Robert W. Walter, Esq. is a securities attorney officing in Colorado. He represents small and mid-cap companies in capital market transactions including IPOs, follow-on offerings, private placements, and M&A. He also is active in representing whistleblowers before the SEC in connection with potential violations of the federal securities laws.Since 2000 and 2012, he has also served as an instructor of continuing professional education (CPE) courses for the AICPA and IASeminars, London, England, respectively. He has written ten CPE courses and six books on SEC reporting and capital markets, corporate governance, small business financing, business ethics, business law, and financial statement fraud. Mr. Walter received the AICPA's Outstanding Discussion Leader award in 2015, 2014 and 2013, placing him among the top 20 AICPA instructors nationally. The opinions he expresses are his own. The CPE courses authored by Mr. Walter include: Detecting and Investigating Financial Statement Fraud; Management's Discussion and Analysis Workshop; Corporate Governance Fundamentals; Understanding the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act; SEC Reporting for International Companies; Advanced Business Law for CPAs; Real World Business Ethics (for tax practitioners, for audit and accounting, and for business and industry); Tough Economic Times, Current Issues and Critical Ethical Judgments; AICPA's Guide to Financing the Small Business; Public Reporting Responsibilities: Putting Your Best Foot Forward; and the SEC and PCAOB Quarterly Update. Mr. Walter speaks extensively on SEC and PCAOB matters, IFRS, business ethics, and risk management.at national and state conferences. Mr. Walter received his J.D. from the Duke University School of Law, and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business from Colorado State University. In 2012, he completed coursework such that he is now eligible to sit for the CPA exam. He is admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court, the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals, the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals, and the Federal District Court of the State of Colorado. He is a member of the District of Columbia bar, the Colorado bar, Mensa, the Author's Guild, the American Society of Journalists and Authors, and Beta Gamma Sigma. His is also a former member of the Standing Advisory Group to the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (2004 – 2005), which advises the PCAOB in carrying out its standard-setting responsibilities and consists of approximately 33 members from throughout the U.S. with expertise in accounting, auditing, corporate finance, and corporate governance.
Deep value investor, searching for inefficiencies caused by institutional constraints. I focus on protecting the downside and identifying mispriced optionality. I like strong balance sheets with a catalyst and/or high ROIC businesses I can understand. Market cap agnostic, but I usually find the most interesting opportunities in microcaps.
Cable Car is a registered investment adviser offering a concentrated, hedged value investment strategy through fully transparent separately managed accounts. The portfolio emphasizes compelling risk/reward trade-offs identified through rigorous fundamental research. Cable Car's manager has a unique global perspective and invests the majority of his net worth alongside clients.
Sunnybrook Tickers has been for more than 30 years, an investor analyzing special situations on both the long and short side. Such situations are typically event-driven; often specific legal or regulatory catalysts are a key component of the situation. Anticipating, monitoring and discerning how the market will price in such events is the primary focus of Sunnybrook Tickers.
Do your own due diligence and don't trust everyone. Don't forget, financial statements only provide historical information and should not be your only source of analysis.
Studied in southern Louisiana obtaining my BA concentrating in management. In college I was a member of Gamma Beta Phi, Treasurer of Phi Beta Lambda and President of Omicron Delta Epsilon. Received my MBA from Richmond College in London, England in 1996. I enjoy economics and more the macro side of it vs the micro but they do go hand in hand.
My focus is on real estate and REIT investments. I serve on the boards of a number of private and closely held real estate corporations and LLCs. I also serve as a trustee and/or on the investment committee of a number of non-profit organizations.