Nicole Gossett Joins Decosimo As Valuation Services Manager

Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Decosimo, a Top 100 accounting and business advisory firm, has added Nicole Gossett as a valuation services manager with the Decosimo Advisory Services practice group. 

A certified valuation analyst, Ms.

Gossett brings more than 10 years of experience to her new position, having performed valuation and litigation support services in the areas of financial reporting, healthcare regulatory, family law, commercial litigation, economic damages and forensic accounting. 

Ms. Gossett has specialized in health care and physician practice valuation services, consulting with hospital management and attorney teams in valuation engagements involving the preparation of complex physician compensation fair market value analyses. She also has considerable experience in the healthcare and physician practice fields with on-call coverage agreements, professional services agreements, employee agreements and medical directorships. 

“Nicole is a tremendous addition to our team,” said Shannon Farr, Director of Valuation Services with Decosimo. “Nicole has a wide range of experience, and her expertise in the business valuations of hospitals, physician practices, clinics and home health providers will be particularly helpful as the firm continues to grow our healthcare practice.” 

Along with providing valuations for transactional and litigation support, Ms. Gossett has experience in assisting legal counsel in addressing financial issues throughout the litigation process. She has worked in the areas of document production and review, preparation of financial affidavits, income analyses, equitable distribution schedules, standard of living analyses, child support and alimony calculations.  

A graduate of Georgia State University with a degree in Business Administration, Ms. Gossett earned her Certified Valuation Analyst (CVA) certificate from the National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts. She is currently pursuing the Accredited Senior Appraisers designation in Business Valuation from the American Society of Appraisers.

 


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