Russell Bregman

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11005 Rosemont Drive
Rockville, Maryland 20852

Phone: (240) 678-9075

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My career began in public accounting in 1989 in the auditing and consulting department of Grant Thornton in Pretoria, South Africa. While at Grant Thornton, I provided auditing, accounting and consulting services for public companies, family owned businesses, and government organizations. On arriving in the United States in 1996 I joined Grossberg Company, a public accounting firm in Bethesda, Maryland providing auditing, accounting and tax preparation services for family owned businesses, and employee benefit plans. In 2000, I joined Valuation Services, Inc., a valuation and consulting firm in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. Currently, I am in private practice providing consulting and valuation services to various professional service providers for purposes of divorce and marital dissolution, ESOP reporting, litigation support and gift and estate tax planning/reporting.

My valuation experience includes the valuation of fractional ownership interests and privately owned businesses including ESOPs and I have been engaged as an Expert Witness in the areas of valuation of closely held businesses and fractional interests in closely held businesses. I am also trained in mediation and collaborative divorce. I am also an active member of national and local valuation related professional organizations.


• Certified Valuation Analyst
• Certified Public Accountant
• Trained Mediator
• Trained in Collaborative Divorce
• Chartered Accountant (SA)
• University of South Africa - Honors Bachelor of Accounting Science - 1994
• University of South Africa - Bachelor of Accounting Science - 1992


• American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA)
• National Association of Certified Valuation Analysts (NACVA)
• Maryland Chapter of Certified Valuation Analysts
• Collaborative Divorce Association (CDA)
• Collaborative Dispute Resolution Professionals (CDRP)
• ESOP Association


• United State District Court
• Circuit Court for Montgomery County





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