Miller Joins Tiger Group as Senior Director of Appraisals
APR 17, 2019 - 6:40 am
Industry veteran Matthew Miller joined asset valuation and disposition services provider Tiger Group as senior director of Appraisals. He will be responsible for the daily operations of the firm’s comprehensive consumer and industrial asset appraisal practice, directing annual valuations totaling $30 billion.
The Boston-based Miller brings with him nearly 20 years of experience in the field of inventory appraisals. He most recently worked with Gordon Brothers Group, which he joined in 2005 as a project manager before going on to serve as a senior project manager/group leader, director of Industrial Inventory and managing director of Valuations.
He began his career in 1999 as an associate with KPMG in Boston.
Miller succeeds Ryan Davis, who previously held the position and has become a managing director, overseeing the direction of the appraisal group while also working on capital projects.
“Matt is a tremendous addition to our already strong appraisal team,” said Davis. “His reputation for overseeing thorough, accurate valuations has earned him the respect of the asset-based lending and private equity communities.”
“I am thrilled to be a part of the Tiger Team,” stated Miller. “Tiger represents the highest standards in the asset appraisal business, both in terms of service and accuracy. I expect great things from our group.”
Miller has held the American Society of Appraisers’ Accredited Senior Appraiser – Machinery & Technical Specialties accreditation since 2012. He was also selected as a “Top 40 Under 40” by the Commercial Finance Association in 2016.
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