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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.

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303 Case snapshots

To Sell or Not to Sell

A company’s largest customer approached it with a unique proposal — to buy its flagship brand. The offer raised a number of business issues: the value of the overall company, the brand value contribution, and the value of the customer relationship. Using customer analytics to evaluate these factors, the company was able to make an informed decision to decline the offer — and is today doing more business than ever with the customer.

  • Corporate / Quantification
  • Manufacturing
  • Corporate consulting / Data Analytics
  • United States
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Semiconductor manufacturing losses

Following an earthquake in Taiwan several manufacturers were badly affected. We quantified losses to semiconductor facilities that resulted in business interruption claims in excess of $200m.

  • Insurance / Quantification / Investigation
  • Energy, Mining & Utilities
  • Property / CAT
  • Taiwan
Mine Flooding in Queensland

Worked with other experts including mining engineers and economists to quantify the financial losses in a business interruption claim in excess of US $1.3 billion from a multinational mining group arising from the flooding of a number of coal mines in Queensland, Australia. Review involved investigation into approved ‘price spikes’ and costs of production. The review took place in Australia, with numerous meetings in London, and the case settled in mediation in Singapore.

  • Insurance / Quantification
  • Property / Business Interruption
  • Australia
Calling Losses into Focus

Review of a claimed business interruption loss resulting from damage to the Insured’s mobile phone network in Oman. The review involved separating out losses relating to insured and uninsured events.

  • Insurance / Quantification / Investigation
  • Technology, Media & Telecoms
  • Property / Business Interruption
  • Oman
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Steel Mill Losses

A steel mill in Ukraine suffered a large business interruption loss. Matters were complicated by interdependency losses suffered by group companies. Detailed accounting documentation was analysed and the primary loss was reconciled to the interdependency losses.

  • Insurance / Quantification / Investigation
  • Energy, Mining & Utilities
  • Property / Business Interruption
  • Russia
Analysis of Structured Finance

Analyzed income statements of a mixed-use commercial facility on behalf of a lender’s structured finance team. The requested borrowing base exceeded $147 million and was highly levered. We were engaged to document all revenue sources for the trailing 12 months, provide a lease review, analyze rent rolls, test annual expenditures and review contractual obligations, property tax, insurance premiums and utility expenses.

  • Corporate / Valuation
  • Transaction Advisory
  • United States
Investigating A Confidentiality Breach

A large multinational oil company suspected an employee of a continuing directorial relationship with his previous company, which was a vendor. This raised concerns of conflict of interest and confidentiality. Our investigation was comprised of on-site disk imaging of the suspect’s laptop and forensic analysis within our secure laboratory, including document extraction, keyword searching and an export of web- and server-based emails.

  • Corporate / Investigation
  • Oil, Gas & Petrochemicals
  • Cyber Consulting / Forensic Investigation / Forensic Technology
  • United Kingdom
Contract Dispute in Kuwait

Prepared an expert report for an ICC Arbitration, quantifying the loss of profit suffered by a Kuwaiti firm due to the alleged wrongful termination of an exclusive distribution agreement with an international pharmaceutical company. An expert meeting was held in the UK and the quantum was agreed in a Joint Statement, subject to matters for the Tribunal to determine.

  • Legal / Quantification
  • Logistics & Transportation
  • Disputes / Employment Law
  • Kuwait
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