Mukarram Attari

Vice President, Co-Practice Leader of Finance

Dr. Mukarram Attari is a vice president and co-practice leader of Finance at CRA. He is an expert in the fields of modeling, valuation, and trading of assets with particular emphasis on illiquid securities and markets.

Dr. Attari has experience in the modeling and valuation of a variety of financial contracts including equity securities, debt instruments, commodities, and various types of complex structured securities and derivatives.

Dr. Attari has worked on matters involving the valuation and trading of credit default swaps, bonds, interest rate related contracts, commodities, and foreign exchange. He has worked on valuation disputes between corporations and investors, and securities class actions. In addition to work on finance related matters, Dr. Attari has worked on a number of investigations and reviews of financial markets and institutions by competition authorities. Dr. Attari’s clients have included government agencies, investment banks, private equity firms, auditors, and corporations and their officers and directors.

Prior to joining CRA, Dr. Attari was a professor of finance at the University of Wisconsin at Madison. He has taught courses on options, futures, derivatives, fixed-income securities, corporate finance, and international finance. While in India, Dr. Attari was a management consultant with Andersen Consulting (now Accenture) in its Bombay office.

Selected Engagements

  • 01
    Energy Industry Merger Litigation
    CRA was retained by counsel for an energy infrastructure company that had agreed to be acquired by a firm in its industry to provide support in litigation...
    View engagement
  • 02
    Sprint and T-Mobile merger
    CRA consultants advised Sprint as it sought regulatory approval of its merger with T-Mobile. CRA economists provided analyses related to coordinated effects...
    View engagement
  • 03
    EU drops its antitrust investigation into 13 investment banks over credit default swaps
    The Commission has decided to close its investigation into 13 investment banks suspected of anticompetitive conducts into the credit default swap market. The...
    View engagement


Get In Touch