Abrams Valuation Group, Inc.
Uniquely Applying Original Valuation Theory

Creativity • Mathematical Sophistication • Excellence

Chaim Borevitz, CBA, CEPA, MBA

Managing Director

Chaim Borevitz, CBA, CEPA, MBA is the Managing Director of Abrams Valuation Group, Inc. and runs its East Coast Office in New York. Mr. Borevitz is a Certified Business Appraiser, a designation awarded by the Institute of Business Appraisers.  He began working for Abrams Valuation Group, Inc. in 1997 after receiving an MBA with an emphasis in Finance and Entrepreneurship from San Diego State University. 

Mr. Borevitz has provided valuation services to clients representing a variety of organizations from small entrepreneurs and family limited partnerships to firms with market capitalization of $1 billion for numerous purposes, including the following:

  • Expert Witness/Litigation Support  
  • Mergers & Acquisitions and Sales
  • Estate Planning
  • Exit/Succession Planning
  • Venture Capital Funding 
  • Employee Stock Ownership Plans
  • Shareholder Buy/Sell Agreements 
  • Asset Protection
  • Income Taxes
In addition to valuing common equity, Mr. Borevitz has experience valuing:
  • Stock Options
  • Restricted Securities
  • Life Insurance Policies
  • Split Dollar Life Insurance  
  • Debt, corporate and personal
  • Preferred Equity, performing and non-performing
  • Intangible Assets

As a Certified Exit Planning Advisor (CEPA), Chaim helps clients plan and execute a successful exit from their business.  He uses his knowledge and personal skills to enable business owners to identify and achieve their personal, business, and financial goals.  Chaim helps clients solve and resolve both soft and hard issues in the exit process.  His exit planning advice benefits business owners whether they sell to a 3rd party or make an internal transfer of ownership to relatives or employees.   

The clients which Mr. Borevitz has worked for represent a wide array of different industries including: aerospace, bio-tech, business services, computer software & hardware, construction, e-commerce, financial services, food processing & wholesaling, garment manufacture & wholesaling, medical devices & services, real estate, security, and sporting goods.