Josh Hedrick is a member (owner) in Kraft Analytics, LLC, an affiliate of KraftCPAs that focuses on valuation, forensic, and transaction advisory services. Before joining Kraft Analytics in 2009, Joshua worked with a large regional CPA firm in North Carolina in its business valuation and litigation support practice. He began his professional career in the financial institutions industry.
Josh’s valuation experience includes business valuations, equity interests, debt instruments, intellectual property, and other intangible assets for investment, lending, managerial planning, compliance, accounting, tax, marital dissolution, restructuring, and litigation purposes.
His forensic experience includes working with attorneys related to valuation issues, transactional disputes, economic damages, intellectual property, corporate investigations, employee fraud, and insurance coverage.
Josh’s transaction advisory experience includes valuations, fairness opinions, due diligence, and transaction structuring support related to acquisitions, mergers, joint ventures, divestitures, equity investments, lending transactions, and generational transfers.
His other consulting experience includes industry and competitive analysis, business strategy, compensation studies, and capital project analysis. For more than a decade, Josh’s consulting and advisory practice has focused on issues related to economic value.
Josh’s major areas of practice include, but are not limited to, business valuations, financial instrument valuation, intangible property valuation, damages computations, mergers and acquisition consulting, equity and financing transaction consulting, and cash flow and capital investment modeling. He has broad industry experience, including healthcare, financial services, manufacturing, professional services, entertainment, transportation, software, life sciences, retail, construction, distribution, and real estate.
Josh presents frequently to attorneys and executives on various topics related to valuation, exit planning, and mergers and acquisitions.