Richard joined MDD Forensic Accountants’ London office in 2022. He is a Manager at the firm and he splits his time working for clients in London and clients in the rest of the UK, covering cities such as Leeds, Manchester, Liverpool, York, Sheffield, Newcastle and Glasgow.
He specialises in economic damage calculation matters such as business interruption, personal injury, commercial (contract disputes), fraud and investigations, and has industry experience across various sectors such as hospitality, retail, government services, healthcare and transportation.
Richard has catastrophe services experience, having worked on losses arising from COVID-19.
Richard has also gained experience working on a range of litigation and expert witness matters and has provided written expert reports for the Courts on numerous occasions.
Richard has conducted seminars and presentations throughout the UK on a wide variety of forensic accounting topics.
Prior to MDD, Richard worked for another forensic accounting firm for 14 years. In this role, he gained experience across many different industries and managed a team involved with assisting insurance and solicitor clients.
Eddy is a Regional Managing Director and Head of Disputes and Litigation in Asia. He specialises in the areas of business valuation, economic loss quantification, cost verification, minority shareholder disputes and solving complex accounting issues.
Eddy provides expert financial advice in cases of litigation and international arbitration. He has been appointed both as a valuation and an accounting expert on numerous occasions and has given oral testimony.
Eddy is a Fellow of The Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales who, during his 19-year career, has advised on a diverse array of issues including identification and quantification of lost profits, the valuation of businesses and financial assets including shareholdings, intellectual property, and of wasted costs.
Eddy has prepared reports for submission to the Singapore High Court, Singapore International Commercial Court, the High Court of Malaysia, the High Court of England & Wales, the UK First Tier Tax Tribunal, the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands and arbitral tribunals under ICC, SIAC and UNCITRAL rules.
Eddy has been identified by Who’s Who Legal as a “Future Leader” in its listings of the leading expert witnesses active in international arbitration.
Eddy has also advised clients on regulatory matters, market assessments, and brand valuations and is regularly invited to speak at conferences and deliver training on a variety of economic damage quantification and other financial topics around the region.