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Wina Marita

Wina began her career with Matson Driscoll & Damico in 2014 and is now a Manager in the firm’s Singapore office.

Since joining MDD, Wina has been involved mainly in the economic damage quantification of business interruption and stock losses.  She has also worked on litigation support and business valuation cases.  Wina has been involved in assignments across the region, including Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam and the Philippines.

Her industry experience includes agricultural, automotive, banking and financial services, distribution and warehouse, hotels and resorts, manufacturing, mining, petrochemical and oil refineries and technology.  Wina is fluent in Bahasa Indonesia and speaks conversational Mandarin.

Wina graduated from the University of London with a Bachelor of Science in Accounting and Finance (Honours). She is an Associate of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) and a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE).  She currently serves as the Treasurer of the Singapore Insurance Institute.

Handong Lee

Handong began his career with Matson Driscoll & Damico in 2012 and he currently manages the MDD office in Seoul.

He has vast experience in handling large and complex losses in Korea and China relating to insurance claims and commercial disputes with values in excess of USD 200 million. His forensic accounting practice focuses on business interruption, lost profits, extra expenses, liability losses, stock losses and fraud investigation. He has gained experience on catastrophes arising from the Great Tohoku Earthquake of Japan, the Thailand Flood and Typhoon Hato.

Handong has assisted in damage quantification in international arbitration caused by delays, contract disputes and post M&A disputes. His assignments include reviewing indirect cost allocation models, examining activity logs and verifying the financial information complies with the accounting standards. In addition, he has worked on divorce matters in relation to valuation of marital assets and liabilities and has conducted fund tracing exercises to identify the nature of transactions.

He has strong expertise across a multitude of industries, including retail and automotive, electronics, oil & gas, chemical, apparel, shipbuilding, hotel & casino and financial institutions.

Handong has presented numerous seminars and workshops on loss of profit and financial condition analysis to insurance and legal professionals in both Seoul and Hong Kong.

He graduated from the University of Queensland with a Bachelor of Commerce Degree in Accounting. Handong is also a qualified accountant in UK and Australia. He is a native Korean speaker.

Chris Wigley

Chris joined MDD’s London office in 2008. He qualified as a Chartered Management Accountant in 2011 and is now a Senior Manager at the firm.

Chris has extensive experience in matters related to business interruption, extra expenses/increased costs, lost profits, stock & contents, physical damages, fraud and political risk. He has been engaged on assignments throughout Europe as well as claims originating in other areas of the world, with losses varying from a few hundred thousand pounds to those in excess of £100 million.

He has worked on numerous assignments in the catastrophe services area.  High profile cases include those relating to Hurricanes Ike and Gustav, the earthquake in Chile in 2010 and also claims arising from the Thai floods in 2011.

Chris also has litigation support experience and has assisted with writing expert reports for the courts.

He has handled numerous claims in the energy industry involving power generation, oil & gas and onshore & offshore energy. He also has retail, wholesale, manufacturing and telecommunications experience.

Fluent in Swedish, Chris graduated from Oxford Brookes University Business School with a BA Honours degree in Business Administration and Management with Accounting and Finance.

Katharina Wilson

Katharina joined MDD’s London office in 2009 and is now a Senior Manager at the firm.

Kat specialises in the quantification of damages relating to business interruption, extra expenses/increased costs, fraud, litigation, stock & contents and subrogation.

She has worked across a wide range of industries including power generation and distribution, transportation, chemical manufacturing and telecommunications. Kat gained valuable experience in the area of catastrophe services when she spent over a year in Thailand handling flood related claims with values of up to $200 million.

Kat has experience preparing expert witness reports and has presented on matters relating to power generation and business interruption principles.

Kat is fluent in German and Polish and is also proficient in French. She has a German Diploma in International Management from the University of Applied Sciences in Hof in Germany.

Eleanor Smith

Ellie joined MDD’s London office in 2010 as an Intern. She qualified as a Chartered Management Accountant in 2014 and is now a Senior Manager at the firm.

During her time at MDD, Ellie has developed advanced economic damage quantification skills which can be applied to a wide variety of cases. She has worked extensively on matters involving business interruption, extra expenses / increased costs, physical damages, litigation support, product liability & recall, fraud, fidelity and lost profits.

Her assignments to date have provided her with experience across a wide range of industries in the UK and globally. These industries include manufacturing, oil & gas, petrochemicals, power generation, retail, hospitality & tourism and utilities.

Ellie strives to understand and fulfil the needs of her clients and communicate her work product in a concise and easily consumable format. She regularly presents to clients on matters relating to loss of profit calculation principles among other industry relevant topics.

Ellie played a key role in a claims team short listed for The Major Loss Award at The British Insurance Awards.

Ellie graduated from The University of Sheffield with a BSc (Hons) in Economics.

Rachel Cai

Rachel joined MDD Forensic Accountants in 2008. She has worked for the firm in Singapore and Tokyo and is currently a Senior Manager at its Hong Kong office.

Rachel’s practice focuses on the quantification of economic damages related to business interruption, extra expenses/increased costs, fidelity claims, liability losses and stock losses. She has also been actively involved in catastrophes, especially the 2011 Thailand Floods, providing economic damage assessments.

Rachel’s professional experience spans a wide range of industries including automotive manufacturing, food and beverage, electronics manufacturing, semiconductor, steel, hotels and resorts, power generation, credit cards, insurance, and wholesale and retail industries.

Fluent in Mandarin, Rachel has presented seminars and workshops to industry professionals to help them understand the methodology to calculate business interruption and the problems associated when setting the sum insured. She has also assisted in the preparation of expert witness reports.

She earned her Bachelor of Arts from the National University of Singapore, majoring in Economics. Rachel is an Associate of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (ACMA).

Bhurima Tienwuttinun

Bhurima joined MDD Forensic Accountants’ Singapore office in 2012 as a Senior Accountant. She is now Director of the firm’s Bangkok office.

Bhurima’s forensic accounting expertise spans a wide range of practice areas including business interruptionstock & contentsfraud, concealment & misrepresentation, fidelity claimsbusiness valuations and extra expenses/increased costs. She also has experience in the catastrophe services area, providing economic damage assessments during natural disasters such as the 2011 Thailand Floods.

Bhurima has worked on forensic accounting assignments in the following industries: aluminium  trading, automotive, chemical and petrochemical, computer manufacturing, food manufacturing and trade, warehousing, pulp and paper, real estate development, agriculture, power generation, financial services and timber processing.

Fluent in Thai and English with a good knowledge of spoken and written Mandarin, Bhurima has presented seminars and workshops on business interruption. She has served as Honorary Treasurer for the Insurance Law Association Singapore (ILAS).

Bhurima received her Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Finance from Thammasat University in Bangkok. She also spent one year as an exchange student at Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkley.

Nattakarn Prasitsumrit

Nattakarn joined MDD Forensic Accountants’ Singapore office in 2013 as a Senior Accountant. She is now a Senior Manager at the firm’s Singapore office.

Fluent in Thai, English, Mandarin and Japanese, Nattakarn has proven forensic accounting experience in the areas of business interruption, lost profits, stock & contents, extra expenses/increased costs, power generation, oil & gas and fraud, concealment & representation. In addition, she regularly provides litigation accounting services to MDD clients; and has been active in catastrophe services, quantifying damages that occurred as a result of the 2011 Thailand Floods.

Nattakarn has been engaged on numerous assignments in the agricultural, automotive, manufacturing, power generation and distribution, mining & refining, hotels and resorts, oil & gas, and telecommunications sectors.

She has presented seminars to industry professionals on business interruption, issues in handling CAT claims, ICW and AICW, issues surrounding the BI sum insured, power generation losses and refinery & petrochemical losses.

Nattakarn received her Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Accounting (First Class Honors) from the Chulalongkorn Business School in Thailand. She also spent one semester at Japan’s Akita International University in the Global Business Faculty. Nattakarn is an Associate of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA), a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) and a Certified Valuation Analyst (CVA).

Lee Swain

Lee joined MDD Forensic Accountants’ London office in 1998. He is a Partner at the firm.

Lee has worked on numerous international assignments across a wide range of industries including oil & gas, petrochemical, power generation, mining, steel and aluminium.  He also has considerable experience working on projects that involve Britain’s national railway.

An economic damage quantification expert, his professional practice concentrates on business interruption, lost profits, property damage, subrogation and transportation matters. He also has significant experience in the area of catastrophe services, earned while working on engagements resulting from hurricanes Ike, Katrina, Gustav and Rita as well as the 2010 Chilean earthquake.

Lee has worked on claims of all sizes, from a few hundred thousand pounds to losses in excess of £500 million.

He has provided litigation support services to many of his clients.

Lee has presented numerous seminars on forensic accounting subjects that are related to the power generation, oil and petrochemical industries and he is a member of the LBIA and OPERA associations

Lee graduated from the University of Liverpool with a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) degree in Financial Economics.

Mark Mangan

Mark joined MDD Forensic Accountants’ London, England office in 2000. He is a Partner at the firm.

An expert in economic damage quantification, Mark focuses his practice on matters related to business interruption, lost profits, product liability & recall, fidelity claims and specialty risks such as event cancellations. Additionally, he has extensive experience in the catastrophe services area both in the UK and overseas. This includes assignments resulting from the 2007 UK floods, 2010 Chilean earthquake, 2011 Japanese earthquake, 2011 Thailand floods and 2015 Tianjin explosion. 

He has been engaged on assignments involving service, retail, wholesale and manufacturing businesses across a wide range of industries including hospitality, entertainment, consumer apparel and household goods, automotive, printing, telecommunications, petrochemicals, and aerospace.

Mark has worked on claims in the UK, Israel, Russia, South America, Africa, the Caribbean and throughout Europe. These claims have ranged in value from a few hundred thousand pounds to those in excess of £100 million.

He has been involved in various litigation services assignments concerning contractual disputes and product liability. In addition, he has provided written expert reports for the Courts on numerous occasions.

Mark has conducted seminars and presentations throughout the UK on a wide variety of forensic accounting topics.

He graduated from University of Huddersfield with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Management and Accounting.

Paul Isaac

Paul is a Partner with MDD Forensic Accountants’ in London, England.  He joined the London office in 1999, moving to Asia in 2004 to establish the firm’s Singapore office before returning to MDD London three years later.

Paul has extensive experience in litigation support services, providing witness testimony at the High Court and at international arbitration.  He is a member of the Academy of Experts (MAE) and Expert Witness Institute (MEWI) and has prepared numerous expert reports on a wide range of insurance-related matters and commercial disputes ranging from a few hundred thousand pounds to those in excess of £150 million.

Paul’s forensic accounting practice focuses on product liability & recall, business valuation, fidelity, lost profits, increased costs of working and stock & contents matters.  He has dealt with retail and manufacturing losses encompassing a wide range of industries including automotive, chemicals, biofuels, publishing, hotels, luxury goods, pulp and paper, glass manufacture and metals.

Paul has significant experience in the catastrophe service areas including the 2004 Tsunami, 2007 UK floods, 2011 Thai floods, 2011 Japanese earthquake, 2015 Tianjin explosion and the 2017 Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria.

Paul has conducted seminars and training sessions in a number of countries on various technical forensic accounting topics.  Paul is a former President of the London Business Interruption Association, responsible for educating the UK market in all things BI.  He is also a French-speaker and oversees the firms office and growing forensic accounting practice in France.

He graduated from Kingston University in England with a Masters degree in Accounting and Finance and Aston University with a Bachelor of Science degree in International Business and Modern Languages (French).

Andreea Ilie

Andreea began her career with MDD’s London office almost 15 years ago. She moved to Singapore in 2007 to help the continued growth of MDD’s first Asia-Pacific location and is now a Partner at the firm.

She has significant experience evaluating the impact of catastrophes throughout the world, and most notably, is known for her in-depth knowledge of the claims process in Southeast Asia.

Fluent in French and Romanian, Andreea assists her clients by quantifying damages related to business interruption, contingent business interruption, extra expenses, stock losses, fraud investigation, and many other practice areas, with a particular interest in the Energy sector.

Andreea concentrates on quantifying economic damages for matters related to business interruption and stock & contents. Additionally, she has significant catastrophe services experience gained while evaluating the impact of Hurricane Ivan, the Christchurch earthquakes and the Thailand floods.

Andreea has provided litigation support services and has assisted in the preparation of expert witness reports.

She has presented seminars and training sessions to organizations such as the Malaysian Insurance Institute and Singapore Insurance Institute .

Andreea has a Master of Business Administration degree and is a member of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants.

Markus Heiss

Markus joined MDD Forensic Accountants in 1993. He has been a Partner at the firm’s London, England office since 2002.

Markus has provided economic damage quantification assessments for over 1,000 files in more than 30 countries throughout Europe, the Middle East, Far East, Africa, Australasia and North and South America. His professional practice specializes in matters related to business interruption, lost profits, loss of income, stock and property damage losses, construction defects & claims, fidelity and fraud, often as a result of physical damages, machinery breakdown, natural disasters or contractual and legal disputes. 

He has been engaged on assignments involving retail, wholesale and manufacturing businesses across a wide range of industries including automotive, consumer goods packaging, telecommunications, mining & refiningpower generation, chemicals, petrochemicals, onshore and offshore energy, publishing, pulp and paper and steel.

Fluent in English, Spanish and German (mother tongue), Markus has provided expert witness testimony both in the UK and Europe.

He has conducted seminars and workshops in the UK, Europe and Dubai.

Markus graduated from Munich University as a ‘Diplom-Kaufmann’ in Business, Accounting, Tax and Law.