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Randall Hebert joined HHM in 2004 after more than ten years of service in the retail automotive industry. Though he first worked almost exclusively with dealers and their related companies, he expanded his reach into forensics, litigation, and valuation – obtaining his Certified Valuation Analyst designation in 2007 and a Chartered Global Management Accountant designation in 2014. Today, Randall oversees the Forensics, Litigation and Valuation team of CPAs providing these services to clients in a broad range of industries and with very specific needs. He is also a lead partner in the Dealership Services Group.
With more than 20 years of experience working in and for dealerships, Randall provides specialized consulting to dealers in operational and administrative issues, including fixed and variable operations, as well as tax planning, financing, mergers and acquisitions, and investment. Direct experience in dealerships – from Service Dispatcher to Chief Operating Officer – has provided Randall with vision in all facets of dealership operations and administration. This experience brings a unique perspective and understanding rarely found in accounting professionals.
Randall’s broad experience has also helped him to develop his understanding of how businesses work – and how they are bought and sold. As a valuation professional, this experience is invaluable to his understanding of what drives value in various businesses and industries. As an expert witness in various litigation matters, his experience has shaped his ability to dissect difficult business issues and share those concepts in a meaningful way with parties to the litigation.
A long-time resident of the Chattanooga area, Randall enjoys outdoor activities like running and hiking. But, he especially enjoys exploring the beautiful Tennessee and Georgia countryside on his motorcycles. Always willing to push the envelope for a good cause, he took on the SunTrust Over the Edge cause-based skyscraper rappelling challenge in 2013. He also joined Men Go Red for the American Heart Association in 2015. Randall is also active in a number of professional and philanthropic associations.