Glenn Vestrat is a Manager with HoganTaylor LLP and a member of the firm’s Business Valuation and Litigation Support practices. Glenn, who joined HoganTaylor in 2012, has more than 20 years of experience providing business valuation and litigation support to numerous clients.
Glenn began his professional career in the insurance field before obtaining an MBA with an emphasis in Corporation Finance, which led him to work at Ruhter & Reynolds, Inc., a boutique economic consulting firm in Dallas, Texas. Prior to joining HoganTaylor, Glenn worked as a business valuation analyst for a Tulsa area accounting firm and later with his own litigation support practice.
Glenn received the designation of Accredited Valuation Analyst (AVA) in 2004 and is currently credentialed as a Certified Valuation Analyst (CVA). He is a member of the National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts, the National Association for Business Economics, and the National Association of Forensic Economics.
CERTIFICATIONS & HONORS
- Certified Valuation Analyst (CVA)
PROFESSIONAL & CIVIC AFFILIATIONS
- National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts, member
- National Association for Business Economics, member
- National Association of Forensic Economics, member
- MBA with Emphasis in Corporation Finance, University of Dallas (1992)
- Highest Honors
- B.A. International Business, Grove City College (1986)
- Magna Cum Laude
- St. Gregory’s University (2009 – 2017)
- LeTourneau University (1993 – 2009)
SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS & PUBLISHED ARTICLES
- “Analyzing Lost Earnings: The Search for Gross Wages,” Tulsa Lawyer, February 2010.
- “The 2008/2009 Financial Crisis and Its Effect on Business Valuation Analyses,” Tulsa Lawyer, August 2009.
- “The 2008/2009 Financial Crisis: Its Effect on Post-trial Economic Damages Calculations,” Tulsa Lawyer, June 2009.
- “Will Hedging with Natural Gas Derivatives Reduce Price Volatility and Supply Cost for Investor-Owned Local Gas Distribution Companies?” Derivatives Risk Management Service, October 1997.
- “The Natural Gas Basis Anomaly of the Winter of 1995 – 1996; Will Additional NYMEX Futures Contract Delivery Points Provide More Dependable Risk Management Tools?” with Mary Graves, Ph.D., CPA, CMA, Derivatives Risk Management Service, December 1996.
- “The Post Arkansas Best Environment: Tax Implications for Energy Hedgers,” with Mary M. Graves, CPA, CMA, Petroleum Accounting and Financial Management Journal, Spring 1995.
- “NYMEX Natural Gas Futures and Options: A Study of Price Risk Management,” with Mary Graves Pfeffer, Petroleum Accounting and Financial Management Journal, Fall/Winter 1993.
- “Richard Nelson Bolles’ Work What Color is Your Parachute? A Model for Helping Fulfill the Christian Mission in Higher Education for Adult Students in a Postmodern Environment,” Faculty Dialogue, Issue 26, Winter 1996.