Samuel Lynch

Charles River Associates (Boston)
Economist (Principal)

Mr. Samuel Lynch specializes in business valuation, the valuation of commercial contracts, and in the creation, trading, and valuation of financial securities. He has managed numerous matters for clients, including securities litigations, complex commercial litigations, internal investigations, bankruptcies, and tax disputes. He has extensive experience consulting on matters in the financial services sector as well as in telecommunications, health care, pharmaceuticals, ecommerce, transportation, and other industries, and has worked with clients in domestic arbitrations, international arbitrations, and mediation. Prior to joining CRA, he consulted at Monitor Group, where he specialized in applying insights from corporate finance to clients’ business strategy. Mr. Lynch’s broad range of experience in finance also includes economic consulting for Cambridge Finance Partners, research for Harvard Business School, and investment banking in the municipal finance department at Goldman, Sachs & Co.

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CRA International (London)
CRA International (London)

Articles

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Oliver Latham, Simon Chisholm, Samuel Lynch The UK Competition Authority clears the takeover of a mobile payments company after conducting an in-depth Phase 2 probe (PayPal / iZettle)

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Acquisitions of Potential Rivals in Digital/Tech: Valuation Analysis as Key Economic Tool - PayPal/iZettle Antitrust authorities everywhere are increasingly concerned with so-called “killer acquisitions” – cases where an established incumbent buys up a small rival which might have the potential (...)

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