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      Senior Managing Consultant, International Arbitration

      New York, NY

      $110,000 - $275,000


      A leading global consulting firm is looking to hire a Senior Managing Consultant, to join its New York office.

      The firm’s international arbitration professionals rank within the top expert firms according to GAR (Global Arbitration Review) 100 Expert Witness Firms’ Power Index. The firm’s experts have been arbitrators and have held senior-level positions with government agencies. Experts have a first-hand knowledge of the key issues of importance to government agencies and arbitration panels. The firm has been engaged in disputes concerning breach of contract, post-closing purchase price disputes, accounting issues, damages, and other valuation-related matters; as well as a variety of contractual disputes involving share purchase agreements, post-acquisition settlements, supply contracts, joint venture agreements, and build-operate-transfer arrangements, among many others.

      This position requires a highly motivated problem solver with strong analytical capabilities, someone with experience and a continued desire to work in a consulting firm advising clients. It includes disputes involving damages assessments in cross border contracts, alleged violations of bilateral investment treaties including expropriation and FET claims, among others. Teams are therefore tasked with valuation of assets including: infrastructure, energy, mining, real estate, intellectual property; securities and banking; tax and transfer pricing; competition; and energy. These disputes regularly involve parties in Asia, Australia, Europe, Middle East, North America, and South America. The work of senior staff can be either qualitative or quantitative in nature, and projects range from industry and subject-matter research to data collection to the preparation of statistical, financial, and other forms of analysis.

      The firm’s experts identify key issues; appropriately apply relevant theories; and use sophisticated techniques to develop independent, objective, and reasonable analyses and opinions. Experts have participated in some of the largest and most significant disputes in the world. They have presented oral and written evidence before arbitration panels in proceedings involving disputes between investors and governments concerning investors’ expectations, regulatory regime changes, indirect expropriation, sovereign insurance claims, and damages quantification.


      Skills, Knowledge & Experience

      • Quantification of damages related to expropriation, breach of contract, and anticompetitive behavior.
      • Assessment of damages associated with sovereign debt restructurings.
      • Evaluation of the efficacy of regulations enacted by governments.
      • Economic and accounting analysis of investments.
      • Analysis of financial reporting under international accounting standards (e.g., IFRS).
      • Analysis of cartel cases in the European Union and evaluation of fines in antitrust actions.
      • Calculation of lost profits.


      Company Benefits

      • A bachelor’s degree with a focus in accounting, economics, Finance, IP, Valuation, Statistics, and strategic analysis. A master’s degree or MBA is required;
      • Minimum six (6+) years of experience in disputes-oriented work, preferably working with international clients;
      • Proven capability with MS Excel and other statistical analysis programs (e.g. SAS, SQL, SPSS, Stata, R) is preferred;
      • Commitment to producing high quality analysis and attention to details;
      • Strong verbal and written communication skills; and
      • Desire to work within a team environment.

      Posted by

      Ben Kinley

      Group Managing Director

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