Andrew Lowe, ASA, CEIV, MAFF, ABAR

Knoxville Market Leader, Senior Manager, Valuation & Litigation Support Services

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Carson–Newman University, Bachelor’s Degree in Management

Andy Lowe is a Senior Manager and serves as the head of the Valuation, Litigation Support Services Group in the LBMC, PC, Knoxville office.

Andy is an Accredited Senior Appraiser and Certified in Entity and Intangible Valuations with the American Society of Appraisers, a Master Analyst in Financial Forensics with the National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts, and Accredited in Business Appraisal Review by the National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts.

Andy performs valuation engagements for gift, estate, and income tax planning and reporting (valuation of closely held businesses and business interests), and intangible asset valuations including business combinations (ASC 805) and goodwill impairment testing (ASC 350). Andy also provides litigation support services for both family law (including business valuation, forensic accounting, a division of marital estate, etc.) and commercial litigation (including economic damages, forensic accounting, etc.). The balance of Andy’s practice focuses on merger and acquisition and business transition services (including both buy side and sell side representation). Andy’s experience spans a broad range of industries and his clients range from business owners in small, closely held companies to C-suite executives in large public corporations.

Prior to LBMC, Andy worked as a development associate and investment analyst for a real estate development business.  He brings with him experience in real estate investment analysis, contract negotiations, loan analysis, cash flow modeling, and due diligence work.  During his time in real estate development, Andy was responsible for raising over $7M in equity and worked with banks around the southeast to complete over $50M in financing.

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