“Our clients range from small start-ups to large multinationals. One unchanging, but often overlooked, factor is that privately held enterprises account for a majority of the businesses in the United States. Providing professional and reliable appraisals to our clients is consistently rewarding and beneficial, supporting the continuation of family owned businesses nationwide.”

Douglas A. Knapp, ASA

Vice President / Partner
609-737-9600, Ext. 127

Douglas Knapp began his career with BCG Valuations as a Valuation Analyst in 2007. He was promoted to Senior Valuation Analyst in 2012 and to Vice President in 2014, the same year in which he became a member of the firm.  Doug conducts due diligence interviews, prepares valuation reports, oversees the work of associates and plays a key quality assurance role in the firm. His valuation analyses and reports are performed in the contexts of fairness opinions, mergers and acquisitions, litigation support and tax planning. Doug has developed specialties in retail supermarket and beverage distribution businesses, and his other clients range from a plastics manufacturer to companies specializing in search engine optimization (SEO) and content delivery. He has assisted trial counsel, both inside and outside the courtroom, on matters pertaining to business valuation. In addition, Doug’s valuations have passed the scrutiny of the IRS, and he has defended his opinions of value at the IRS appeals level.

In 2012, Doug achieved the Accredited Senior Appraiser (ASA) designation in business valuation issued by the American Society of Appraisers. Currently, he is an officer and board member of the Princeton Chapter of the American Society of Appraisers.

A magna cum laude graduate of Rider University, Doug earned a B.S. in Business Administration with a finance major.

Before joining BCG Valuations, Doug worked as a temporary employee at Bloomberg L.P., as a Profiles Analyst. Throughout college, he held a position as a bookkeeper at Saker ShopRites, Inc.

In his spare time, Doug enjoys trips to the beach, spending time with his wife and son, family and friends, watching hockey and attempting to cook.