Cooper Groves is responsible for executing a variety of engagements related to valuation, litigation and other financial advisory service engagements.  These engagements span economic damages, valuation disputes, and valuation opinions for tax (including corporate, gift and estate, and property), financial reporting (with a focus on “fair value” accounting for goodwill impairment, stock compensation, and purchase price allocations), and transaction advisory purposes including fairness and solvency opinions.  Mr. Groves has served clients in a variety of industries, including oil and gas (upstream, downstream, and midstream), oil field services, financial institution groups, chemical, construction, engineering, transportation, manufacturing, technology, and agriculture.

Mr. Groves received his Master of Taxation and Bachelor of Business Administration in Business Fellows, Finance, and Accounting with a minor in Mathematics from Baylor University, where he graduated with Honors. During his time at Baylor, Mr. Groves served as an analyst for the Baylor Angel Network, an investor network providing early stage capital to entrepreneurs with developed business plans, complete products, and early revenue.