Viral joined KPMG in 1990 and has specialised in commercial valuations since moving to KPMG corporate finance in 1997. He has performed valuations for public and private companies in a wide range of industries across the globe and primarily focuses on providing deal related valuation advice to financial services clients.
He has led multi disciplinary teams providing pre-deal and post-deal valuation support for a range of scenarios, from pricing analysis to purchase price allocations, as well as acting as independent expert. Most recently, Viral has provided valuation and structuring advice to numerous financial services entities in connection with their Brexit plans.
He was seconded to the Resolution Directorate of the Bank of England where he led a project on how bail-in would work as a future resolution tool. This included the design of the valuation framework and requirements for the implementation of such a tool. As part of this role, he represented the Bank of England on the European Banking Authority (EBA) valuation working group that was tasked with drafting the regulatory technical standards on valuation as required under the European Union Bank Recovery and Resolution Directive.
BSc (Hons), Mathematics, University of East Anglia, England
Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales
Fellow of the Securities Institute
Member of the Society of Share and Business Valuers
KPMG Accredited Valuation Specialist
Pre- and post-deal acquisition accounting valuations
Restructuring and corporate reorganisations