Mr. Navid provides top-level results to clients and offers extensive experience in financial advisory services and analysis, valuation, public market analysis, industry research, M&A, divestitures, growth financing, capital raise, structure evaluation and strategic advisory. He has advised companies across a wide range of sectors including agriculture, construction & homebuilding, consumer products, financial services, food & beverage, gaming, healthcare, industrial products & services, media, pharmaceuticals, real estate, retail and technology. He has participated in public and private transactions across various industries, including a triangular merger of two public energy companies, sell-side of one of the largest agricultural tire and wheel retail companies in the U.S., sell-side carve-out of a leading public healthcare software company, capital raises for a leading performance automotive parts company and buy-side advising across various sectors. Mr. Navid has history of providing creditors with full recovery for chapter 11 claims and recently procured a 100% recovery for the L’Occitane General Unsecured Creditor.
Prior to joining Province, Mr. Navid worked for two prominent Los Angeles-based middle-market investment banks. He advised on deals relating to sell-side & buy-side M&A, debt & equity financing and strategic advisory. As an investment banker, he advanced his experience in financial analyses, market research, due diligence findings and varying types of valuation models, including leveraged buyout, discounted cash flow, accretion/dilution and sum-of-the-parts.
At the start of his career, Mr. Navid worked as a business and financial analyst for RookMedia, one of the largest domain monetization companies in the world. In that role, he was in charge of financial modeling, cash flow management, producing weekly operational analysis and managing corporate development opportunities, which allowed him to acquire foundational knowledge in acquisitions, business development and new partnerships.
B.S.B.A. with a concentration in Finance, University of Southern California’s Marshall School of Business