As an entrepreneur, the valuation of your company is something that you’re always thinking about. However, you may have heard something about a 409A Valuation and are wondering…

  • What is a 409A Valuation?
  • Why do startups need a 409A Valuation?
  • When do you need a 409A Valuation?
  • How is a 409A Valuation calculated?
  • Who can help provide 409A Valuation services?

Join Early Growth and Bryson Lord from Economics Partners for our upcoming webinar as we navigate through all those questions and more.

In addition to the basics of a 409A valuation, we’ll also address questions about if and how the current COVID-19 pandemic might affect whether you need to update your existing 409A valuation (spoiler: you might not need to, but it could be beneficial to update it now).

Bryson Lord, Partner at Economics Partners

Bryson Lord

Bryson Lord is a Partner of Economics Partners. He leads the firm’s valuation practice and is actively involved in business valuations for strategic, partnership buy/sell situations, income tax, gift & estate and financial reporting purposes.

Mr. Lord has substantial accounting and finance experience having been involved with the implementation of two Sarbanes-Oxley certification programs at public companies, advising clients on raising public and private capital offerings and valuing companies and investment securities.

Bryson is Accredited in Business Valuation (ABV) by the American Institution of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) and is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA).