Edward Bortnick, CPA CVA, CFD, MAFF, CFFManaging Partner
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Edward began his career in public accounting in 1971. He has served as Principal since 1977, including eighteen years in his own practice prior to merging with Simon Krowitz Bolin & Associates, P.A. in 1998. Over the years, Mr. Bortnick has acquired a unique and varied background of skills in accounting, taxation, business matters, and valuation services. His primary focus is on litigation services, specializing in valuations and bankruptcy and divorce support. He has appeared in Circuit, U.S. Bankruptcy, and Federal courts to serve as an expert in business disputes, divorce, and tax matters. Mr. Bortnick heads the firm’s Exit Planning; Litigation Support & Valuation Services practice. Mr. Bortnick also manages a conventional accounting practice including audits, reviews, compilations, tax planning and preparation, and business consulting. He is an instructor for the National Association of Certified Valuation Analysts and was a Co-Chairperson of the NACVA’s 2007 annual conference, and is on the planning committee of the NACVA’s 2011 annual conference. He is also the former president of the Maryland/DC Chapter of the National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts.
Certifications & Education
Certified Public Accountant – Maryland
Certified Valuation Analyst – National Association of Certified Valuation Analysts
Certified Fraud Deterrence Analyst – National Association of Certified Valuation Analysts
Certified Forensic and Financial Analyst – National Association of Certified Valuation Analysts
University of Maryland – Bachelor of Science – Accounting
Designated as the National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts Outstanding Member on June 9, 2008
American Bankruptcy Institute
American Institute of CPAs
Business Enterprise Institute
Maryland Association of CPAs
National Association of Certified Valuation Analysts
Valuation Strategies, a professional magazine owned by Thompson Reuters, published Mr. Bortnick’s article, Do Not Be Too Quick To Discount A Discount For Controlling Interests. You can find a copy under our Articles and Newsletters tab.