Roman joined MDD Forensic Accountants’ Calgary office in 2015 as a Staff Accountant. He is currently a Manager at the firm’s Calgary office.
Roman’s practice area expertise includes business interruption, energy, extra expenses, litigation, lost profits, mining & refining, oil & gas and power generation. He has also been active in the catastrophe services area, quantifying economic damages that occurred as a result of the 2016 Fort McMurray wildfires.
Roman has handled assignments across a wide range of industries including commercial rental properties, food manufacturing, forest products industries, hospital & health care facilities, hotels & resorts, manufacturing, medical & dental practices, oil & gas, transmission & distribution and retail & wholesale.
He is fluent in English, Ukrainian and Russian and proficient in Danish and French and is a graduate of Aarhus University with a Master of Science, Finance and International Business and Kyiv National Economic University with a Bachelor of International Economics.
HJ has been at MDD Forensic Accountants since 1999. He spent six years at the firm’s New York City office, followed by two years in London, England before moving to Canada. HJ is a Senior Consultant at MDD and manages the firm’s Hamilton, Ontario office.
His practice concentrates on business interruption, extra expenses, stock & contents, products liability & recall, fidelity claims and personal injury & wrongful death. HJ has significant experience in the catastrophe services area. He has handled files related to both man-made and natural disasters including assignments connected to 9/11 and Hurricanes Floyd, Katrina, and Rita.
HJ has worked on projects throughout the U.S. and Canada as well as in Europe. His expertise encompasses a wide range of industries including retail and wholesale, power generation, mining, commercial rental properties, pulp and paper, chemical manufacturing, hotels and resorts, offshore oil and gas, construction and steel manufacturing and processing.
HJ has conducted numerous seminars and workshops on a variety of forensic accounting topics.
He obtained his Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Wagner College in Staten Island, New York.