President & CEO
is responsible for the strategy, sales, marketing and service delivery at Equity Methods
Takis leverages extensive consulting experience in overseeing the consulting practice at Equity Methods while remaining active in the firm's research efforts.
works closely with finance and HR
executives to address their equity compensation accounting, valuation, and financial reporting needs, and is critically engaged with thought-leaders from consulting firms, public accounting, and academia in addressing emerging issues.
assists over 450 companies in properly valuing and accounting for their equity compensation instruments, with a particular focus on large and generally complex programs (strategically serving over 20% of the Fortune 100).
Takis is a nationally recognized speaker at industry conferences across the country and frequently leads executive briefing sessions and firm webinars to enhance knowledge sharing among client firms and disseminate best practices throughout the industry.
is the author of Advanced Topics in Equity Compensation Accounting and Accounting for Equity Compensation (third - fifth editions), both published by the National Center for Employee Ownership
, which have been required texts for the Certified Equity Professional (CEP) designation.
has published articles in various technical publications and has also been cited in publications such as the New York Times
and Compliance Week.
Takis holds a B.S. in Economics and Finance from Arizona State University and an M.B.A. from Oxford University.