Hakan Sanli

Hakan Sanli

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Mr. Sanli is a Valuation Manager at Adams Capital, LLC.  He has experience in the valuation of both public and privately held companies, family limited partnership valuations, stock option and warrant valuations, tangible and intangible property valuations, fairness opinions, and quantification of discounts for lack of marketability and control.

While with Adams Capital, Mr. Sanli has been engaged to perform valuations for purposes relating to financial reporting, tax reporting, transaction advisory services, and litigation support involving both the fair market value and fair value standards.  These engagements include purchase price allocation, transfer pricing, impairment testing of goodwill and other intangible assets, management and estate planning, gift and transfer tax, and dispute resolution.

Mr. Sanli’s industry experience includes foods, hotels, textiles, telecommunications, business services, chemicals, publishing, wholesaling, manufacturing, mining, information technology, healthcare, automotive, and real estate.  Mr. Sanli’s international experience is comprised of valuing companies with additional operations outside the United States including Mexico, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and the Middle East.

Mr. Sanli has passed the third of four exams for the Accredited Senior Appraiser (“ASA”) designation.


  • Georgia Institute of Technology, B.S., Business Administration, Atlanta, Georgia, 2011
    • Concentrations: Finance, Operations, and Supply Chain Management
    • Certificate: Entrepreneurship


  • Adams Capital, LLC, Atlanta, Georgia
    • Valuation Manager, 2015 to present
  • Adams Capital, Inc., Atlanta, Georgia
    • Senior Valuation Consultant, 2014 to 2015
  • Adams Capital, Inc., Atlanta, Georgia
    • Valuation Consultant, 2011 to 2014


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