M.B.A., Stanford Graduate School of Business; B.A., economics, Grinnell College
Summary of Experience
Mr. Maloney specializes in the application of economic and financial theory to questions arising in complex securities, finance, and valuation disputes. His litigation and advisory experience includes analyzing equities, stock options and derivatives, preferred and hybrid securities, government and agency fixed-income securities, and intangible assets. Mr. Maloney’s assignments have related to business and asset valuation, contested mergers and recapitalization transactions, insider trading allegations, tax shelters, alleged breaches of fiduciary duty, and bankruptcy and insolvency matters. In these engagements, he has managed large case teams, designed and performed analyses in support of expert reports, critiqued opposing expert reports, and assisted with preparation for depositions and trial. Prior to joining Analysis Group, Mr. Maloney worked as a research analyst focused on monetary and capital markets issues at the International Monetary Fund. He also worked in investment banking at Robert W. Baird & Co.
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les Nouvelles, 2022