David Smith Joins Mercer Capital and Opens Houston Office

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Mercer Capital is pleased to announce that David Smith, ASA, CFA has joined the firm and leads the firm’s Houston office.

Smith, formerly the leader of the Houston valuation practice of HSSK, has over 20 years of business valuation experience. He values businesses, business interests, and intangible assets for financial reporting, corporate tax, corporate M&A, employee stock ownership plans, and gift and estate tax purposes.

David joins the firm’s Oil and Gas industry team. Throughout his career, he has worked extensively with clients in the oil and gas industry. He has performed numerous valuations in the oil and gas exploration, oil and gas field services, oil and gas equipment, and gathering system and pipeline industries.

David holds the Accredited Senior Appraiser designation from the American Society of Appraisers and the Chartered Financial Analyst designation from The CFA Institute.

“We are very pleased to have David join us. He brings a depth of experience and expertise to the firm,” commented Matt Crow, Mercer Capital’s president. “David has a stellar reputation in the Houston market and will build a strong team for the firm in Houston. We are committed to the Texas market and David’s addition allows us to continue to serve that market with the highest quality valuation and consulting services.”

Bryce Erickson, Mercer Capital’s Oil and Gas industry team and Dallas office leader, remarked, “Given David’s experience, his addition greatly strengthens our ability to serve our oil and gas clients. We couldn’t be happier to have him on board.”

Smith said, “I was initially interested in Mercer Capital because of their strong reputation. Once I met the people, I knew it was the right decision. Mercer Capital is one of the most respected business valuation and financial advisory firms in the nation. Their work and people are highly regarded. I’m looking forward to building the Houston office and am happy to be part of this great team.”

For more information about David, view his CV.

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