Michael Pavliv joined BCG Valuations as an intern in May 2018 and was promoted to Valuation Technician upon his graduation from Rider University in December 2018. He was promoted to Valuation Analyst in March 2019. Michael conducts financial research and analysis for both publicly traded companies and the industries in which they function. He is also responsible for reviewing and adjusting, for valuation purposes, the financial statements of BCG Valuations clients, and assists in the preparation of narrative appraisal reports. He meets with the management of client companies for due diligence purposes.
Michael holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Business Administration from Rider University, where he majored in finance. As an undergraduate, his course work included intermediate corporate finance, investments, financial markets and institutions, international finance, financial planning, business law, cost management, and financial analysis and ethics. Michael graduated with summa cum laude distinction, and he was named an Andrew J. Rider Scholar, an honor awarded to the top 1% of the student body.
While at Rider, Michael was a member of Beta Gamma Sigma, the international honor society serving business programs accredited by AACSB International, as well as the Finance Society. In his final year at Rider, Michael worked as a peer tutor for the University’s Academic Success Center, tutoring students in individualized sessions for various courses in finance, statistics, and management. He was also once Managing Editor for his collegiate newspaper.
“In my short time with BCG Valuations, I’ve found my associates to be constantly unfazed by the complex valuations that come through our offices. This is undoubtedly due to the savvy and professionalism shared by all of my colleagues. We don’t just welcome challenging projects – we embrace them.”