Paul provides financial analysis and advice to lawyers and clients in the context of disputes. He has particular experience of running investigations, including in white collar crime, personal and corporate insolvency, professional negligence, regulatory, and commercial disputes.
Paul has presented internally and externally on fraud risk and financial controls, understanding accounts and reviewing forecasts. He also has extensive financial modelling experience.
Paul is an Associate of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW), and a member of the ICAEW's Forensic and Expert Witness Group.
Paul has held several voluntary roles, including two years as national finance director, of a global personal development organisation, Junior Chamber International.
In the context of a $1bn claim regarding an overseas bank allegedly manipulating its financial statements, Paul managed several lines of investigation, including reviewing financial and other documentary evidence obtained from electronic server imaging, and tracing and mapping money flows.
Paul has led no-notice investigations, in the context of royalty disputes and service agreement disputes.
Paul has experience of investigations in the context of insolvency matters, such as directors' conduct.
Paul's other investigation experience, includes sector experience in insurance, law, real estate, charities, education and local authorities.