Dan Gode

Dr. Dan Gode

Co-Founder, Almaris E-Learning Systems


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Council Member Biography

Dan Gode, PhD is the Co-Founder of Almaris Consulting and Training and also a Clinical Associate Professor at the Stern School of Business, New York University. He regularly consults and trains leading investment banks, accounting firms, and corporations in industry analysis, valuation, modeling, and financial reporting and analysis. His financial accounting and reporting areas of expertise include the following topics such as income taxes: deferred taxes, net operating losses, tax contingencies and unrecognized tax benefits, valuation allowances; mergers and acquisitions: acquisition method versus the asset purchase method, taxable versus non-taxable acquisitions; share-based compensation (employee stock options and restricted stock); leases: capital and operating leases, sales leasebacks; cash flows; foreign operations: translations and re-measurements; and derivatives: fair value and cash flow hedges. His finance and modeling areas of expertise includes building complex models; cost of capital computations; earnings-based valuation; and free cash flow analysis and free cash flow drivers. At Stern, Dan teaches courses in industry analysis, corporate financial accounting, financial modeling, and tax structuring and projecting financial statements. He was voted "Professor of the Year" in 2002 and 2004. Professor Gode holds a BS in Electrical Engineering, an MBA, MS in Information Systems, MS in Accounting, and a PhD in Accounting. (This is me - Update Profile)


Employment History

2000 - Unspecified
Co-Founder, Almaris E-Learning Systems
1998 - Unspecified
Clinical Associate Professor of Accounting, Tax, NEW YORK UNIVERSITY