan

EY US Fairness Opinions Practice, Transaction Advisory Services

Trusted advisor to corporate boards and management teams, providing integrated valuation services to support transformative corporate finance decisions.

With a professional career that spans more than 15 years, Mayis is a senior manager with EY US Transaction Advisory Services and the team leader in the US Fairness Opinions practice.

He has led hundreds of engagements, including cross-border transactions for multinational corporations, advising corporate boards and company officers on matters related to complex transaction structures and their impact on transaction economics for his clients.

In addition, Mayis has deep experience in the consumer products, retail and technology sectors. He has directed engagements involving valuation of businesses, equity and debt interests and intangible assets for tax planning, financial reporting purposes and litigation support.

Mayis received his MBA in Finance from Texas Christian University’s Neeley School of Business, and master’s and bachelor’s degrees in Economics from Yerevan State University, Armenia. He is a CFA charterholder.

How Mayis is building a better working world

“I advise companies and their boards contemplating transformative actions, such as M&A, divestitures or recapitalization. Our team’s fairness opinion services help board members and company officers fulfill their fiduciary duty to make informed decisions, improve corporate governance and enhance the deal outcomes.

Additionally, I am passionate about sharing knowledge and experience within teams, mentoring and encouraging diversity of perspectives to help develop high-performing teams.”

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