Paul Daddio

Paul Daddio



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Paul Daddio is a director in the transaction and financial advisory services group in Baker Tilly’s Washington, D.C. office. Paul specializes in business and intangible asset valuation and financial consulting services. He has more than 15 years of professional experience as a valuation and FP&A consultant, during which time he has developed extensive expertise working on complex analyses.

Paul performs valuation and projection modeling services for the following purposes:

  • Strategic business planning and transaction support: mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, financial planning and analysis, stock and debt issuance, etc.
  • Financial reporting: private equity/venture capital financial reporting valuations (ASC 946), purchase price allocations (ASC 805), goodwill impairment analyses (ASC 350), employee stock-based compensation reporting (ASC 718), etc.
  • Taxation planning and compliance: gift and estate tax, deferred compensation IRC 409A, IRS controversy, etc.
  • Dispute resolution and litigation support: M&A purchase price disputes, shareholder separation, business interruption, etc.

Paul is a frequent speaker on a broad array of topics relating to valuation and FP&A, and has written extensively on these subjects, having developed several thought leadership pieces.

  • Prepares valuation analyses in the context of strategy business planning and transaction support; financial reporting; tax reporting; and litigation support and dispute resolution
  • Performs analyses across a wide array of subject companies, from corporations that generate more than $1 billion per year in revenue to family-owned businesses
  • Industry experience includes a wide variety of government contractors; software and technology; aerospace and defense; IT services; engineering services; cybersecurity; medical device design; restaurants; auto dealerships; physician practices; and others
  • Chartered Financial Analyst Institute
  • American Society of Appraisers


Washington, DC


Master of Business Administration in finance

University of Texas at Austin


Bachelor of Arts in economics, political science

St. Mary’s College of Maryland