Isaac Salem is a Vice President in the valuation and advisory services practice at Teknos. He has several years of experience in financial analysis, economic analysis, and business valuation. Isaac has completed hundreds of valuation projects including stock option analysis for financial reporting purposes, intangible asset valuations, complex security valuations, and transactions.
Prior to joining Teknos, Isaac conducted evaluations for the World Bank. While there, he was responsible for measuring the impact of the Bank’s investments and advisory services on the development of financial markets in emerging economies. Isaac also has worked in private equity, structured finance, and fixed income investing as an Analyst at Franklin Templeton where he was responsible for making investment recommendations on Latin American bonds, currencies, and related derivatives.
Isaac received an MBA from the Darden Graduate School of Business Administration at University of Virginia, an MA from the School of Advanced International Studies at Johns Hopkins University, and a BA from Pomona College.