Jason M. Boyer

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Specialty

Mergers and acquisitions
Valuations
Dispute analysis
Private equity reviews
Mining
Forest
 Paper and Packaging

Experience

Deals

Education

Western University
University of British Columbia

Jason Boyer is a vice president in the Deals practice of PwC Canada working in the Vancouver office. He has ten years of specialist experience in business valuation and litigation support.

Jason has provided extensive financial, valuation, and other strategic advisory-related services to enterprises in a wide variety of industries and countries in North America and Asia-Pacific. This includes business and intangible asset valuations, business/due diligence reviews, validation of key strategic or investment decisions, fairness opinions, shareholder value analysis, and the preparation and assessment of business plans/cases.

Recent transactions:

  • Independent expert report in relation to the $5 billion merger of equals between two ASX listed Coal Mining companies in accordance with ASIC Regulatory Guide 111.
  • Formal valuation and fairness opinion for a going private transaction of a TSX listed Software Company in accordance with OSC Multilateral Instrument 61-101.
  • Independent valuation reports in respect of the intangible assets and intellectual property of various Canadian companies for tax and financial reporting purposes.
  • Independent valuation reports in relation to timberland and infrastructure assets held by international investment managers.

During the period 2009 to 2012, Jason worked in the PwC Valuations practice in Sydney, Australia. Jason has a Bachelor degree in finance and economics from Western University and a graduate diploma of accounting from the University of British Columbia. He is also a Chartered Accountant and a Chartered Business Valuator. In 2008, Jason was based in Berlin, Germany for four months while he attended Genesis Park, PwC's in-residence global leadership development programme. Prior to joining the PwC Valuations practice in 2003, Jason worked in South Korea for two years.