Experience: Applying vast experience to tomorrow’s assignments

We have an in-depth knowledge of many industries around the world and have discovered and defined value in virtually every scenario imaginable.

Although no two projects are ever the same, there is a strong likelihood that we are able to apply our vast experience to your particular needs. You can gain a better understanding of our past experience and how this may relate to your needs by searching our case snapshot database.

Show advanced filters

303 Case snapshots

2458LDN
Lloyd's of London Cancels Binder

Two Lloyd's of London syndicates requested review of several treaties with Russian motor insurers placed under a single coverholder agreement. Underwriters had concerns regarding undeclared premium, overstated claims costs and poor management controls. Following review, the binder was cancelled.

  • Insurance / Investigation
  • Business & Professional Services
  • Russia
china map
Legislation Change Blocks Funds Transfer

A joint venture in China could not transfer distributable earnings to its US partner due to a change in Chinese legislation, requiring quantification of the resulting loss of income. Review involved analysis of performance and ability to make contractual payments.

  • Legal / Quantification
  • Energy, Mining & Utilities
  • Disputes / Contractual Dispute
  • China
accounting-for-an-industry-downturn.jpg
Accounting for an Industry Downturn

Following a fire at a plant in Poland, a component supplier to the automobile industry claimed a US $30 million loss. We reviewed and separated out the impact of the auto industry downturn from the impact of the fire.

  • Insurance / Quantification
  • Manufacturing
  • Property / Business Interruption
  • Poland
United Nations Compensation Commission Claims
United Nations Compensation Commission Claims

Instructed by the United Nations Compensation Commission (UNCC) to report on sovereign claims arising from the first Gulf War. RGL investigated claims presented on behalf of the Government of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and reported to the UNCC Tribunal.

  • Insurance / Quantification
  • Financial Lines / Political Risk
  • Saudi Arabia
Exploiting Insufficient Segregation of Duties
Exploiting Insufficient Segregation of Duties

A German specialty chemical manufacturer suspected embezzlement at a Japanese subsidiary. Investigation revealed an employee exploited insufficient segregation of duties to manipulate recorded consumption tax payments. The employee stole approximately JPY 60 million (US$720,000) over the course of three years.

  • Corporate / Investigation
  • Manufacturing
  • Forensic Investigation / Fraud
  • Japan
Steam Turbine Failure
Steam Turbine Failure

Analyzed damages from the mechanical failure of a steam turbine. Quantification included lost sales due to the failure, incremental costs incurred by the business owner, along with the management of documentation relating to the rebuild of the facility and machinery.

  • Insurance / Quantification
  • Manufacturing
  • Property / Business Interruption
  • United States
Recreating the Money Trail
Recreating the Money Trail

Working for the receiver, analyzed the theft of investor funds in excess of $100M by the general partner of a real estate investment tax shelter. Reviewed transactions to create a comprehensive money trail to determine the validity of fraud allegations.

  • Legal / Quantification
  • Business & Professional Services
  • Forensic Investigation / Fraud
  • United States
contract disputes
Contract Dispute at the Border

Measured damages in regard to a contract dispute between parties involved in the construction of a US border fence project, including the review and analysis of various contract documents, plans, and construction schedules.

  • Legal / Quantification
  • Construction
  • Disputes / Contractual Dispute
  • United States
Industry Experience

Every case is unique – talk to BTVK Advisory today

Get in touch with our London Office

09:06 am

Local time