The goal of Tiger is to assist asset-based lenders and other financial institutions in gaining a complete understanding of the underlying value of inventory in distressed situations. Our experts help monitor these assets in the future on either a stand-alone basis or as raw materials at manufacturing companies.
With each appraisal, we offer clients access to our extensive knowledge base, years of experience in the industry, and also to ongoing services beyond the completion of the appraisal itself. We believe that our relationship with a client does not end with the appraisal. Each new report is the beginning of a partnership, one to which we can bring several key assets.
Liquidation Experience – With more than $2 billion of inventory liquidations and over $100 million in purchases of excess inventory in the last two years, Tiger professionals truly boast broad experience in liquidations of retail, wholesale, and industrial inventory. At Tiger, individuals responsible for liquidations and store closings also lead appraisal transactions. Our ability to leverage previous experience affords clients confidence in the accuracy and reliability of our valuations.
Industry-Specific Know-How – Our diverse staff of experienced professionals enables us to match appraisers with specific industry and liquidation knowledge and experience to each client and company, thus guaranteeing a seamless appraisal process.
Bankruptcy Knowledge – If a credit nears insolvency, Tiger and affiliated companies have over 30 years of experience working within all aspects of the bankruptcy process and have served as workout professionals, receivers, and chief restructuring officers.
Ability to Mobilize Quickly – An inventory appraisal is a complex project often performed under tight deadlines. Tiger's professionals can mobilize quickly in order to minimize potential delays and losses.
Ongoing Service – Tiger’s work has just begun with the completion of an appraisal report—we remain your partner throughout the life of credit. Tiger professionals track accounts beyond the appraisal process and notify lenders of any significant changes in the company or industry.