Robin Taylor of Dixon Hughes is Appointed to the AICPA’s Business Valuation Committee
Robin Taylor, CPA/ABV, CFE, CVA, CBA, a Member of Dixon Hughes PLLC’s Birmingham, AL office has been appointed to the AICPA’s national Business Valuation Committee. Taylor’s term began on October 1, 2004.
Part of the mission of the Business Valuation Committee is to raise awareness about the importance and value of business valuation and forensic litigation support services and to serve as a comprehensive resource provider on business valuation and forensic litigation support services for members. The Business Valuation Committee also creates a community of experts through the AICPA’s Accredited in Business Valuation (ABV) credential.
Robin concentrates in business valuations, forensic accounting and litigation support services. His valuation experience includes services for gift, estate, mergers and acquisitions, family law, stock options, shareholder disputes, buy/sell agreements and lost profits, across a wide variety of industries. Additionally, he has worked on cases involving financial damages, financial statement fraud and asset misappropriation. Robin has written numerous articles for national professional publications and business journals on the topics of business valuation, expert witness issues and financial statement fraud. He is also a frequent speaker on valuation and fraud topics and serves as an instructor of business valuation and fraud courses for the AICPA.
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