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Christopher Rich, MBA


Association for Investment Management and Research

Chartered Financial Analyst - Level II Candidate

Masters in Business Administration and Finance

University of Tampa – Sykes College of Business

Bachelor of Science 

University of Delaware

Public Speaking:

Keynote speaker at TheNational Business Institute:  Approaches and Methodologies of Business and Asset Valuation


Christopher F. Rich, MBA has a dynamic and extensively strong financial background encompassing a broad range of financial disciplines. Mr. Rich worked as a Senior Financial Analyst for a number of years during which time he performed a wide variety of business, operational and equity valuation assignments as well as numerous financial consulting engagements for both closely and publicly-held companies.  His engagements include, but are not limited to, tangible and intangible asset valuation, merger and acquisition support and business operations consulting; moreover, a number of the aforementioned engagements were utilized as expert financial testimony for litigation support on legal matters of the court as well as Securities and Exchange Commission corporate investigations. 

In Addition, Mr. Rich has far-reaching commercial real estate expertise. More specifically, he has performed numerous commercial real estate valuation and assurance and analysis assignments for the banking and real estate development industries with a concentration on anchored retail properties, multi-family housing, office buildings and vacant land.  

Presently, Mr. Rich has a “boutique” financial and investment services practice in Tampa, Florida that provides capital, retirement income and estate management services to affluent professionals and retirees.  Additionally, Mr. Rich consults, designs and implements corporate benefit packages such as 401 (k) and group health care plans for closely-held companies as well as Delaware Statutory Trust (DST) Section 1031 Exchanges.


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