Tom Copeland

Tom Copeland

Dr. Copeland, formerly Managing Director of Corporate Finance at Monitor Company, is recognized as a leading authority on valuation. He has consulted to more than 200 corporations in 35 countries around the world. He has been involved in a variety of cases ranging from mergers and acquisitions, company restructurings, performance measurement and value-based management, stock exchange trading rules, valuing financial institutions, developing risk management systems, and determining capital structure for major corporations.

Prior to joining Monitor, Dr. Copeland served for 11 years as Director of Corporate Financial Services at McKinsey & Company. He was a tenured full professor of finance at UCLA from 1973 to 1987 and served as Chairman of the Finance Department and Vice Chairman of the Graduate School of Management. Dr. Copeland holds an appointment as a Senior Lecturer at MIT's Sloan School of Business, and has served as a visiting professor of finance at Harvard University and NYU's Stern School of Management.

In 1979, he co-authored the book Financial Theory and Corporate Policy, a popular advanced-level finance text that has continuously been in print and is now in its fourth edition. Dr. Copeland co-authored Outperform with Expectations-Based-Management, as well as Real Options: A Practitioners' Guide and Valuation: Measuring and Managing the Value of Companies.

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