Joe Aldous is a Partner in BTVK Advisory’s London office and has specialised in forensic accounting since 2001. He has worked with many of the leading insurance companies and law firms around the world and reviewed losses in over 25 countries.

Joe specialises in the quantification of major and complex Business Interruption losses in the following sectors:

  • Energy and power generation
  • Industrial production
  • Food & beverage manufacturing
  • Leisure


He has also prepared expert witness reports and calculations for the Court, arbitration and mediation.

Joe Aldous

Education

Bachelor of Science, Construction, 1992

Professional Credentials

Fellow of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants

Certified Fraud Examiner

Professional History

2018 – Present BTVK Advisory, London, UK

2001 – 2018 RGL Forensics, London, UK

1997 – 1999 Horwath Clark Whitehill, London, UK

1996 – 1997 Peterson Consulting, London, UK

1995 – 1996 Ballams Chartered Accountants, Ipswich, UK

Court Experience

Joe has been involved in the preparation of expert accounting evidence for defendants and claimants. More recently he has been involved in the preparation of single joint expert evidence.

Related News and Insights

Offshore Windfarm

Article

November 2017

Offshore Wind Strikes Back

With everything that has been going on in the news recently you may have missed what I consider to be a significant event in the UK power market. The Contracts for Difference (“CfD”) Second Allocation Results were released in September 2017 and the Strike Price for new offshore wind power is now cheaper than new nuclear. In this article I will examine the implications of CfDs on Business Interruption risks.

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Article

December 2012

Gross Trading

In 2011, Scottish & Southern Energy declared its intention to phase-in “a new and transparent” approach to the management of its supply and demand requirements. This approach, “Gross Trading” involves the auction of all of its electricity supply, and the purchase of all of its electricity demand, in the day-ahead market. RGL examines why a Gross Trading model would be used and some of the potential Business Interruption issues.

News

August 2012

Post Magazine Best 11 by RGL Forensics

Bringing a new twist to Post Magazine's 'My Best 11' segment, Joe Aldous and Ben Hobby, Directors at RGL's London office, offer up an imaginary best 11 fantasty claims team, carefully avoiding any similarities to actual people working in the industry - or did they?

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Article

June 2012

Plotting the Profits of the Olympics

While insurers may see an increase in companies taking additional cover during the games, increased profits for leisure businesses are far less certain. Justin Crick, partner and Joe Aldous, Director at RGL Forensics, discuss the factors to consider.