Navin is a Senior Managing Director in the economic & financial consulting practice in London.
Navin has extensive experience of advising in arbitration and other disputes and on competition matters including market investigations. He has advised in a variety of industry sectors on lost profits, valuation, pricing and cost allocation.
During his 18 years in financial analysis and economic consultancy, Navin has undertaken a wide range of assignments globally.
Navin’s international arbitration and domestic litigation practice typically focuses on the assessment of lost profits, valuation, accounting disputes, wasted costs, cost allocation and expert determinations. He has worked on matters before the UK High Court, the AAA, UNCITRAL and ICC arbitration forums, the Upper Tax Tribunal and in mediation.
Navin has acted as an expert on a number of matters, most recently in relation to a large dispute where he provided oral evidence before an ICC Tribunal.
Additionally, Navin is an expert on providing competition and regulatory advice, particularly in relation to follow-on damages, market investigations, pricing issues, cost allocation and accounting separation. His roles have involved acting before competition authorities, government departments, and regulatory bodies.
Navin has worked on
- Major loss of profit claims
- Expert determination
- Competition damages and market investigations
Navin is a fellow of the ICAEW. He often presents on valuation and damages issues and has acted as an expert witness at advocacy workshops organised by the Foundation for International Arbitration Advocacy (FIAA).