ValueScope, Inc. is excited to announce that Tom McNulty joined the firm on April 27, 2020 as a Principal and Managing Director who will launch our Houston Office. Tom’s responsibilities include financial consulting, valuation analysis, transaction and dispute advisory, and expert testimony. In addition to serving as the Managing Director of the Houston office, Tom will assume the position of Energy Practice Leader.
Tom McNulty has 25 years of experience working across numerous industries as well as the entire energy value chain. He draws on a rare combination of industry, banking, consulting, and government experience to provide his clients with transaction, financial advisory, litigation, and valuation opinion services. Tom is a nationally recognized energy industry expert and is a frequent contributor on CNBC, Fox Business, and Bloomberg TV. In addition to his deep knowledge and experience in the energy industry, Tom is well respected for his expertise in derivatives pricing and valuation. As an advisor, and in his corporate career, Tom has delivered more than $52 billion in transaction, valuation, restructuring, and litigation projects, much of which is energy related. He has also advised on, or executed, $13 billion in M&A and principal investment deals, and executed or valued more than $14 billion notional in derivative instruments. His expert litigation work has included shareholder disputes, business valuation, derivatives and hedging, bankruptcy and restructuring matters, and economic damages assessments.
Tom holds the prestigious CQF (Certificate of Quantitative Finance) and FRM (Financial Risk Management) designations and received his BA from Yale University and MBA from Northwestern’s Kellogg School with various honors.
Tom can be reached at email@example.com and at 832-472-3717.
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Mr. McNulty has delivered more than $52 billion in energy-related transaction, valuation, restructuring, and litigation projects. He has advised on, or executed, $13 billion in M&A and principal investment deals, and executed or valued more than $14 billion notional in derivative instruments. As a merchant banker, he helps management teams grow businesses through acquisitions. He provides introductions to private capital sources, including family offices, and advises clients on valuation, risk management, and transaction structuring issues.
Transaction Advisory Services: Mr. McNulty's corporate, banking, legal, and private capital clients benefit from his broad and deep Energy M&A Experience and Expertise. He delivers services customized to the transaction at hand. He and his team expertly provide appraisals and valuations that are essential for the financial reporting and taxation requirements that all transactions generate. All segments of the Energy Complex are covered.
Commercial Analytics - Mr. McNulty works closely with energy clients to help them solve the business, competition, market, performance, and strategy challenges that they face in a rapidly changing global energy environment. Given the volatile nature of energy commodity businesses, he often helps his clients to implement Predictive Analytics and Probabilistic/Stochastic Modeling for their strategy and transaction work.
Background Experience - Mr. McNulty studied military and diplomatic history at Yale, where he was a varsity football letterman. Following graduation, he went to work on Wall Street with Brown Brothers Harriman and Co. (“BBH”), the nation’s oldest private bank. He was a Federal funds and Eurodollar trader, and also worked in the bank’s international treasury department. During his time with BBH he was selected for training in the elite US Foreign Service, and was commissioned a Foreign Service Officer in November 1990. Volunteering for critical threat postings, Mr. McNulty served tours of duty in Southeast Asia and in Russia. He was a Staff Officer at headquarters in Washington DC, where he worked on energy security issues. He left the Foreign Service to pursue his MBA at Northwestern University, where he studied Analytical Finance and Accounting.
Following business school, Mr. McNulty moved to Houston and worked with three Fortune 100 energy companies: Enron International, Duke Energy, and Plains All American. At all three companies he worked on the M&A teams and in Corporate Treasury. These roles involved transaction due diligence, strategic planning, corporate finance, risk management, and market analysis responsibilities. Mr. McNulty's career has also included substantial cross-border work in Asia, Europe, and in Latin America. His corporate experience, in particular, enhances his ability to advise clients with complex transaction, litigation, valuation, and business strategy challenges. More specifically, Mr. McNulty is an expert in treasury operations, post-merger integration, and value harvesting.
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Mechanical & Electrical Safety
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|James M. Miller, PE, PhD – Founder Dr. Miller is an Emeritus Professor at the University of Michigan College of Engineering and a registered professional engineer and consultant with over 30 years of experience as an expert witness. He has served as a consultant to industry and government and is highly qualified to give engineering testimony.|
Dr. Miller specializes in warnings, labeling and instruction manuals, consumer product design, machine guarding, process safety, fire science, vehicle visibility, tractor egress/ingress, pedestrian and worker slip and fall prevention, recreational vehicles (ATVs, boats, and personal watercraft), compliance with occupational safety and consumer safety standards (OSHA, MSDS, CPSC, ANSI, ASTM, UL, etc.).
|Mark R. Lehto, PhD – Co-Founder Dr. Lehto is a Professor of Engineering at Purdue University. He completed his Ph.D. in engineering at the University of Michigan in 1985, where he specialized in Human Factors Engineering, in particular Warnings and Labeling. He has taught courses at Purdue in human and safety factors areas, as well as decision making and artificial intelligence. He has authored numerous professionally-reviewed articles, and he has authored / coauthored internationally-recognized textbooks in the areas of human factors and ergonomics.|
Dr. Lehto specializes in knowledge engineering, warnings and instructions, structuring expert systems, accident modeling, accident statistical analysis, consumer product safety, boating safety, in-field national surveys of product usage and product information effectiveness.
David R. Clark, PE, PhD – Co-Founder Dr. Clark is an Emeritus Engineering Professor at Kettering University. He was an engineering Ph.D. graduate from the University of Michigan, where he specialized in human factors engineering and system safety analyses. In particular, his earlier degrees in mechanical and electrical areas have given him a special expertise in electrical fire- and explosion-related accidents.
Dr. Clark is also published on the topics of warnings and labeling. With considerable in-plant experience at General Motors, he is uniquely qualified to provide student theses and design projects while teaching at Kettering that deal with many types of mechanical and optimization projects. Finally, he has extensive experience working for loss control companies, performing over 150 fire origin and cause investigations in the past few years.