Meet the team.

Josh Cashman, JD, CFA, ASA

Josh Cashman has spent his career advising clients on matters related to investments, finance, and valuation. Prior to Intrinsic, Josh served as a Managing Director and shareholder of a boutique Denver-based business valuation firm. Prior to that, Josh served as a Regional Vice President and Director of Private Asset Management at the TIAA-CREF Trust Company, where he spent ten years working, and attending DU’s graduate law, finance, and MBA programs at night. At the TIAA-CREF Trust Company, Josh analyzed publicly traded securities for investment by high net worth individuals. In addition, he provided estate planning services to clients of the Trust Company.

At Intrinsic, Josh does business and intangible asset valuations for private and publicly traded companies across the U.S. He has completed a wide variety of valuation engagements, including analyses involving financial reporting, tax, solvency/insolvency, estate planning, corporate finance, and expert witness/litigation support. In addition, Josh has performed analyses related to a wide variety of industries, including consumer products, financial services, packaged software, software as a service, telecommunications, healthcare IT, and online marketing.

Josh remains involved in his local community by serving on the Board of Mile High Leaps and Bounds, an organization providing respite support and education for families who care for children diagnosed with developmental disabilities. He also volunteers, when asked, to his alma mater, the Reiman School of Finance at Denver University. Josh spends the rest of his spare time in the outdoors with his wife and son.


J.D., University of Denver, Sturm College of Law
M.B.A., University of Denver, Daniels School of Business
M.S., Finance, University of Denver, Reiman School of Finance
B.A., University of Colorado


Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA)
Accredited Senior Appraiser (ASA)
Appraisal Issues Task Force (AITF)
Fair Value Forum
Colorado Bar Association
Turnaround Management Association (TMA)

Publications / Presentations

“Gaining the Upper Hand In M&A: How Well-Advised Buyers and Sellers Can Each Make the Process Work for Them” The Denver Chapter of the Association of Corporate Growth (ACG) hosts the Corporate Executive Breakfast Series, May 2017
“Evaluating Capital Adequacy and Solvency in M&A Transactions, Bankruptcy, and Fraudulent Transfer Litigation.” ASA Advanced Business Valuation Conference, San Antonio, TX. Feb 2013.
“Dividend Recapitalizations: Avoiding the Landmines.” 5th Annual Private Equity CLE, Denver, CO. Oct 2011.
“What Fair Value Auditors Want: Consistency, Communication, And Sensitivity Analysis.” Business Valuation Update. Volume 16, No. 1. 12 – 15. Jan 2010.