Kevin Yeanoplos CPA, ABV, ASA, CFF

Director of Valuation Services, Brueggeman and Johnson Yeanoplos,P.C.

Kevin is a Shareholder and the Director of Valuation Services for Brueggeman and Johnson Yeanoplos, P.C., with offices in Seattle, Phoenix, and Tucson that specializes in the areas of business and intellectual property valuation, financial analysis and litigation support. Over the last three decades, Kevin has assisted clients around the country with the valuation of a diverse array of intangibles including patents, trademarks and song catalogs to name a few, whether it be for divorce or other litigation, financial reporting, gift and estate taxes, mergers and acquisitions or ESOP’s, among others. 

A popular and experienced presenter, Kevin frequently lectures throughout the United States on the topics of valuation, applied finance and financial analysis, including presentations to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (“AICPA”), the American Society of Appraisers (“ASA”), the State Bars of Arizona and Utah, and many other professional organizations. He has been a faculty member for the AICPA’s National Business Valuation School for close to 20 years and is currently on the faculty of the National Institute for Trial Advocacy. 

Throughout his professional career, Kevin has volunteered his time and talents to give back to the public and his profession, including prior service as a Commissioner on the AICPA’s National Accreditation Commission, Chair of the AICPA’s ABV Credential Committee, Board Member of the Arizona Society of CPAs and Chair of the Arizona Board of Appraisal among others. He was recently appointed to the Arizona Commission on Judicial Performance Review by the Arizona Supreme Court. The AICPA honored Kevin’s contributions by naming him their 2006 Business Valuation Volunteer of the Year and inducting him into the AICPA Business Valuation Hall of Fame in 2010. 

When he’s not chasing down the value of the invaluable, you can find Kevin running around the country on a 200 mile Ragnar Relay, using his business acumen as a board member for a local theatre or radio station, volunteering for the Special Olympics, advocating for royalty reform as a member of the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences or interviewing the likes of Roger Daltrey, Cyndi Lauper and Brian Wilson as a Beat Writer for AXS Entertainment.