NEW YORK, MAY 6, 2020
Summit Ridge Group, LLC announced today that William “Bill” Redpath has joined the firm today as a Managing Director. Bill will augment Summit Ridge’s media and telecom valuation and financial consulting practice. Bringing more than 30 years of industry valuation experience, Bill will enhance Summit Ridge Group’s growing leadership position in valuation and related financial consulting matters including transactional support, research and litigation support in the satellite, media and telecom sectors. Prior to joining Summit Ridge Group, Bill was Vice President at BIA Advisory Services, a valuation and advisory services company.
Bill has extensive valuation experience as both an expert witness for media and telecom business litigation and as a valuation consultant. He is an Accredited Senior Appraiser (ASA) in Business Valuation, Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) and Certified Public Accountant (CPA). He also earned the Accredited in Business Valuation (ABV) designation from the American Institute of CPAs. Bill received his MBA from the University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business and BA in economics and political science from Indiana University.
“The skills Bill has developed over his career enabled him to provide expert valuation services for his clients in litigation, transaction, and tax-related valuation matters. His client-focused perspective and telecom and media valuation experience fit into the culture and fabric of our firm and we are excited to welcome Bill to our team,” said Summit Ridge Group’s founder and CEO, J. Armand Musey.
About Summit Ridge Group, LLC
Summit Ridge Group is a leading provider of valuation and related financial advisory services in the communications sector. It works on matters for transactional purposes, litigation support including expert witness testimony and restructuring. Summit Ridge Group has particular expertise in wireless spectrum and satellite communications. It is also the publisher of a leading telecommunications reference text, The Spectrum Handbook 2018 (392 pages).