Scott Dalrymple is an economist specializing in valuation, securities analysis, antitrust, econometrics, statistics, financial markets, and intellectual property.

Mr. Dalrymple has led numerous consulting, commercial litigation, and restructuring engagements on behalf of multinational companies, investors, financial institutions, and government agencies in the U.S., Europe, and Australia.  He has testified in federal and state court and has advised clients in areas including:

  • Application of economic, valuation, and quantitative methods used in securities analysis, commercial litigation, financial forecasting, and antitrust analyses;
  • Construction of event studies, market efficiency analyses, and financial economic models to assess share price artificiality associated with alleged misrepresentations and omissions;
  • Quantification of certificate holder damages and civil penalty assessments related to the securitization of residential mortgage-backed assets;
  • Estimation of price artificiality arising from alleged manipulations in crude oil futures and options markets through monopolization of cash forward contracts;
  • Valuation of interests in complex securities based on collateral level econometric models and simulations;
  • Analysis of reasonable royalty and lost profits damages arising from patent infringement claims;
  • Development of economic and financial forecast models for purposes of capital restructurings, evaluating investment opportunities, and managing working capital;
  • Design of sampling procedures and statistical inferences drawn from samples used in fraud investigations, product evaluations, accounting reviews, and class certification analyses.

Mr. Dalrymple holds a Master of Science in Economics from the London School of Economics and Political Science and a Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance and Business Honors from the University of Texas at Austin.  He has presented to chapters of the American Bar Association, the Licensing Executives Society, and other organizations on topics including commercial damages, quantitative analysis, and macroeconomic trends.  Mr. Dalrymple also contributed to the AICPA Practice Aid on Intellectual Property Infringement Damages and has been published in Law360 and the Securities Regulation Law Journal.  He is a member of the CFA Society of Dallas-Fort Worth.

Prior to joining BVA, Mr. Dalrymple worked at AlixPartners and was an economist in the London office of a global economics consulting firm.  Mr. Dalrymple began his career at PricewaterhouseCoopers and also worked in corporate finance and transaction advisory roles for a publicly traded technology company.